Maryland General Assembly Considers Legislation That Would Revise Disclosure Requirements In Condo Sales

House Bill 1080, now pending in the Maryland House of Delegates, would establish revised disclosure requirements and procedures in both initial sales and re-sales of residential condominium units. The most extensive changes would impact re-sale contracts.   Read more…….


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