Is your legal problem located in any of these areas? Do you live in one of the following cities? Make sure you explore your legal problem based on the rules for your specific location.
The Montgomery County Department of Housing and Community Affairs Division of Housing and Code Enforcement, Landlord-Tenant Affairs section, handles Montgomery County Landlord-tenant issues. To contact the office or file a complaint online, visit their website. To get information regarding your legal problem, refer to the Montgomery County Landlord-Tenant Rules and Laws Handbook.
City of Rockville
The Rockville City Code and Charter can be viewed online. The section concerning landlord-tenant law is in Chapter 18, Article IV of the code. You can call or visit the Landlord/Tenant Affairs Commission to get more information or file a complaint.
City of Gaithersburg
The City of Gaithersburg’s Landlord-Tenant Code can be viewed online. The City’s Neighborhood Services Division can answer landlord-tenant questions and can mediate disputes between landlords and tenants.
City of Takoma Park
The City of Takoma Park's landlord-tenant laws can be found online. The City’s Housing and Community Development publishes a Landlord-Tenant Handbook of Laws and Regulations for Takoma Park (Spanish) that provides information. You can also call or visit them for help.
Takoma Park allows renters a right of first refusal if the home they are renting is placed on the market for sale. The law is called the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act. See the City of Takoma Park’s website for more information and a link to the text of the law.