Topic: Maryland Real Property Code for commercial and residential Landlord/Tenant disputes
The program will focus on the causes of action under the Maryland Real Property Code for commercial and residential Landlord/Tenant disputes. The presentation will provide an overview of any applicable pre-filing requirements, a brief explanation of what to expect if a case does not resolve prior to the Court date, and next steps if you obtain a judgment. The program will also highlight distinctions between residential and commercial requirements. Attendees will walk away with an understanding of the different causes of action, best practices and when to involve an attorney familiar with this area of law.
Alison H. Graham, Esq.
Alison Graham helps clients navigate commercial and residential real estate disputes. As an experienced litigator, Alison presents her arguments with confidence and composure. She stands her ground even in the most complex disputes or when facing a less-than-favorable set of facts. As a shareholder in her practice, Alison assists individuals and organizations involved in landlord-tenant and contract disputes, including matters involving housing discrimination/fair housing issues, property contamination and defects, and premises liability.
Alison’s clients often face issues that hinge on the interpretation of a particular phrase in a contract. She is adept at analyzing and carefully dissecting case law and statutes to find support for her position and build a strong foundation for her case.
Alison was recently appointed to a three-year term as a Commissioner with the Montgomery County, Maryland Office of Landlord Tenant Affairs where she will have the opportunity to apply her extensive knowledge of landlord-tenant matters to serve her community.
$0 Real Property Section Members (price will be reflected in your cart)
$5 Non-Section Members
$10 Non-MSBA Members
This is informational only and no CLE credit will be offered for the surrounding MCLE states.