Maryland Landlord Notice to Enter

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Maryland landlord’s notice to enter informs a tenant that the landlord will be accessing the property at some point in the future. Maryland law does not indicate the purposes for which notice may be used or how much is required and provides only rare circumstances in which a landlord may otherwise access the property. Best practice would be to specifically indicate the circumstances under which a landlord may access the property in a written lease agreement, and then follow that when attempting to access the property.

Laws Md. Code Ann., Real Prop. § 8-216

Other Landlord Access

Taking possession of the property (§ 8-216(b)(2)): A landlord may take possession of the property pursuant to a court order, or if the tenant has abandoned the property.