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4 Tips for Veterans Going Back to School It’s never too late to go back to school, especially if you’re a veteran who devoted years of...

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A message from the National Apartment Association: "Last night, President Biden asked the CDC to extend its 2020 eviction order through March...

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The 2021 interest rate for rental security deposits is 1.5%. You can view Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development's Rental Security...

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In this edition of The Advocate: Congratulations to the 2020-21 MMHA Ececutive Committee & Board of Directors Winter of COVID is coming, are...

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Congratulations to the 2020-21 MMHA Executive Committee and Board of Directors Jamie Lubliner, President Sean Organ, Vice President Steve...

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On Wednesday prior to Thanksgiving, the Maryland Judiciary announced a return to Phase II of its reopening plan to respond to the surge in COVID-19...

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This morning, the Baltimore County Executive’s Office has opted to withdraw Council Bill 108-20, establishing a multi-family registration and...

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Earlier this year, Attorney General Frosh assembled an “Access to Justice Task Force” to‚Äč develop strategies and solutions addressing...

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On Friday, Chief Judge John Morrissey issued an order. Effective today, November 16th and through December 31, 2020, the District Court will only...

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Late yesterday afternoon, Governor Larry Hogan issued an Executive Order which, amongst other items, requires tenants to demonstrate to a court a...

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Last night the Baltimore County Council passed Council Bill 95-20. Read the redlined version of the bill here. When does this bill apply? Council...

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Last night, the Annapolis City Council approved an ordinance (O-26-20) that prohibits rent increases during a local state of emergency and for 30...

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