Under the foreclosure rules in Maryland, interest may accrue on the unpaid balance of the foreclosure purchase price from the date of the foreclosure sale until final settlement. The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland recently held in Zorzit v 915 W. 36th Street, LLC that a court may abate the accrued foreclosure sale interest only when third parties cause delays in the final settlement. A court does not have discretion to abate accrued interest due to delays resulting from the judicial process or caused by the purchaser when the "Terms of Sale" set out in the foreclosure advertisement provide that the purchaser will pay interest through the date of final settlement.