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Condominium Documentation

O'Reilly Rancilio's Michigan real estate attorneys have extensive experience with condominium law and represent developers with condominium projects, as well as municipalities that require assistance in reviewing condominium documents. We review and prepare condominium documentation related to the formation of commercial and residential condominium projects, including, but not limited to, the master deed, condominium bylaws, escrow agreements, disclosure statements, and condominium association documents.

Such condominium projects include residential site condominiums for single family homes, condominiums for multi-unit residential buildings such as duplexes and other multi-unit buildings, condominiums for industrial complexes, and mixed use condominium projects. O'Reilly Rancilio also assists in qualifying residential condominium projects as an FHA approved project. We also review condominium documents for municipalities to verify that the projects will comply with all standards and ordinances of such municipalities, including, but not limited to, maintenance of storm water systems, governmental access for emergency purposes, and maintenance of landscaping.



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