§ 1-101 In this title the following words or terms have the meanings …
§ 1-102 Any official letterhead stationery of the judicial department of …
§ 1-201 The power of the Court of Appeals to make rules and regulations to …
§ 1-202 A court may exercise the power to punish for contempt of court or to …
§ 1-203 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, no judge may …
§ 1-204 A judge of the Court of Appeals or the Court of Special Appeals, by …
§ 1-205 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 1-301 The Court of Appeals of Maryland, established by Article IV, …
§ 1-302 In this section, “former judge” means a judge who previously served …
§ 1-401 The Court of Special Appeals is established. It is an intermediate …
§ 1-402 The Court of Special Appeals consists of 15 judges, one of whom shall …
§ 1-403 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, the Court of …
§ 1-501 The circuit courts are the highest common-law and equity courts of …
§ 1-502 Notwithstanding § 4-301(b)(1) or § 4-302 of this article, a …
§ 1-503 In each county in the first seven judicial circuits there shall be …
§ 1-504 The Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals shall certify to the Governor …
§ 1-601 The District Court of Maryland is established. It is the court of …
§ 1-602 For the purposes of operation and administration of the District …
§ 1-603 The court is composed of a Chief Judge and the number of associate …
§ 1-603.1 The District Courthouse, located at 8552 Second Avenue, Silver …
§ 1-605 The Chief Judge of the District Court is the chief administrative …
§ 1-606 The State shall provide at a central location adequate and …
§ 1-607 The Chief Judge of the District Court, subject to the approval of the …
§ 1-608 The cost of maintenance, operation, and administration, and of …
§ 1-609 When and in the manner authorized by law, a District Court judge may …
§ 1-701 A judge’s salary may not be diminished during his continuance …
§ 1-702 Subject to the provisions of § 1-701 of this subtitle, a judge …
§ 1-703 Title 8, Subtitle 1 of the State Personnel and Pensions Article …
§ 1-704 Any increase in judicial salary shall be included in the portion of …
§ 1-705 In this subtitle, “supplementation” means any payment from a …
§ 1-706 A judge is entitled to mileage, at the rate for State employees, for …
§ 1-707 A judge of the District Court who has continued in office as a judge …
§ 1-708 The salaries and pensions of the judges of the Court of Appeals, the …
§ 2-101 In this title the following words have the meanings indicated unless …
§ 2-102 If advisable in a specific proceeding, a court may appoint an …
§ 2-103 When an officer leaves office for any reason, any duty not fully …
§ 2-104 Every auditor, clerk, sheriff, constable, commissioner, surveyor, or …
§ 2-105 Each of the following officers, before he assumes the duties of his …
§ 2-106 A person who is required to take an oath under § 2-104 of this …
§ 2-107 In a circuit court, an arrest warrant shall be issued on a form that: …
§ 2-201 The clerk of a court shall: (1) Have custody
§ 2-202 Subject to the approval of the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, a …
§ 2-203 Unless otherwise provided by law or order of court, any person may, …
§ 2-204 The office of every clerk of court shall be open to the public for …
§ 2-205 The clerk of a circuit court or the chief clerk of the District …
§ 2-206 In cooperation with the clerks of the courts, the Attorney General …
§ 2-207 For purposes of this section, “person in interest” has the meaning …
§ 2-208 This section applies to all licenses issued by the clerk of a circuit …
§ 2-209 This section applies to all licenses issued by the clerk of a circuit …
§ 2-210 This section applies to all licenses issued by the clerk of a circuit …
§ 2-211 When the Governor issues a civil commission and the Secretary of …
§ 2-212 At least once a month, the clerk of a circuit court shall report to …
§ 2-213 Except as otherwise provided in this section, the clerk of a circuit …
§ 2-301 Except as provided in § 2-302 of this subtitle, the sheriff …
§ 2-302 A writ of execution or attachment shall be directed to the sheriff of …
§ 2-303 When a sheriff serves or attempts to serve a paper he shall file a …
§ 2-304 If a sheriff fails to file a return within the time set by the court …
§ 2-305 Any officer who neglects or refuses to bring a detained person into …
§ 2-306 If a sheriff pays the plaintiff an amount ordered by the court as an …
§ 2-307 A sheriff shall keep an official record of the fees and charges he …
§ 2-308 A sheriff shall collect the fees of a clerk, register, attorney, or …
§ 2-309 The sheriff of a county and his deputies shall receive the annual …
§ 2-310 The sheriff of Baltimore City and each county may appoint, from time …
§ 2-311 The sheriff of a county may establish and administer reasonable …
§ 2-401 An appellate court shall have a clerk who is appointed by and serves …
§ 2-402 An appellate court may appoint the law clerks, stenographers, and …
§ 2-403 The clerk, his deputies, and other employees of the court shall …
§ 2-404 An appellate court may direct a sheriff to attend the court or …
§ 2-501 Except as provided for the Circuit Court for Baltimore City in …
§ 2-502 Each clerk of a circuit court shall keep permanently a test book …
§ 2-503 The jury judge for a county may order a court reporter to take and …
§ 2-504 The clerk of each circuit court shall receive an annual salary of not …
§ 2-504.1 The clerk of each circuit court shall submit annually a budget for …
§ 2-505 The number of positions in the office of clerk of a circuit court …
§ 2-506 The minimum hours of work in each week for full-time deputies and …
§ 2-507 A bailiff shall receive the compensation provided in this section. …
§ 2-508 In Prince George’s County, in accordance with the Maryland …
§ 2-509 In Anne Arundel County, there is the Office of the Director of …
§ 2-510 This section applies only to employees of the Domestic Relations …
§ 2-511 There shall be included in the State budget for the Judiciary …
§ 2-512 Each circuit court judge shall have one law clerk, to be employed by …
§ 2-5A-01 In this subtitle the following words have the meaning indicated.
§ 2-5A-02 The personnel merit system for the office of the clerk of the Circuit …
§ 2-5A-03 There shall be a judicial personnel committee, with duties and powers …
§ 2-5A-04 The personnel merit system shall be administered in accordance with …
§ 2-5A-05 All employees of the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court for …
§ 2-5A-06 The following positions shall be subject to the personnel merit …
§ 2-5A-07 The Supreme Bench affirmative action policy that is in effect on …
§ 2-601 There shall be a chief clerk of the District Court, four assistant …
§ 2-602 The chief clerk, the assistant chief clerks, the supervising auditor, …
§ 2-603 Subject to the direction of the Chief Judge of the District Court, …
§ 2-604 The Chief Judge of the District Court, upon the recommendation of the …
§ 2-605 All civil process and papers of the District Court shall be served by …
§ 2-606 A constable shall obey and execute all process directed to him from …
§ 2-607 The administrative judge of each district, with the approval of the …
§ 2-608 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-101 In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-102 If the death of a person or the date of his death is at issue, he is …
§ 3-103 A provision in any policy of life or accident insurance, or in the …
§ 3-104 Proceedings for the protection of property of an absentee shall be …
§ 3-105 Upon application, the court may direct the guardian to make search …
§ 3-106 If the court declares that the person is dead, it may terminate the …
§ 3-108 An absentee who appears after the guardianship has been terminated …
§ 3-109 If the guardianship is terminated under § 3-106(b) of this …
§ 3-110 After termination of the guardianship under § 3-106 of this …
§ 3-201 In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-202 An agreement providing for arbitration under the law of the State …
§ 3-203 An initial petition shall be filed with the court in the county:
§ 3-204 The court shall make any determination provided for in this subtitle …
§ 3-205 Except as otherwise provided, a petition under this subtitle shall be …
§ 3-206 Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, a written agreement to …
§ 3-206.1 In this section, “consumer” means a party to an arbitration agreement …
§ 3-207 If a party to an arbitration agreement described in § 3-202 of …
§ 3-208 If a party denies existence of the arbitration agreement, he may …
§ 3-209 A court shall stay any action or proceeding involving an issue …
§ 3-210 An order for arbitration shall not be refused or an arbitration …
§ 3-211 If the arbitration agreement provides a method of appointment of …
§ 3-212 The powers of the arbitrators may be exercised by a majority unless …
§ 3-213 Unless the agreement provides otherwise, the arbitrators shall …
§ 3-214 At an arbitration hearing, the parties have the right: (1)
§ 3-215 The majority of the arbitrators may determine any question and render …
§ 3-216 A party has the right to be represented by an attorney at any …
§ 3-217 The arbitrators may issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses …
§ 3-218 On application of a party and for use as evidence, the arbitrators …
§ 3-219 The arbitration award shall be in writing and signed by the …
§ 3-220 The arbitrators may, and on application of a party shall, order that …
§ 3-221 Unless the arbitration agreement provides otherwise, the award shall …
§ 3-222 A party may apply to the arbitrators to modify or correct an award …
§ 3-223 A petition to modify or correct the award shall be filed within 90 …
§ 3-224 Except as provided in paragraph (2), a petition to vacate the award …
§ 3-225 If any award is vacated on grounds other than those stated in § …
§ 3-226 If an application to vacate is denied and no motion to modify or …
§ 3-227 A party may petition the court to confirm the award. (b)
§ 3-228 If an order confirming, modifying, or correcting an award is granted, …
§ 3-229 Notwithstanding the death of a party who made a written agreement to …
§ 3-230 If a party dies before an award is returned and judgment rendered, …
§ 3-231 This subtitle applies only to agreements made after May 31, 1965.
§ 3-232 This subtitle shall be so interpreted and construed as to effectuate …
§ 3-234 This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Arbitration Act. …
§ 3-2A-01 In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated …
§ 3-2A-02 All claims, suits, and actions, including cross claims, third-party …
§ 3-2A-03 The Health Care Alternative Dispute Resolution Office is created as a …
§ 3-2A-03A There is a Health Claims Arbitration Fund. (b)
§ 3-2A-04 A person having a claim against a health care provider for damage due …
§ 3-2A-05 Except as provided under paragraph (2) of this subsection, all issues …
§ 3-2A-06 A party may reject an award or the assessment of costs under an award …
§ 3-2A-06A At any time before the hearing of a claim with the Health Care …
§ 3-2A-06B Arbitration of a claim with the Health Care Alternative Dispute …
§ 3-2A-06C In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-2A-06D This section applies only to an initial complaint filed on or after …
§ 3-2A-07 If the arbitration panel finds that the conduct of any party in …
§ 3-2A-08 Evidence of advanced payments made pursuant to § 19-104(b) of …
§ 3-2A-08A In this section, “costs” means the costs described under Maryland …
§ 3-2A-09 This section applies to an award under § 3-2A-05 of this …
§ 3-2A-10 Except as otherwise provided in §§ 3-2A-08A and 3-2A-09 of …
§ 3-2B-01 In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-2B-02 The purpose of this subtitle is to: …
§ 3-2B-03 In all matters relating to the process and enforcement of …
§ 3-2B-04 The circuit courts of this State shall have jurisdiction: …
§ 3-2B-05 Any complaint filed in circuit court with respect to international …
§ 3-2B-06 Unless the arbitration agreement provides otherwise, the arbitral …
§ 3-2B-07 In an international commercial arbitration proceeding in this State, …
§ 3-2B-08 A party to an action involving international commercial arbitration …
§ 3-2B-09 This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland International Commercial …
§ 3-2C-01 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-2C-02 Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a …
§ 3-301 A court of equity or a court of law, including the District Court, …
§ 3-302 A court of law including the District Court, within the limits of its …
§ 3-303 An attachment before judgment may issue in any of the instances in …
§ 3-304 An attachment under § 3-303(b), (d), and (g) of this subtitle …
§ 3-305 An attachment may be issued against any property or credit, matured …
§ 3-401 In this subtitle, “person” includes the State, any county, municipal …
§ 3-402 This subtitle is remedial. Its purpose is to settle and afford relief …
§ 3-403 Except for the District Court, a court of records within its …
§ 3-404 The fact that a proceeding is brought under this subtitle does not …
§ 3-405 If declaratory relief is sought, a person who has or claims any …
§ 3-406 Any person interested under a deed, will, trust, land patent, written …
§ 3-407 A contract may be construed before or after a breach of the contract. …
§ 3-408 Any person interested as or through a personal representative, …
§ 3-408.1 In this section, “Commissioner”, “land”, and “patent” have the same …
§ 3-409 Except as provided in subsection (d) of this section, a court may …
§ 3-410 In any proceeding under this subtitle the court may make such award …
§ 3-411 The declaration may be affirmative or negative in form and effect and …
§ 3-412 Further relief based on a declaratory judgment or decree may be …
§ 3-413 The provisions of this subtitle, except the provisions of …
§ 3-414 This subtitle shall be interpreted and construed to make uniform the …
§ 3-415 This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Declaratory …
§ 3-501 Any word spoken falsely and maliciously and likely to injure a …
§ 3-502 A single or married woman whose character or reputation for chastity …
§ 3-503 An owner, licensee, or operator of a television or radio station or …
§ 3-504 An owner, licensee, or operator of a television or radio station or …
§ 3-601 A court may not refuse to specifically enforce a contract on the …
§ 3-701 A judge of the circuit court for a county, of the Court of Special …
§ 3-702 A person committed, detained, confined, or restrained from his lawful …
§ 3-703 If it appears to the judge from the petition for the writ or …
§ 3-704 On return of a writ of habeas corpus and production of a person and …
§ 3-705 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a person who …
§ 3-706 If a person is released or discharged by a judge under the writ of …
§ 3-707 If a judge refuses to issue a writ of habeas corpus sought for the …
§ 3-801 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-802 The purposes of this subtitle are: (1) To pr
§ 3-803 In addition to the jurisdiction specified in Subtitle 8A of this …
§ 3-804 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, the court has …
§ 3-805 A petition alleging that a child is a CINA shall be filed in the …
§ 3-806 In every county, one or more judges shall be assigned specially to …
§ 3-807 The judges of a circuit court may not appoint a master for juvenile …
§ 3-808 The court shall try cases under this subtitle without a jury.
§ 3-809 On receipt of a complaint from a person or agency having knowledge of …
§ 3-810 Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, the Maryland Rules …
§ 3-811 A CINA petition under this subtitle shall allege that a child is in …
§ 3-812 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated, …
§ 3-813 Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a …
§ 3-814 A child may be taken into custody under this subtitle by any of the …
§ 3-815 In accordance with regulations adopted by the Department of Human …
§ 3-816 After a petition is filed under this subtitle, the court may order …
§ 3-816.1 The provisions of this section apply to a hearing conducted in …
§ 3-816.2 The court shall conduct a hearing to review the status of each child …
§ 3-816.3 In this section, “preadoptive parent” means an individual whom a …
§ 3-817 After a CINA petition is filed under this subtitle, the court shall …
§ 3-818 Within 1 year after a child’s birth, there is a presumption …
§ 3-819 Unless a CINA petition under this subtitle is dismissed, the court …
§ 3-819.1 Within 30 days after a voluntary placement petition is filed, the …
§ 3-819.2 In this section, “disability” means:
§ 3-820 After a CINA disposition, when the court has ordered a specific …
§ 3-821 The court, on its own motion or on application of a party, may issue …
§ 3-822 At each CINA hearing, the court shall inquire into, and make findings …
§ 3-823 In this section, “out-of-home placement” has the meaning …
§ 3-824 The court shall hear and rule on a petition seeking an order for …
§ 3-825 A court may not commit a child who is subject to this subtitle to, …
§ 3-826 Unless the court directs otherwise, a local department shall provide …
§ 3-829 A governing body of a county may create a juvenile court committee to …
§ 3-830 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-8A-01 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated, …
§ 3-8A-02 The purposes of this subtitle are: (1) To en
§ 3-8A-03 In addition to the jurisdiction specified in Subtitle 8 of this …
§ 3-8A-04 The provisions of §§ 3-806, 3-807, and 3-829 of this title …
§ 3-8A-05 If a person is alleged to be delinquent, the age of the person at the …
§ 3-8A-06 The court may waive the exclusive jurisdiction conferred by § …
§ 3-8A-07 If the court obtains jurisdiction over a child under this subtitle, …
§ 3-8A-08 If a petition alleges that a child is in need of supervision, the …
§ 3-8A-09 If a petition, peace order request, or citation is filed under this …
§ 3-8A-14 A child may be taken into custody under this subtitle by any of the …
§ 3-8A-14.1 After an inquiry conducted in accordance with § …
§ 3-8A-15 Only the court or an intake officer may authorize detention, …
§ 3-8A-16 The official in charge of a jail or other facility for the detention …
§ 3-8A-16.1 After a petition has been filed with the court under this subtitle, …
§ 3-8A-17 After a petition or a citation has been filed with the court under …
§ 3-8A-17.1 At any time after a petition alleging that a child has committed a …
§ 3-8A-17.2 The court shall set and may change the conditions under which the …
§ 3-8A-17.3 The qualified expert shall examine the child and prepare a report …
§ 3-8A-17.4 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, within 15 …
§ 3-8A-17.5 At a competency hearing, if the court determines that the child is …
§ 3-8A-17.6 At a competency hearing, if the court determines that the child is …
§ 3-8A-17.7 At a competency hearing, if the court determines that the child is …
§ 3-8A-17.8 If the court orders the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to …
§ 3-8A-17.9 The court shall dismiss the delinquency petition or the violation of …
§ 3-8A-17.10 At any time before an adjudication under this subtitle, a hearing on …
§ 3-8A-17.11 In any competency hearing under this subtitle, it is presumed that …
§ 3-8A-17.12 The secretaries of Health and Mental Hygiene, Human Resources, and …
§ 3-8A-18 The provisions of this section do not apply to a peace order request …
§ 3-8A-19.3 A copy of the peace order shall be served on the victim, the …
§ 3-8A-19.4 The court may modify or rescind the peace order during the term of …
§ 3-8A-19.5 A violation of any of the provisions of a peace order specified in …
§ 3-8A-20 Except as provided in subsection (d) of this section, a party is …
§ 3-8A-20.1 In this section, “treatment service plan” means a plan recommended at …
§ 3-8A-21 The court may order emergency medical, dental, or surgical treatment …
§ 3-8A-22 A child may not be detained at, or committed or transferred to, a …
§ 3-8A-23 An adjudication of a child pursuant to this subtitle is not a …
§ 3-8A-24 Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, an …
§ 3-8A-25 If a child is committed under this subtitle to an individual or to a …
§ 3-8A-26 Pursuant to the procedure provided in the Maryland Rules, the court …
§ 3-8A-30 It is unlawful for an adult willfully to contribute to, encourage, …
§ 3-8A-32 In addition to any requirements relating to the appointment of …
§ 3-8A-33 A law enforcement officer authorized to make arrests shall issue a …
§ 3-8A-34 The guidelines provided under § 11-1003 of the Criminal …
§ 3-8B-01 A court of law has jurisdiction in an action for mandamus.
§ 3-8B-02 An action for a writ of mandamus shall be tried by a jury on request …
§ 3-8C-01 This subtitle applies only: (1) In a …
§ 3-8C-02 The Circuit Administrative Judge of the First Circuit may establish a …
§ 3-8C-03 A child who is required under § 7-301 of the Education …
§ 3-8C-04 An authorized school official may file with the juvenile court a …
§ 3-8C-05 A petition under this subtitle shall allege that a child who is …
§ 3-8C-06 Unless a petition filed under this subtitle is dismissed, the court …
§ 3-8C-07 A criminal defendant under this subtitle is subject to: …
§ 3-8C-08 If a petition is filed under this subtitle in a county other than the …
§ 3-8C-09 Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, the Maryland Rules …
§ 3-8C-10 The court shall retain jurisdiction under this subtitle until every …
§ 3-8C-11 A party may appeal a final judgment entered under this subtitle as …
§ 3-8C-12 On or before November 1 of each year, the Chief Judge of the Court of …
§ 3-901 In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-902 An action may be maintained against a person whose wrongful act …
§ 3-903 If the wrongful act occurred in another state, the District of …
§ 3-904 Except as provided in paragraphs (2) and (3) of this subsection, an …
§ 3-1001 There shall be provided protection and advocacy services to persons …
§ 3-1101 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-1102 A motor carrier is responsible for the expense of an emergency …
§ 3-1102.1 A person in control who is at fault is responsible for the expense of …
§ 3-1103 A motor carrier that is at fault and causes a traffic accident that …
§ 3-1104 If a county or municipality purchased any personal protective …
§ 3-1105 This subtitle does not affect any liability or immunity of a …
§ 3-1106 In this section, “farm vehicle” has the meaning stated in § …
§ 3-1107 This subtitle does not abrogate any statutory or common law right or …
§ 3-1108 If a volunteer fire company attempts but is not able to provide for …
§ 3-1201 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-1202 A motor carrier is responsible for the expense of an emergency …
§ 3-1202.1 A person in control who is at fault is responsible for the expense of …
§ 3-1203 A motor carrier that is at fault and causes a traffic accident that …
§ 3-1204 This subtitle does not affect any liability or immunity of a paid …
§ 3-1205 In this section, “farm vehicle” has the meaning stated in § …
§ 3-1206 This subtitle does not abrogate any statutory or common law right or …
§ 3-1207 If a paid fire company attempts but is not able to provide for the …
§ 3-1301 In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-1302 A responsible person is civilly liable to the merchant: …
§ 3-1303 If a merchant elects to seek the civil penalty available under § …
§ 3-1304 A responsible person who complies fully with an initial demand letter …
§ 3-1305 If the second demand letter is returned unclaimed to the merchant or …
§ 3-1306 Criminal prosecution for an offense of theft under § 7-104 of …
§ 3-1307 The procedures required by § 3-1303 of this subtitle: …
§ 3-1308 The District Court has exclusive original civil jurisdiction in an …
§ 3-1401 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-1402 The right of contribution exists among joint tort-feasors. (b)
§ 3-1403 The recovery of a judgment by the injured person against one joint …
§ 3-1404 A release by the injured person of one joint tort-feasor, whether …
§ 3-1405 A release by the injured person of one joint tort-feasor does not …
§ 3-1406 This subtitle does not impair any right of indemnity under existing …
§ 3-1407 This subtitle shall be so interpreted and construed as to effectuate …
§ 3-1408 This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Contribution Among …
§ 3-1409 If any provision of this subtitle or the application of this subtitle …
§ 3-1501 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-1502 By proceeding under this subtitle, a petitioner is not limited to or …
§ 3-1503 A petitioner may seek relief under this subtitle by filing with the …
§ 3-1503.1 A petition under this subtitle may be filed with a commissioner when …
§ 3-1504 If after a hearing on a petition, whether ex parte or otherwise, a …
§ 3-1505 A respondent shall have an opportunity to be heard on the question of …
§ 3-1506 A peace order may be modified or rescinded during the term of the …
§ 3-1507 An interim peace order, temporary peace order, and final peace order …
§ 3-1508 An individual who fails to comply with the relief granted in an …
§ 3-1509 The Court of Appeals may adopt rules and forms to implement the …
§ 3-1510 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-1601 In this subtitle, “controlled dangerous substance” has the meaning …
§ 3-1602 A person who is convicted, under §§ 5-602 through 5-609 or …
§ 3-1603 Instead of bringing a wrongful death action under Subtitle 9 of this …
§ 3-1604 A person entitled to bring a civil action under this subtitle may …
§ 3-1605 A law enforcement officer who acts in furtherance of an official …
§ 3-1606 A person entitled to bring a civil action under this subtitle may …
§ 3-1607 A defendant in an action under this subtitle may not raise a defense …
§ 3-1701 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-1801 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 3-1802 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this subtitle …
§ 3-1803 Except as provided in § 3-1804 of this subtitle, a …
§ 3-1804 A document signed by the parties that records points of agreement …
§ 3-1805 Mediation communications that are confidential under this subtitle …
§ 3-1806 This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Mediation Confidentiality …
§ 4-101 In this title the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 4-201 The jurisdiction of the District Court extends to every case which …
§ 4-202 A District Court has the following authority provided in the Health – …
§ 4-301 Except as provided in §§ 3-803 and …
§ 4-302 Except as provided in § 4-301(b)(2), (6), (7), (8), (9), …
§ 4-303 The District Court has jurisdiction over a person who is brought …
§ 4-304 The District Court has jurisdiction to conduct a preliminary hearing …
§ 4-401 Except as provided in § 4-402 of this subtitle, and …
§ 4-402 Except as provided in §§ 4-401 and 4-404 of …
§ 4-404 The District Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit court …
§ 4-405 The District Court has exclusive jurisdiction over a small claim …
§ 5-101 A civil action at law shall be filed within three years from the date …
§ 5-102 An action on one of the following specialties shall be filed within …
§ 5-103 Within 20 years from the date the cause of action accrues, a person …
§ 5-104 An action on a public officer’s bond shall be filed within five …
§ 5-105 An action for assault, libel, or slander shall be filed within one …
§ 5-109 An action for damages for an injury arising out of the rendering of …
§ 5-110 An action to enforce any criminal or civil liability created under …
§ 5-111 A proceeding to hold a person in contempt of court for the …
§ 5-112 No cause of action for damages accrues and a person may not seek …
§ 5-113 In this section, “occupational disease” means a disease caused by …
§ 5-114 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-115 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-116 An action for damages for an injury or death caused by the effects of …
§ 5-117 In this section, “sexual abuse” has the meaning stated in § …
§ 5-118 For the purposes of this subtitle, the filing of a complaint with the …
§ 5-119 This section does not apply to a voluntary dismissal of a civil …
§ 5-201 When a cause of action subject to a limitation under Subtitle 1 of …
§ 5-202 If a debtor files a petition in insolvency which is later dismissed, …
§ 5-203 If the knowledge of a cause of action is kept from a party by the …
§ 5-203.1 This section applies only to a survival cause of action arising from …
§ 5-204 A foreign corporation or foreign limited partnership required by law …
§ 5-205 A person who absents himself from the State or removes from county to …
§ 5-301 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 5-302 Each local government shall provide for its employees a legal defense …
§ 5-303 Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, the liability of a local …
§ 5-304 This section does not apply to an action against a nonprofit …
§ 5-401 A covenant, promise, agreement, or understanding in, or in connection …
§ 5-401.1 A release of the claim of an injured individual for damages resulting …
§ 5-402 A merchant or an agent or employee of the merchant who detains or …
§ 5-403 In this section, “agricultural operation” means an operation for the …
§ 5-403.1 In this section, “sport shooting range” means an area designed and …
§ 5-404 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-405 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-406 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-407 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-408 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-409 In the absence of fraud no insurance company or person who furnishes …
§ 5-410 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, no claim of any …
§ 5-411 There may not be any liability on the part of or cause of action of …
§ 5-412 There shall be no liability on the part of and no cause of action of …
§ 5-413 Except for the payment of assessments as provided under Title 9, …
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