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Appellate court upholds contempt ruling against HarborView homeowners association (access required)

A state appeals court has upheld a judge’s ruling that the HarborView Towers’ homeowners’ association was in contempt for failing to make repairs to prevent water damage to a tenant’s unit within the two-year time frame agreed upon during arbitration. ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 7/20/12

J. Crew and Anthropologie stores to open in Harbor East Two national retailers, J. Crew and Anthropologie, will open stores next week in the Harbor East neighborhood, it was announced this week. J. Crew, a retailer of apparel for young ...

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Week in review: 4/12/12 (access required)

This too shall pass There was much unfinished business on the last day of the General Assembly, but Gov. Martin O’Malley still held the traditional bill signing ceremony Tuesday for the legislation that did actually pass. It was a tense moment ...

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Harborview wins lawsuit over mold (access required)

A judge has thrown out a $5 million mold lawsuit filed by a unit owner at Harborview Condominiums against the owners’ association and the property management company. Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Lawrence Fletcher-Hill granted summary judgment to the association ...

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Top 5: ‘It was a case that should never have gone to trial’ (access required)

After insisting that he was a victim of police retaliation, West Baltimore boxer Deon Johnson had his attempted murder case dropped this week on the morning of the trial. That story and more in this week’s legal affairs top 5. ...

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State growth panel may support TIF use (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — New recommendations for the use of tax increment financing may be forthcoming as a state growth commission studies funding priorities for development, the commission chairman said Thursday. Jon Laria, an attorney with Ballard Spahr and head of the ...

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