Rent Court for Landlords
This video explores how landlords can use the rent court process in Maryland if a tenant fails to pay rent. This material applies only to landlords with residential properties. If your case is about commercial property, talk to a lawyer.
- Tip sheet
- Español transcripción
- Additional Information
- Information for Landlords: How Landlords Can Resolve Disputes with Tenants (brochure)
- Requirements to Certify Compliance with Inspection & Certification Requirements (fact sheet)
- People’s Law Library, Landlord/Tenant
- Rent Court Manager/DIYRealty.co (web site)
- People’s Law Library, Rent Court and Eviction Cases
- Landlords and Tenants: Tips on Avoiding Disputes (booklet)
- Mediation in Rent Court (flier)
- Adult Guardianship: Introduction to Adult Guardianship
- Adult Guardianship: The Role of Guardian of the Person
- Adult Guardianship: The Role of Guardian of the Property
- Before Court: Preparing for Your Day in Court
- Bringing a Small Claim
- Can’t Afford Appellate Costs?
- Can’t Afford Court Filing Fees?
- Defending a Small Claim
- Finding Legal Help in a Civil Case
- Foreclosure Mediation
- Foreclosure Process
- Hiring and Working with Your Lawyer
- How to Research the Law
- ¿Necesita un Intérprete Judicial?
- Need a Court Interpreter?
- Rent Court for Landlords
- Rent Court for Tenants
- Rent Escrow
- Service of Process
- Should I Represent Myself?
- Tips for Your Day in Court
- What is the Law?
Last updated: December 2017