Md. Panel Says Insurance Commissioner Authorized To Amend Lease In HMO Liquidation

(October 30, 2023, 10:51 AM EDT) -- ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A Maryland appellate court affirmed a lower court order requiring a landlord to repay the security deposit to its tenant, a now-insolvent health maintenance organization (HMO), and to pay $8,000 to the tenant for furniture left on the premises, finding that because the Maryland insurance commissioner was appointed receiver for the insurer, the commissioner, alone, or through an agent, was permitted to make changes to the lease, which did not violate state or federal constitutions....

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