Many thanks to everyone who voiced your opposition to potentially unconstitutional legislation introduced last month by the Baltimore City Council. I am happy to report that Baltimore City Bill 17-0113 has been placed "on hold," which I believe is a result of collective efforts by those who quickly stepped up in opposition. I can't thank you enough for joining the conversation and being a part of the collective voice for do-it-yourself landlords.
The proposed bill sought to require landlords/owners to include a provision in their leases offering residential tenants mediation before eviction proceedings can commence. If passed, it would have severely limited a landlord's ability to recover rent through the Failure-to-Pay-Rent process, and create more opportunity for unwarranted delays within the court before rent is paid to the owner. I can't thank you enough for joining the conversation by signing our petition sharing it with your networks.
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