in the Michigan Court of Appeals (unpublished civil), Opinion Digests
May 31, 2022
When the defendants obtained a summary judgment in a lake access dispute under a restrictive covenant created in 1922, that judgment must stand because the lower court did not err in finding that the settlors intended to permit the defendants to engage in non-water related activities. beyond mere access and giving them riparian rights, including the ability to moor boats at docks overnight.
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