Maryland Rental Agreement

Maryland Lease & Property Management Resources

EZ Landlord Forms offers a customizable Maryland Rental Lease Agreement, Maryland eviction notices, a free rental application, listings of Maryland real estate investing clubs, and much more! Try building a Maryland lease agreement, discuss Maryland landlord-tenant issues in our Landlord Forum, or read our summary of Maryland’s landlord-tenant laws! Here is a selection of our featured Maryland resources:

Maryland Residential Lease Agreements

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Maryland Landlord Forms

Maryland Rental Forms Maryland Lead Poisoning Prevention- Notice of Tenants' Rights
At the beginning of a tenancy, landlords must provide tenants of Maryland rental units, with the MD pamphlet “Notice of Tenants’ Rights”.

Maryland Security Deposit Receipt
In accordance with Maryland Code 8-203.1, the Maryland Security Deposit Receipt is a required document used when a Landlord collects a security deposit . This document provides the tenant with a receipt and a list of rights. (1 page)

Montgomery County Lease (Multi-Family Building)
This Lease Agreement was created by Montgomery County and designed for use in Montgomery County ONLY.

Montgomery County Lease (Single-Family)
This Lease Agreement was created by Montgomery County and designed for use in Montgomery County ONLY.

Maryland Lease Agreement
Get started creating a Maryland lease agreement here, and we will guide you through MD landlord laws as you create your rental contract.

Maryland - Baltimore City Evictions - Procedures for Tenants and Landlords
This is the Baltimore City Evictions Procedures for Tenants and Landlords Guide. Informational documents provide a landlord with useful knowledge and reading such material periodically is useful.

Maryland Sample Failure to Pay Rent/Landlord's Complaint for Repossession of Rented Property
This is a complex form with signatures needed on various pages. The Court requires a carbonless multi-part form, which is available at any District Court location (Baltimore City Civil forms can be found at Fayette and Gay Street location only).

Maryland-Montgomery County Notice to Vacate for Cause
This is the Montgomery County Notice to Vacate for Cause. As a result of the violation, this notice states that the landlord desires to retake possession of the Leased Premises.

Maryland Notice to Vacate
This is the Maryland Notice to Vacate. As a result of the violation, this notice states that the landlord desires to retake possession of the Leased Premises.

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Maryland Attorneys

Maryland Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Amir D. Gibbs
The Gibbs Law Firm, LLC
Rockville, MD
  Edward J. Maher, Esq.
Law Offices of Edward J. Maher, P.C.
Baltimore, MD
John B. Raftery
Offit Kurman Attorneys at Law
Bethesda, MD
  Kevin J. Best
The Law Office of Kevin J. Best
Annapolis, MD
Matthew Hertz, Esq.
Cohen & Hertz, P.C.
Bethesda, MD

Maryland Links and Resources

Maryland Rental Resources Maryland - BALTIMORE COUNTY Special Landlord-Tenant Laws and Rules for Baltimore County
Special Landlord-Tenant Laws and Rules for Baltimore County. Landlord Tenant Laws are different in Baltimore and Baltimore County. It is important to always check with your local jurisdiction or an attorney for specific information.

Maryland Attorney General Fill-in Form for Eviction
This convenient form is provided by the Maryland Attorney General's Office and can be filled in and used to file in court to evict a tenant. Once the page opens, go the the left side of the page and click your mouse button over "Landlord Tenant Complaint".

Maryland Landlords and Tenants: Tips on Avoiding Disputes
This booklet provides you with information about Maryland landlord/tenant laws. It covers topics dealing with applications, leases, security deposits, rent escrow, lead paint hazards, eviction, and where to seek help if problems arise. In reviewing this material, keep in mind that many Maryland counties and Baltimore City have different landlord/tenant laws that may provide additional protections or require that you follow different procedures.

Official Baltimore City Landlord Requirements
Includes information about mandatory lead paint inspections, rental property registrations, Baltimore City Section 8, and more.

Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs

Maryland Landlord Clubs
Baltimore Real Estate Investors Association, Townson, MD
Meeting Time: 3rd Tuesday of every month, 6:30 pm., Number of Members: 250  More Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs »

DC Real Estate Investors' Association (DCREIA), Bowie, MD
Meeting Time: Second Saturday of every month, 9:30 am., Number of Members: 500  More Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Maryland Real Estate Exchange, Baltimore, MD
Meeting Time: 1st Saturday of every month, 10:00 am., Number of Members: 200  More Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Mid-Atlantic Real Estate Investors Association, Owings Mills, MD
Meeting Time: 3rd Wednesday, 6:30 pm.and various other sub-group meetings., Number of Members: 200  More Maryland Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Maryland Real Estate Investment Articles

Maryland Rental Articles
Baltimore City Carbon Monoxide Detector Requirements
Posted April 27, 2010
Effective March 1, 2010, Baltimore City requires all rental properties with fuel-burning appliances to have carbon monoxide detectors outside of all sleeping areas.

Maryland Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted September 30, 2009
It’s important when creating a Maryland Rental Lease Agreement that you are in compliance with state regulations. Below are some important points that have been provided in a Question and Answer format by

Fair Housing Enforcement Expands & Evolves: What You Need to Know
Posted April 15, 2014
Federal and state regulators are cracking down on Fair Housing violations, which have grown subtle, complex and often misunderstood.

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