Public Records Request

If you are looking for information regarding a business’ entity name(s), principal offices and resident agents, personal property assessment information, and organizational document information. Please click on the link below. This is handled by the Department of Assessments and Taxation in Maryland.

Department of Assessments and Taxation Charter Search Page

If you need any other information regarding a business or corporation, please contact SDAT’s PIA directly.

State Department of Assessments & Taxation: Meghann Malone 300 W. Preston Street, Room 511 Baltimore, MD 21201 or email: meghann.malone@maryland.gov
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If we are not the agency you are looking for, please click here to view a complete list of ALL PIA REPRESENTATIVES for each agency in the State of Maryland.

Persons who wish to submit a public records request should submit requests to Tami Cathell, the PIA Representative for the Office of the Secretary of State:

By Mail:
ATTN: Public Records Request
Tami Cathell, PIA Representative
16 Francis Street
3rd Floor
Annapolis, Maryland 21401​
Phone: 410-260-3872
By Email: PIA.SOS@Maryland.gov

Please include "Public Records Request" in the subject line of your email.

 

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