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A Family Farm Business Entity in Maryland: What You Need to Know

Ashley Newhall

Photo by Edwin Remsberg

Maryland family farms have specific rules and statutes which apply to them regarding their operating as a business entity.  You can read our recent publication on business entities here to refresh your memory on the different options, as well as pros and cons of each entity.  We also have an entire business entity series on the blog which you can read here.  Today, I will be discussing the areas of Maryland law that carve out specific rules applying only to family farms.

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