On August 21, 2012, the Maryland Court of Appeals affirmed its April 26, 2012 ruling in Tracey v. Solesky, No. 53, September Term, 2011, (the “Pit Bull Case”). In its revised opinion, the Court deleted all references to cross-bred pit bulls and
During the 2012 legislative session, there were over 75 bills introduced in the Maryland General Assembly addressing Common Ownership Community issues. Some of these bills, if they had passed, would have been beneficial to Common Ownership Communities.
The Maryland appellate courts decided two cases impacting condominium associations. Below is a brief synopsis of each of these cases. 1. MRA Property Management, Inc., et al v. Armstrong, Court of Appeals of Maryland, No.93, September Term,
2011 Legislative Update: What Maryland Condominium Associations and Homeowner Associations Need to Know
During the 2011 Legislative Session, the Maryland General Assembly passed a number of bills impacting Maryland Condominium Associations and Homeowner Associations, which will become effective on October 1, 2011. To follow is a synopsis of each of
Board members often question whether they can meet informally, in a working session, rather than scheduling an actual board meeting in order to, for example, discuss a complex or controversial issue or review contractor proposals. The working session