Maryland landlords sue Baltimore City, Howard County and Salisbury over COVID-related bans on rent increases

A group of roughly two dozen housing providers across Maryland are challenging laws that are intended to protect tenants from rent increases during the coronavirus pandemic. The companies — which together own more than 2,000 residential rental units in Baltimore City, Howard County and Salisbury — are suing their local governments over three similar, recently enacted laws that bar landlords from raising rent or charging late fees during the state of emergency. (Balt Sun)

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