Can I Sue for Unpaid Rent After Evicting a Tenant?
Maryland law often seems like it’s on the tenant’s side more often than the landlord’s. This can suggest that there have been or perhaps still are terrible property owners and property managers. Otherwise, why would there be so many specific regulations on the books to protect renters from unsafe living conditions, unreasonably high rent… Read More »
Livestock Liens in Maryland
If you are like most horse owners in the state, you probably use the services of a stable to board your horse and to ensure that he or she receives proper care. If so, it’s important to understand Maryland statutes that pertain to liens on horses. What is a Lien? A lien is the… Read More »
Can I Appeal My Maryland Property Tax Bill?
Property taxes can be a significant personal and business expense. When the county tax appraiser’s office tells you that your property is worth a certain amount, you might think that you have no choice but to pay their bill or suffer the consequences. The reality is a bit different in Maryland, where you do… Read More »
Liability Waivers and Contracts in the Horse Industry
Working with horses is an extraordinary opportunity and experience and Maryland certainly has some of the most beautiful horse country. However, anyone who has owned a horse, or is in the horse boarding, training, or breeding industry knows that working with a horses can change your life, and with that change comes many legal… Read More »