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Tag Archives: landlord-tenant dispute

Maryland lawyers anticipate eviction surge but uncertainties remain

Attorneys who represent tenants across Maryland are bracing for a surge of evictions in the coming weeks, saying it’s unclear whether rental assistance programs or the lingering slowdown in the state’s courts will  stave off many of those proceedings. In ...

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Study finds errors, due process violations in rent courts statewide

Judges presiding over rent court cases throughout Maryland are failing to properly apply state law and ensure landlords’ compliance, according to a new study conducted by Maryland Legal Aid. The nonprofit organization looked at a random sample of failure-to-pay-rent cases ...

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Md. appellate panel tosses millions awarded in landlord-tenant dispute

A Maryland appellate panel has thrown out most of the $8 million in compensatory and punitive damages awarded to the former owner of a Rockville office building from a tenant who allegedly twice forced the landlord into foreclosure because of ...

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