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Header JULY 2016
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LAND DEVELOPMENT
REAL ESTATE
LITIGATION
BUSINESS & TAX
TRUSTS & ESTATES LAW
ELDER LAW

SERVING THE LEGAL NEEDS OF OUR CLIENTS SINCE 1946

Joe Suntum Awarded Prestigious CRE® Designation

MM&C Welcomes Montgomery College Students for Leadership Development Academy Presentation;  Attorney Mike Spencer Spearheads the Firm Effort

 

 

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MM&C ESTABLISHES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR MONTGOMERY COLLEGE; AWARDS INAUGURAL RECIPIENTS

As part of the commemoration of its 70th Anniversary, Miller, Miller & Canby has established a scholarship to be awarded annually to students from Richard Montgomery High School who will attend Montgomery College.  The Scholarship will provide up to $5,000 per year for tuition and fees and is renewable for a second year. The Scholarship recognizes Miller, Miller & Canby’s long history of service to the Montgomery County community as well as its presence in Rockville where it has maintained its offices for its entire history.

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MARYLAND'S HIGHEST COURT AFFIRMS "DATE OF FINALITY" RULE FOR PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENTS

In a recent decision by the Maryland Court of Appeals concerning the interpretation of the “date of finality” rule, which was thought by many practitioners to limit the consideration of comparable sales to a time frame before January 1.  The Court interpreted the statute more expansively to allow sales after the date of finality in certain circumstances, joining such states as New York, New Jersey, Illinois and Oregon.

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY COUNCIL PASSES INCREASE ON RECORDATION TAX

The Montgomery County Council passed legislation on May 18th, which will impose additional costs on property owners engaged in transfers or certain financial transactions.   The new law, introduced as Expedited Bill 15-16 and signed into law by the County Executive on May 25th, increases the rate of the Recordation Taxes (or “stamp taxes”) for any transaction which occurs after September 1, 2016.  

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MM&C REPRESENTS RESIDENTS IN SUCCESSFULLY SETTLED LAWSUIT WITH PG COUNTY OVER CATASTROPHIC LANDSLIDE

Miller, Miller & Canby represented three Prince Georges County homeowners and achieved a successful settlement with the County that will compensate those homeowners for their losses and allow them to move forward with their lives. The homeowners were the victims of a catastrophic landslide on Piscataway Drive in Fort Washington, MD in May 2014 that ruptured their neighborhood road and permanently destabilized their homes and property.

Miller, Miller & Canby litigation attorney, Joe Suntum, commented on the settlement, saying, “This settlement will allow these three families to move forward after suffering devastating losses far in excess of the fair market value of their homes.” 

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MM&C Firm History Part 2: The 1960s

Celebrating our 70th Anniversary provides us an opportunity to reflect on our heritage as a law firm and the individuals whose contributions impacted our growth and the clients and community we serve, as well as the legal profession.  It is also an opportunity for us to share this history with you, our clients and friends, who have been as much a part of this history as the attorneys who have been privileged to serve you.  This is the second of a four-part reflection on our journey as a law firm and of the attorneys who were a part of it.

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