Parkville, MD asked in Construction Law, Consumer Law and Contracts for Maryland

Q: where do I find the Maryland law for residential time and material contract

1 Lawyer Answer
Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley
  • Construction Law Lawyer
  • Rockville, MD
  • Licensed in Maryland

A: That's like asking where do you find the law on crimes, or contracts, or divorce. Far too broad of a subject. There are so many sources of laws that apply to residential contruction contracts, including statutory, regulatory, common law, zoning and consumer aspects. If you have a specific issue that you are struggling to understand, ask a specific question about the specific issue, with enough context that a lawyer can provide you with some direction. E.g., are you a homeowner, a general contracor, a subcontractor, a materials vender; is this a home improvement to an existing residence, or is this a new home construction; is this a condominium or a single family home; what is the dollar value of the contract as a whole; and what is the particular issue that has arisen that presents a problem that needs solving?

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