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Maryland Code, Criminal Procedure § 13-512

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(a) Subject to the rights of a lienholder to sell the real property, an owner or an owner's tenant may remain in possession of seized real property until forfeiture is ordered.

(b) The forfeiting authority may apply to the court for the appointment of a receiver to apply income from income-producing property.

(c) If a person who is an owner or an owner's tenant remains in possession of the real property and the person's interest in the real property is forfeited, the person immediately shall surrender the real property to the seizing authority in substantially the same condition as when seized.

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