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Maryland Code, Courts and Judicial Proceedings § 1-601

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The District Court of Maryland is established.  It is the court of limited jurisdiction created by Article IV, §§ 1 and 41A through 41-I of the Maryland Constitution.  It is a court of record and shall have a seal.

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