2016 Maryland Code
Title 3 - Breach of Promise to Marry and Alienation of Affections
§ 3-102. Action for breach of promise to marry
(a) In general. -- Unless the individual is pregnant, an individual:
(1) has no cause of action for breach of promise to marry; and
(2) may not bring an action for breach of promise to marry regardless of where the cause of action arose.
(b) Corroboration required. -- In an action for damages for breach of promise to marry, a judgment for the plaintiff may not be entered on the uncorroborated testimony of the plaintiff.
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