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Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act

Gmoser's Septic Service, LLC v. Charter Township of East Bay

A Michigan appellate court held that Michigan's Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act does not preempt a local ordinance requiring all septic tank waste collected from within a township to be taken to a specific treatment...

Department of Environmental Quality v. Worth Township

The Michigan Supreme Court held that under the state's Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act (NREPA), a municipality can be held responsible for, and required to prevent, a discharge of raw sewage that originates within...

Taylor Land Group, LLC v. BP Products North America, Inc.

A Michigan appellate court reversed the dismissal of a property owner's trespass claim against a prior owner of the...

Abnet v. Coca-Cola Co.

A district court granted in part a bottling company's motion to dismiss individuals' tort and state law claims against it for...

Department of Envtl. Quality v. Waterous Co.

A Michigan appellate court affirmed a lower court judgment ordering a company to investigate and, if necessary, to clean up contamination at a former foundry operation. The company argued that the trial court erred in holding it liable...

Andrews v. Holly Township

The court holds that it must abstain from hearing a case brought by property owners who claimed that a county ordinance making the lake on which their property sits a "no wake" lake is invalid under the Michigan Natural Resources and...