Md. Code, Real. Prop. § 3-104.1

Current with changes from the 2022 Legislative Session through Ch. 775
Section 3-104.1 - Licensing information on instruments securing mortgage loans on residential property
(a) In this section, "residential property" means real property improved by four or fewer single family dwelling units that are designed principally and are intended for human habitation.
(b) When recorded, a mortgage, deed of trust, or any other instrument securing a mortgage loan on residential property shall contain:
(1)
(i) The name and Maryland mortgage originator license number of the mortgage originator that originated the loan secured by the instrument; or
(ii) An affidavit by the person that originated the mortgage loan secured by the instrument that the individual who originated the loan is exempt from the licensing requirement under Title 11, Subtitle 6 of the Financial Institutions Article; and
(2)
(i) The name and Maryland mortgage lender license number of the mortgage lender that made the loan secured by the instrument; or
(ii) An affidavit by the lender that made the mortgage loan secured by the instrument that the lender is exempt from the licensing requirement under Title 11, Subtitle 5 of the Financial Institutions Article.
(c) The Commissioner of Financial Regulation shall adopt regulations to implement the provisions of this section, including:
(1) Minimum requirements for the inclusion of licensing information when a mortgage, deed of trust, or other instrument securing a mortgage loan on residential property is recorded; and
(2) Consequences, including penalties, for the failure to include licensing information when a mortgage, deed of trust, or other instrument securing a mortgage loan on residential property is recorded.

Md. Code, RP § 3-104.1