Updates to websites of the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation will help business owners catch up on missed filings and bring their businesses into good standing.Read More »
Recent Maryland legislation will change the law affecting indemnity mortgages and indemnity deeds of trust (“IDOTs”) as well as refinancings in this state generally. Effective July 1, the new law raises the size of loan transactions involving IDOTs which are taxable when they are recorded from $1 million to $3 million, and it changes the way refinancings in Maryland are taxed.Read More »
When Del. Herbert H. McMillan began drafting legislation to end a long-standing tax credit on the purchase of coal, the Anne Arundel County Republican was met by a troubling impediment.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — History will remember the 2012 Maryland General Assembly session as the year the state permitted same-sex couples to legally marry, a controversial law that will likely have to survive a referendum in November if it is to go ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — With key parts of its prior effort at ground-rent reform declared unconstitutional last fall, a Maryland Senate committee on Tuesday considered legislation that would penalize those who fail to register their property in ways that might pass muster ...
Tagged with: Attorney General Brian E. Frosh General Assembly greater baltimore board of realtors ground-rent landlords legislation maryland court of appeals maryland senate Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee State Department of Assessments and TaxationRead More »
Arundel Village Plaza, a strip mall in Brooklyn Park along Ritchie Highway, is scheduled to be sold at a foreclosure auction next week at the Anne Arundel County courthouse. The auction is scheduled for July 13 at 2 p.m. The ...Read More »
Maryland counties unexpectedly awash with extra cash in May will see their finances come back down to earth this month as the state fixes a flubbed formula used to disburse income tax revenue to local jurisdictions. The mistake in the ...Read More »