Maryland Landlord-Tenant Law: Practice and Procedure
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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.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Historical Perspective
Chapter 2 Common Law Considerations
Chapter 3 Statutory Considerations
Chapter 4 The Lease and Drafting
Chapter 5 Duties to Repair and Liability for Defects and Other Conditions
Chapter 6 Third Parties and Co-Tenants
Chapter 7 Farm Tenancies
Chapter 8 Creation and Termination of Leasehold Interests
Chapter 9 Actions for Rent, Possession and Other Actions
Chapter 10 Landlord-Tenant Law at the County and Municipal Level
Chapter 11 Environmental Considerations
Chapter 12 Basic Issues in Tenant Bankruptcies
Chapter 13 Fair Housing Issues
Chapter 14 The Americans with Disabilities Act
Chapter 15 Subsidized Housing - Landlord & Tenant Rights and Obligations Under State and Federal Law
Appendix of Forms
• Failure to Pay Rent - Landlord's Complaint for Repossession of Property Under Real Property § 8-401
• Complaint and Summons Against Tenant an Breach of Lease (Real Property § 8-402.1)
• Complaint and Summons Against Tenant Holding Over (Real Property § 8-402)
• Complaint/Wrongful Detainer or Grantor in Possession Under Real Property § 8-402 or § 14-109
• Petition - For Warrant of Restitution
• Civil Complaint
• Motion for Order to Follow Goods Under Distress
• Petition in Action of Rent Escrow for Injunction
• Notices to Quit
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes