***MORE INFO*** We received a rental agreement to sign, for a 1 week vacation rental property. In the contract, it states that if damage is done to the rental property and we do not pay for it, the owner has the right to place a lien on our permanent residence. Both properties are in Maryland. Is this even possible? Should we sign it?
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