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Maryland Senate Committee Approves Amendment To Bill Allowing HOAs To Collect Fees For Resale Inspections

The Maryland State Senate has approved, with amendment, a bill previously passed by the House of Delegates.  House Bill 34, would give homeowner associations the right to collect a fee relating to inspections during the resale process.  The version passed by the House would entitle an HOA to charge “a reasonable fee not to exceed $100 for an inspection of the low owner’s lot if required.”  The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee changed the maximum amount of the fee to $50, and added “if the inspection is required by the governing documents of the homeowners association.”  As reported in a prior post, the House of Delegates passed its version by a 85 – 44 vote.