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Archive for January 2018

Maryland’s Non-Licensed Residential Subcontractor Loophole

Maryland subcontractors need to ensure they are in compliance with all regulatory and licensing requirements before performing work on residential buildings or they may be left with nothing to show for it.  Maryland law clearly prohibits a subcontractor from performing work on a residence without a home improvement license and the failure to have a…

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Using the Maryland Construction Trust Statute as a Tool for Payment by Subcontractors

The Maryland Construction Trust statute protects subcontractors from dishonest practices by general and higher tiered subcontractors by making officers, directors, and managing agents personally liable when such agents knowingly use monies held in trust improperly.  A recent case by the Maryland Court of Special Appeals clarified the applicability of the Maryland Construction Trust statute, limiting…

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