Advocacy Campaigns, Legal, and Legislative Issues

National Eviction Moratorium: UPDATED

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a national eviction moratorium order on Tuesday, September 1, 2020, that was published in the Federal Register on Friday, September 4, 2020. The purpose of the order is to stop the spread of COVID-19 by keeping people in their homes. From the CDC: In the context Read more about National Eviction Moratorium: UPDATED[…]

Advocacy Campaigns, Legal, and Legislative Issues

Baltimore City Rental Property Inspection, Licensing, and Registration Law

Non owner-occupied properties in Baltimore City are required to be registered with the City. Additionally, non owner-occupied rental properties also have to be inspected and licensed, in addition to the registration requirement. This law went into effect in 2018, and applies to single-family homes as well as multifamily properties (apartments), rental condos, etc. A landlord Read more about Baltimore City Rental Property Inspection, Licensing, and Registration Law[…]

Advocacy Campaigns, Legal, and Legislative Issues

Maryland Eviction Moratorium Updates

From the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development: The Maryland Judiciary has released an administrative order outlining the reopening of the judicial branch of the Maryland government in five phases. (Link opens a PDF) While the courts intend to use this as their plan to reopen, they recognize that dates may change depending on Read more about Maryland Eviction Moratorium Updates[…]

Questions and Answers for Maryland Landlords and Tenants

Maryland Eviction Information

Information courtesy the Public Justice Center: As of March 16, 2020, all evictions in Baltimore City have been postponed through March 27, 2020. Any eviction scheduled between now and Friday, March 27 will be rescheduled for some time on or after Monday, March 30. You may not receive notice of the rescheduled eviction date. Evictions Read more about Maryland Eviction Information[…]