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Right To Terminate Developer Contracts Must Be Exercised Within Three Years

Section 11-133 of the Maryland Condominium Act gives a council of unit owners the right to terminate leases, management contracts, employment contracts, and other contracts entered into by the developer during the period that the developer had control of a majority of the votes in the council.  However, that right of termination must be exercised within three (3) years from the date on which majority control of the council passed from the developer to the unit owners.  Termination of such contracts, if timely exercised, is effective upon thirty (30) days written notice of termination.  Grants to any governmental entity or public utility are not subject to termination.  Also, the right of termination exists only for residential, and not commercial, condominiums.