Compliance With State Lead Poisoning Prevention Program to Obtain a Rental LicenseFind more information from the following link(s):
Effective October 1, 2004, all residential rental properties must meet the requirements of the state Lead Poisoning Prevention Program in order to be licensed. Properties built before 1950 will have to provide proof to DHCA of their registration with the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) or proof that the rental property is lead free, based on a Lead Inspection Certificate. Effective January 1, 2015, the Act will apply to all residential rental dwelling units built prior to 1978.
Further information is available by visiting the Licensing and Registration website or the Maryland Department of The Environment website at the respective links below.
Licensing & RegistrationMaryland Department of the Environment