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December 17, 2013: NHLP Signs on to Amicus Brief in a Case That Threatens Subsidized Tenants' Rights in Maryland

NHLP joined Public Justice Center and other tenants rights groups to submit an amicus brief in support of a low-income tenant in Grady Management, Inc. v. Epps. The case could affect the rights of subsidized tenants all over Maryland. In Grady, the appellee filed a holdover action to evict a project-based section 8 tenant arguing that the the holdover statute applies to participants in the federal program because their tenancy is "definite and at will" as required by the statute. The appellees seek to expand the ruling in Carter v. Maryland Management Co. where the MD Court of Appeals held that landlords can bring tenant-holding-over actions against Section 8 housing choice voucher participants and tenants in tax credit properties. The brief focuses on the current housing crisis and importance of preserving affordable housing tenancies. The brief also discusses Congress' intent to provide security to tenants in project-based housing programs.

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