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Maryland General Warranty Deed Form

The Maryland general warranty deed is used to convey property from a grantor to a grantee, or a seller to a buyer. This sort of deed grants to the buyer a guarantee from the seller that the seller is legally authorized to sell the property and that there are no other claims or interests in…

Maryland Quit Claim Deed Form

The Maryland quit claim deed is used to transfer property in Maryland from one person to another. Unlike a warranty deed, the quit claim does not include any guarantee as to the title. The seller is merely transferring whatever interest he may or may not have in the property to the buyer. It is prudent…

Maryland Non-Compete Agreement Template

The Maryland Non-Compete Agreement Template represents a Company’s intention to restrict its Recipients from disclosing the company’s proprietary information or materials for a predetermined (by the company) amount of time. These restrictions can only be enforced if the Company has obtained proof of the Recipient’s promise to adhere to them. A contractual agreement between these…

Priority Partners Prior (Rx) Authorization Form

In order to request coverage for a medication that isn’t under the medical plan’s formulary, a medical professional must fill out a prior authorization form. On this page, you can download the Priority Partners Prior Authorization Form for patients who are Priority Partners members through the John Hopkins Medicine LLC. Once you have filled out…

Maryland Notary Acknowledgment Form

A Maryland notary acknowledgment form is sometimes required in order to have a document authenticated by a notary public (for property transfers, power of attorney, probate, etc.). Before signing their document, the subject will bring their document and the acknowledgment form to a notary public. Upon presenting themselves to the notary, they will identify themselves,…

Maryland Revocable Living Trust Form

The Maryland revocable living trust is a legal agreement formed by a person (Grantor) for the purpose of placing property and assets into a separate entity with instructions for distribution after their death. Avoiding the probate process in the State of Maryland is the most obvious benefit of a revocable trust. Bypassing probate will allow the…

Maryland Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in MD

There are two (2) ways for residents of Maryland to change their name, either by using a different name under common law or by submitting Maryland name change forms through the circuit court. For an individual adopting their spouse’s last name after getting married, or for those reverting back to their maiden name following a divorce,…

Maryland Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

The Maryland do not resuscitate (DNR or DNAR) order form is a document in which a patient provides instructions indicating that they would not like to be resuscitated in the event of a cardiac or respiratory arrest. This document may be obtained from the patient’s doctor or upon entry to a hospital. Once completed, the DNR order is…

Maryland Security Deposit Demand Letter

The Maryland security deposit demand letter is used by a tenant when a landlord does not return a security deposit after the tenant moves. Following the termination of the tenant’s lease or rental contract, the landlord will be required to return the deposit, plus interest, within forty-five (45) days. The security deposit may be subject to deductions…

Maryland Employment Contract Agreement

Maryland employment contracts are used to put the terms and conditions of employment into a written agreement between an employer and an individual. The length of time and the type of compensation that the employee agrees to work for will be specified in this document. Any employee benefits, days off, or paid leave that the…


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