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Maryland high court rules landlord licensure irrelevant in holdover tenant cases

Landlords need not be licensed to seek repossession of their property from tenants continuing to reside month to month on expired leases by giving them the statutory 60-day notice to leave, a divided Maryland high court ruled Monday in a ...

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Md. Senate food truck reciprocal licensing bill causes food fight

ANNAPOLIS — Food truck operators across the state could pay less in licensing fees under a bill being considered in the General Assembly. But concerns expressed by brick-and-mortar restaurateurs over potentially high costs for them and fewer health inspections for ...

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MARYAM REZAIE v. MARYLAND REAL ESTATE COMMISSION, et al.

Months after the petition for judicial review was filed, appellant sought a remand to the Md. Real Estate Commission so it could consider newly discovered evidence. 1) Did the trial judge abuse his discretion by refusing to consider the new evidence? 2) Did the judge err when he affirmed the Commission's decision?

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Bay Foundation to intervene in dam relicensing

ANNAPOLIS — The Chesapeake Bay Foundation has filed to intervene in the relicensing of the hydropower facility at the Conowingo Dam. The foundation said Tuesday that it will urge a solution to the effects the dam has on water quality ...

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Frosh claims victory over NRA

Sen. Brian E. Frosh says the National Rifle Association's decision to fight Maryland's yet-to-be-signed gun control law in court rather than at the polls shows the pro-gun organization knows state voters would uphold the law.

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