Modern Real Estate PracticeIn Maryland, the official source for the state statutes is the Annotated Code of Maryland. For your convenience, this guide provides links to Maryland's statutes in a free web database maintained by Lexis-Nexis. Keep in mind, however, that the print version may be more useful in your research because they provide summaries of cases interpreting the statute and their citations. The free web version does not give summaries of case law. The official source for the federal statutes is the United States Code.
Maryland Real Estate Practice & Law 14th Edition
Bregman Laurence H. Berbert Timothy P. Schwartz Mark A. Gilday Geoffrey T. Hervey Kevin B. McParland Heather L. Kafetz Wendy D.
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