First and foremost—what does breaking a lease mean? Basically, breaking a lease is when a tenant stops paying rent and moves out before the lease ends. Breaking a lease before it expires is often a serious violation of the Maryland lease agreement.  As a landlord, you’ll have various options to consider when a tenant breaks…

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maryland security deposit law

A security deposit is meant to insure a landlord against a myriad of liabilities. These include the nonpayment of rent, negligent property damage and other breaches of the Maryland lease agreement.  In Maryland, just like in other states, you have a right to collect a security deposit from your tenants. In doing so, however, there…

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Maryland Landlord-Tenant Law

*Notice – The information provided in this article does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only. Owning a rental property in Maryland can be a lucrative investment decision. Besides helping diversify your portfolio, you also set yourself…

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