By Jonathon J. Andersh, Miller Johnson
Mark N. Greidanus, Miller Johnson
In Thiel v. Goyings, (Mich No. 156708, July 24, 2019), the Michigan Supreme Court sought to define the phrase “modular home” as used in a residential restrictive covenant. The defendants, the Goyingses, constructed a new home in a lakefront subdivision. The lots within the subdivision were subject to the following restriction:
All residences shall be stick built on site and no geodesic dome, berm house, pre-fabricated or modular home, mobile home, shack or barn will be erected on any of the Parcels unless provided for herein.
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