Posts Tagged ‘Real Estate Law’

Environmentalist Victory Short Lived?

Environmentalist Victory Short Lived?

At the very end of the 2010 term of the lame duck Democratic majority, the Michigan Supreme Court issued its 4-3 decision in Anglers of the AuSable v DEQ and provided a significant victory for Michigan environmentalists. The decision has…

A Warning to Landlords

A Warning to Landlords

If landlords weren’t already convinced about the dangers of self-help, the recently released case of Christie v Fick, (Mich Ct. App. docket # 285924, released March 2, 2010) should make the point very clear. In that case, the plaintiffs were…

The Burden of Proof in Adverse Possession

The Burden of Proof in Adverse Possession

The burden of proof in an adverse possession case is “clear and cogent.” There is a terrific legal citation to quote regarding this heightened burden when defending adverse possession claims. Take a look at footnote 2 from the case of…