State Senate Bill Would Authorize Common Element Restrictions On Delinquent Unit Owners (MD)

Senate Bill 529 in the Maryland General Assembly would authorize condominiums to restrict the use of common elements by unit owners who are delinquent in paying assessments. The proposed law would add new subsection 11-104(e) to the Maryland Condominium Act to provide that the bylaws may contain a provision permitting such restrictions.    Read the article………..


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