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Maryland Code, Commercial Law § 12-1011

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(a) If a consumer borrower defaults under the terms of a loan and the credit grantor refers the borrower's account to an attorney who is not a salaried employee of the credit grantor for collection, the credit grantor may, if the agreement, note, or other evidence of the loan permits, charge and collect from the borrower a reasonable attorney's fee.

(b) If the agreement, note, or other evidence of the loan permits, the credit grantor may recover from the borrower all court and other collection costs actually incurred by the credit grantor relating to the borrower's default.

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