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Chapter 10B. Common Ownership Communities. [Note]
Article 1. Commission on Common Ownership Communities.
§ 10B-1. Findings; purpose.
§ 10B-2. Definitions.
§ 10B-3. Commission on Common Ownership Communities.
§ 10B-4. Administrative support.
§ 10B-5. Duties of the Department of Housing and Community Affairs.
§ 10B-6. Duties of the Commission on Common Ownership Communities.
§ 10B-7. Registration; fees.
§ 10B-7A. Notification requirements.
Article 2. Dispute Resolution.
§ 10B-8. Defined terms.
§ 10B-9. Filing disputes; exhaustion of association remedies.
§ 10B-9A. Request for relief from stay.
§ 10B-10. Production of evidence.
§ 10B-11. Mediation; dismissal before hearing.
§ 10B-12. Hearing Panel.
§ 10B-13. Administrative hearing.
§ 10B-14. Settlement of disputes; assistance to parties.
§ 10B-15. Regulations.
Article 3. Open Conduct.
§ 10B-16. Reserved.
§ 10B-17. Voting procedures; training.
§ 10B-18. Budget.
§ 10B-19. Enforcement.
*Editor’s note—2010 L.M.C., ch. 10, § 2, states: Transition. Until otherwise amended or superseded, a regulation issued under Chapter 10B before this Act takes effect [July 12, 2010] remains in effect to the extent that the regulation is consistent with Chapter 10B, as amended by this Act. This Act does not affect the term of any member of the Commission on Common Ownership Communities serving when this Act takes effect.
Chapter 10B discussed and interpreted in Dumont Oaks Community Assn. v. Montgomery County, 333 Md. 202, 634 A.2d 459 (1993)—Chapter held within the authority of the County to enact.
See County Attorney Opinion dated 12/19/91 explaining that homeowners associations located in municipalities that have not adopted Chapter 10B must apply to the Commission on Common Ownership Communities for approval of an alternate dispute resolution process before participating in the Roadway Maintenance Reimbursement Program.