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Document Last Modified: 5/5/2017
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In lease sections that require you to apply Maryland Landlord Tenant law in a specific manner, you will see green, Maryland Assist text boxes that contain important information to guide you. In addition, this document also meets lease requirements for the city of Baltimore. This lease form also includes many optional sections that may be customized to address situations at individual rental properties.
MARYLAND LEASE FEATURES
Lease language that meets Maryland Landlord Tenant law
Clauses you may customize
Guidance with Maryland Assist
Options to individualize rules and regulations
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LEASE PACKAGE DOCUMENTS
Among dozens of addenda, disclosures and information documents that may be attached to the Maryland lease, we offer these:
RULES AND REGULATIONS
These are examples of the numerous rules and regulations that may be included in your lease agreement:
- The Tenant agrees not to use the Leased Premises for any unlawful purpose including but not limited to the sale, use or possession of illegal drugs on or around the Leased Premises.
- The Tenant agrees to test carbon monoxide detector(s) periodically as well as maintain operational batteries at all times. The Tenant must report immediately to the Landlord any malfunction with carbon monoxide detector(s).
- The Tenant must obtain written permission to install a satellite system or antenna on or around the Leased Premises.
- The Tenant shall abide by all rules mandated by Condominium or Homeowners associations.
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