Realtor & Title Company Resources
This page is intended for
use by realtors, title companies, and prospective property owners seeking
Contacting RLI / Realtor Request Form: If you have an urgent need for information about a specific property (dues outstanding, lake access rights, lien status or settlement) you are more likely to reach us quickly by email than by phone. Please email us HERE or you may try the phone numbers provided below. We will get back to you as soon as we can.
Runyan Lake Inc. (RLI) has jurisdiction over the lands abutting Runyan Lake, and also other properties around Runyan Lake by virtue of being a Summer Resort Corporation. RLI was issued a corporation charter by the state of Michigan on November 10, 1950, and is authorized and empowered by Michigan Public Act 137 of 1929, and Michigan Public Act 44 of 2006. A complete description of the territory under RLI's jurisdiction can be found in the recitals of the RLI Bylaws. A MAP of the territory can be accessed below.
Association Basics: RLI has jurisdiction over the lands within its territory, but limits that jurisdiction to matters which directly affect Runyan Lake. RLI is not involved with architectural standards, neighborhood developmental standards, roads, or utilities. Tyrone Township zoning regulations govern property developmental standards. The Livingston County Road Commission (LCRC) owns and maintains the road systems, except where private roads are established. RLI manages lake access, lake water quality, lake use safety, aquatic weed control, association sponsored social events such as the 4th of July fireworks and Music Night on the Island, and owns and maintains the boat ramp and island properties.
There are also three neighborhood associations within the RLI territory: The Runyan Lake Heights Association, Inc. (RLHAI), the Runyan Lake Point Property Owners Association, Inc. (RLPPOA), and the Runyan Lake East Condominium Association. More information about these associations can be found HERE.
Dues for Runyan Lake Inc. are established by vote of the Membership during the Fall General Meeting, and invoiced in January of each year to each property within the RLI territory having a unique property tax id. RLI does not prorate dues. Unpaid dues will result in a lien being placed on the property. The corporation's fiscal year is January 1 - December 31.
Dues for the three neighborhood associations vary. Realtors and Title Companies will also need to contact those associations to request dues and lien status.
Additional Information and Resources
Bylaws: Please see the following page: RLI Bylaws.
Contact Information: Please see our Contact Us page.
General Runyan Lake Information: Please see the following page: About Us!
Lake Access Rights and Privileges: Please see the following page: Lake Access.
Neighborhood Associations: Properties located on Runyan Lake Point, Spring Street, within Runyan Lake Heights, and within Runyan Lake East also belong to neighborhood homeowner's associations. Please see the following page for more information: Other Associations.
New Owners: It is greatly appreciated if new owners contact RLI directly to ensure their property records are updated, so we can ensure they have a current copy of the RLI Bylaws, and so we can answer any questions they might have. New owners can contact RLI HERE, or you may contact one of the RLI trustees directly HERE.
RLI Territory: Please see the following map for area and territory delineations: Map.
Runyan Lake Inc.
PO Box 105
Fenton, MI 48430-0105, USA
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