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  • Inspector general requests info on City Council board memberships April 17, 2019
    Baltimore’s inspector general has requested city council members to provide information about all boards they serve on, according to a City Hall source. The request for details about boards of companies and nonprofits on which city lawmakers serve follows the controversy from disclosures that Mayor Catherine Pugh received $500,000 in payments from the Univer […]
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  • Court: Lien of Columbia Association declaration does not have first priority April 17, 2019
    The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland recently held that the lien position of the assessments under the declaration that encumbers the land in Columbia, Maryland (the “Declaration”) was subordinate to that of a deed of trust on a particular property. Therefore, when the proceeds of a sale of that property were ...
    Edward J. Levin

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