Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order No. 2020-85 generally prohibits the eviction of residential tenants before June 11, 2020, which will likely be extended.
But what about commercial premises and leases? Here are the three things you should keep in mind whether you are a commercial landlord or tenant:
The pandemic negatively affected a lot of people. Whether you are a landlord seeking to collect back rent, or a tenant struggling to make ends meet, the attorneys at Dalton & Tomich can help.
This information should not be used to take action without further legal advice.
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