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Michigan statutory law surrounding landlord-tenant relations on this point is sparse, and instead the state relies on the common law question of the tenant's right of "quiet enjoyment" of the premises and specifically protection against unreasonable entry by a landlord. (Your municipality may have laws, so you could fill in that information). So the judge / ...


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Just think of the subtenant cum owner as two separate people with two separate roles. Tenant = T Subtenant = ST Old owner = OO New Owner = NO The rights of the tenant vis-avis the new owner will be informed by the lease and the local laws. Generally, if the sale happens in the middle of the existing lease, the NO is obligated by the terms, as is the T. NO ...


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§201 says that "A landlord shall disclose to a tenant...the name and either a street or post office box address of the holder of record title, according to the deed records in the county clerks office, of the dwelling rented by the tenant"; §01 defines "Landlord" as "the owner, lessor, or sublessor of a dwelling, but does not include a manager or agent of ...


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