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mrbpps

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"Some Maryland cities and counties have enforced occupancy restrictions. For example, the occupancy in single-family dwellings is limited to no more than four unrelated persons and occupancy in town homes is restricted to no more than three unrelated persons in the city of Salisbury."

Above quoted from:

http://www.oag.state.md.us/Consumer/tenantRights.pdf

You would have to find the codes from your own city or county and generally, those restrictions don't apply to familes so it would depend on the size of the dwelling and how many you want to allow to live there.

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