2017 Maryland Code
Real Property
Title 2 - Rules of Construction
§ 2-120. Disclosure of material fact or latent defect

  • (a) Matters not constituting material fact or latent defect. -- Under this title, it is not a material fact or a latent defect relating to property offered for sale or lease that:
    • (1) An owner or occupant of the property is, was, or is suspected to be:
      • (i) Infected with human immunodeficiency virus; or
      • (ii) Diagnosed with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; or
    • (2) A homicide, suicide, accidental death, natural death, or felony occurred on the property.
  • (b) Immunity. -- An owner or seller of real property or the owner's or seller's agent shall be immune from civil liability or criminal penalty for failure to disclose a fact contained in subsection (a) of this section.
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