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Testimony favors change in protective-order standard

The O’Malley administration urged legislators Tuesday to ease Maryland’s uniquely onerous statutory requirement that domestic-violence victims prove the likelihood of future attacks by clear and convincing evidence to secure a protective order against their abusers.

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Edward J. Levin: What is an SNDA and who needs one?

One of the closing documents in a real estate financing transaction involving leased property is a subordination, non-disturbance, and attornment agreement (an “SNDA”). SNDAs have a number of purposes. They serve to connect the lender with the tenant, and they provide other uses as well.

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