OK, here is the law about the municipality abatement of an alleged nuisance
Abatement of Nuisance
MCL(NNN) NNN-NNNNprovides that all claims based on, or to
abate, nuisance may be brought in the circuit court. The
statutory provision recognizes the traditional power and
jurisdiction of circuit courts to grant injunctions to stay and
prevent nuisances. Michigan Court Rules 3.310 (Injunctions)
and 3.601 (Public Nuisances) should also be consulted.
If a violation of a nuisance is classifi ed as a municipal civil
infraction, certain powers are granted to district courts
under the Revised Judicature Act, chapter 87. MCL
600.8727 provides that the district judge or magistrate may
issue a writ or order under MCL(NNN) NNN-NNNN MCL(NNN) NNN-NNNNbr/>grants equitable jurisdiction and authority to district courts in
an action under chapter 87 (Municipal Civil Infractions). The
section specifically states that the grant of equitable jurisdiction does not affect the jurisdiction of the circuit court to
1) hear and decide nuisance claims under MCL(NNN) NNN-NNNNbr/>or 2) hear and decide actions challenging the validity or
application of an ordinance and enjoining an individual from
enforcing the ordinance in district court or municipal court
pending the outcome in circuit court.
Condemnation by the municipality is a procedure available,
generally, “if all else fails.” In short, it is the intentional acquisition
of private property by a public entity.
Now if they get it condemned do they have to give me notice so I may get a place and move out. Or do they have the right to just lock put a tag on the door that no one may enter and the stuff I've got inside the house is lost.
They will give you notice to vacate and remove your property. They only have to give you days to vacate and remove your property.
So, if you have notice of the next hearing you have to be ready to argue against the condemnation OR basically be out of the property or you have days before the sheriff will phyically remove you and your property to the street.
Regretfully, they will only give you days to be out once the condemnation decision is made.
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