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MDHB174PassEstablishing that information regarding the status of a rental property as an affected property under certain lead-based paint abatement laws may be an issue of fact at trial.
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2022-05-29
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 729
MDHB521PassAuthorizing certain individuals to petition a court to remove from public inspection certain records relating to an action for repossession of residential property for failure to pay rent; establishing certain procedures and requirements for the cons...
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2022-05-29
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 722
MDSB592PassProviding that, in an action of summary ejectment for failure to pay rent where a landlord or park owner is awarded a judgment giving restitution of the leased premises, a tenant or resident who has the right to redemption of the leased premises by t...
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2022-05-29
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 672
MDHB824PassRequiring the Judiciary to collect certain data pertaining to a warrant of restitution or a writ of possession issued in accordance with a certain judgment for possession of residential property; requiring the Judiciary to share complete eviction dat...
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2022-05-29
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 685
MDHB932PassProviding that, in an action of summary ejectment for failure to pay rent where a landlord or park owner is awarded a judgment giving restitution of the leased premises, a tenant or resident who has the right to redemption of the leased premises by t...
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2022-05-29
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 671
MDHB349VetoProhibiting the court from ordering the appearance of an individual for an examination in aid of enforcement or ordering an individual to answer interrogatories in aid of execution.
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2022-05-27
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
MDSB384VetoProviding for the stay of certain eviction proceedings when a tenant is waiting for a determination regarding the tenant's good faith application for rental assistance.
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2022-05-27
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
MDSB452VetoProhibiting the court from ordering the appearance of an individual for an examination in aid of enforcement or ordering an individual to answer interrogatories in aid of execution.
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2022-05-27
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
MDSB563VetoRequiring a landlord to submit to the clerk of the court evidence of compliance with certain local rental property licensure requirements and demonstrate that the landlord is compliant with the licensure requirements; etc.
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2022-05-27
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
MDSB217Engross

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Prohibiting a person from requiring a borrower to pay a fee for a payment made by or on behalf of the borrow in a certain form including an electronic funds transfer through an Automated Clearing House; and authorizing a person to require a borrower ...
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2022-04-11
House Refuses Recede
MDSB265Intro

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Authorizing a court to stay the entering of judgment, defer further proceedings, and place a certain defendant on probation subject to reasonable conditions if the court finds facts justifying a finding of guilt; authorizing the court and a certain d...
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2022-04-11
Motion Laid Over (Senator Ready) Adopted
MDHB559Engross

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Authorizing a court to stay the entering of judgment, defer further proceedings, and place a certain defendant on probation subject to reasonable conditions if the court finds facts justifying a finding of guilt; authorizing the court and a certain d...
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2022-04-11
Motion Special Order until Next Session (Senator Ready) Adopted
MDHB650Engross

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Specifying that 25% of the net recovery by the debtor on a claim for workers' compensation is subject to execution on a judgment for a child support arrearage.
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2022-04-11
Second Reading Passed
MDHB703Engross

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Requiring a landlord to submit to the clerk of the court evidence of compliance with certain local rental property licensure requirements and demonstrate that the landlord is compliant with the licensure requirements.
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2022-04-09
To Senate Rules Committee
MDSB279PassAltering the Access to Counsel in Evictions Special Fund to include money received by the Division of Consumer Protection in the Office of the Attorney General from a final settlement, an agreement, or a judgment relating to an investigation or enfor...
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2022-04-09
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(b) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 21
MDSB629Engross

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Requiring the Judiciary to collect certain data pertaining to a warrant of restitution or a writ of possession issued in accordance with a certain judgment for possession of residential property; requiring the Judiciary to share eviction data with th...
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2022-04-08
To House Rules and Executive Nominations Committee
MDHB674Engross

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Providing for the stay of certain eviction proceedings when a tenant is waiting for a determination on a good faith application for rental assistance.
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2022-04-04
To Senate Rules Committee
MDHB323Engross

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Prohibiting a landlord from using a lease or form of lease that contains a provision that limits a tenant's ability to summon, or penalizes a tenant or another individual solely for summoning, the assistance of law enforcement or emergency services; ...
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2022-03-23
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDHB322Engross

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Exempting up to $500 in certain accounts of a judgment debtor from execution on the judgment without an election by the debtor to exempt the money; establishing a $6,000 limit on the cumulative value of property and cash that may be exempted; requiri...
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2022-03-15
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDHB111Engross

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Prohibiting private education lenders and private education loan collectors from initiating a certain action unless the private education lenders or private education loan collectors possess certain documents; requiring a private education lender or ...
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2022-03-11
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB967Intro

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Authorizing a court, under certain circumstances, to strike the final judgment in a tax sale action foreclosing the right of redemption in a property and grant the governing body of a county or a municipal corporation the right to pay the balance of ...
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2022-03-10
To Senate Budget and Taxation Committee
MDSB980Intro

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Prohibiting certain persons from bidding on property at a tax sale; requiring the collector of taxes to declare a certificate of sale void and issue a new certificate of sale to the governing body of a county or municipal corporation if the certifica...
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2022-02-18
To Senate Rules Committee
MDHB1360Intro

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Providing for the circumstances under and the manner in which a person may provide an abortion-inducing drug to a pregnant woman; establishing reporting requirements related to the use of abortion-inducing drugs in the State; requiring the Maryland D...
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2022-02-17
To House Health and Government Operations Committee
MDHB72Intro

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Altering certain provisions related to the payment of wages, including the application, penalty, and enforcement provisions of the Maryland Wage and Hour Law and the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law, the provision of information related to th...
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2022-02-14
Withdrawn by Sponsor
MDHB1012Intro

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Specifying that a police officer who subjects or causes to be subjected any individual to the deprivation of certain rights under the Maryland Constitution or the U.S. Constitution is liable for certain damages; establishing that a police officer is ...
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2022-02-14
To House Judiciary Committee
MDSB939Intro

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Authorizing a tax sale for real property for certain unpaid judgments for property maintenance and nuisance condition violations of local law; establishing that certain judgments are a first lien on real property; establishing the priority of certain...
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2022-02-13
To Senate Rules Committee
MDSB732Intro

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Prohibiting private education lenders and private education loan collectors from initiating a certain action unless the private education lenders or private education loan collectors possess certain documents; requiring a private education lender or ...
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2022-02-09
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB78Intro

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Altering certain provisions related to the payment of wages, including the application, penalty, and enforcement provisions of the Maryland Wage and Hour Law and the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law, the provision of information related to th...
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2022-01-24
Withdrawn by Sponsor
MDSB347Intro

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Authorizing a landlord in Anne Arundel County to repossess property in a certain manner for the failure of a tenant to pay rent under certain circumstances and subject to certain requirements; establishing certain procedures and requirements for the ...
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2022-01-24
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDHB271Intro

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Requiring the clerk of the court to include the name of the judge or magistrate who presided over a hearing or took judicial action as part of case information in the case management system of the court; requiring a clerk of the District Court to inc...
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2022-01-14
To House Judiciary Committee
MDSB156Intro

Sine Die
Altering and expanding the scope of civil actions for certain specialties that shall be filed within a specified statute of limitations period.
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2022-01-10
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
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