Maryland Landlord-Tenant Law: Practice and Procedure is an ideal reference source for handling all aspects of the landlord-tenant relationship including in-depth practical analysis of its intricacies as well as a historical perspective on the development of Maryland landlord-tenant law. This new Fourth Edition of Maryland Landlord-Tenant Law: Practice and Procedure is updated with the latest statutory, regulatory, and case law developments. Comprehensive discussions cover a broad range of topics including lease drafting, court actions, environmental law issues involving landlords and tenants, bankruptcies, fair housing issues, the Americans with Disabilities Act, subsidized housing rights and obligations, County Codes (such as Baltimore County and Montgomery County), and Municipal Codes (such as Baltimore City and Rockville). The new edition also features an Appendix of Forms containing current court forms.Ltd. Pa#39;ship, 375 Md. 522, 826 A.2d 443 (2003). 37 Cramer v. Balcor Property Mgmt., Inc., 312 SC. 440, 441 S.E.2d 317 (1994). 38 Cramer v. ... Here, the court noted that when a defective porch is discovered by the tenant, he has the option of making the repairs ... Pleasant, 253 Md. 40, 251 A.2d 858 (1969), where the defect made it impossible to use the premises without risk of bodily ... Egge, 207 Md. 1, 113 A.2d 95 (1955) (Henderson, J .). ... the landlord to keep the premises in repair.
|Title||:||Maryland Landlord-Tenant: Practice and Procedure|
|Author||:||Douglas M. Bregman|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2014-11-05|