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THE DISTRICT COUR T OF MARYLAND The District Court of Maryland has exclusive jurisdiction in civil matters of claims involving $5, 000 or less.
• The landlord intends to use the residential premises for a non-residential use, such as business purposes. • The landlord is an educational institution and the tenant is no longer a student or will no longer be a student
repairs and show the premises to prospective tenants or purchas-ers; and if the tenant is absent from the premises and the landlord reasonably believes that entry is necessary to preserve or protect the premises, the landlord may enter without notice and with such force as appears necessary. (3) USE OF PREMISES, ADDITIONS OR ALTERATIONS BY TENANT.
• Show the premises to prospective tenants after the landlord or tenant has served notice to end a periodic tenancy or in the final month of a fixed term tenancy. The written notice of entry must state the reason for the entry. If a landlord needs to enter all or several residential premises in a complex, the landlord must give each tenant
Georgia Landlord -Tenant Handbook |5 . Entering into a Lease and Other Tenancy Issues • When there is evidence of a fair housing violation, if FHEO finds that you will be harmed if it does not act quickly, the attorney general can issue an order that stops the landlord from causing further damage even before the legal process is complete.
Premises or the Shopping Center to the extent that such injury or damage shall be caused by or arise from any actual or alleged act, neglect, fault, or omission by or of tenant, its agents, servants, employees, invitees, or visitors to meet any standards imposed
this section does not take effect before the tenant vacates the premises. Nothing in this section shall prevent a landlord from withholding security deposits pursuant to section 13(1)(d). This subsection does not affect other sums that may be withheld by the landlord under this act or other applicable law.