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09.13.01.00.htm 09.13.01.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 13 BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS Chapter 01 Code of Ethics for the Practice of Professional Land Surveying and Property Line Surveying Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-205, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.13.01.01.htm 09.13.01.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In the Code of Ethics, the following words have the meaning indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Board" means the Board for Professional Land Surveyors.. 2) “Licensee” means any person holding a license issued by the Board as a professional land surveyor or a property line surveyor.
09.13.01.02.htm 09.13.01.02. 02 Responsibility to the Public.. In the performance of a licensee’s professional duties, the licensee shall make every reasonable effort to protect the safety, health, property, and welfare of the public. If the licensee’s professional judgment is overruled under circumstances in which the safety, health, property, or welfare of the public is endangered, the licensee shall inform the licensee’s employer or client of the possible consequences.
09.13.01.03.htm 09.13.01.03. 03 Public Statements, Reports, and Testimony.. A. A licensee may not make statements or reports, or give expert testimony, on land-surveying matters connected with public policy, if the licensee’s remarks are inspired by or paid for by an interested party, unless the licensee precedes the remarks by identifying himself or herself, by disclosing the identity of the party on whose behalf the licensee is speaking, and by revealing the existence of any pecuniary interest
09.13.01.04.htm 09.13.01.04. 04 Competency for Assignments Undertaken or Approved.. A. A licensee may undertake or perform land-surveying assignments only when qualified to do so by education or experience, or both, in the specific field of land surveying involved.B. A licensee may affix the licensee’s signature or seal to land surveying documents only if:. 1) The licensee is competent in the subject matter of those documents by virtue of education or experience, or both; and2) The documents were pre
09.13.01.05.htm 09.13.01.05. 05 Conflicts of Interest.. A. A licensee shall avoid conflicts of interest with the licensee’s employer or client. Whenever conflicts of interest appear unavoidable, however, the licensee shall disclose promptly and fully all the circumstances to the employer or client.B. A licensee shall promptly inform the licensee’s employer or client of any business association, interests, or circumstances which may influence the licensee’s judgment or the quality of services to
09.13.01.06.htm 09.13.01.06. 06 Improper Solicitation of Professional Employment.. A. Other than the usual commissions paid to licensed employment agencies, a licensee may not compensate, give anything of value, or offer to compensate or give anything of value, as follows:1) To a person or organization to recommend or secure the licensee’s employment as a professional land surveyor or a property line surveyor; or2) As a reward for having made a recommendation resulting in the licensee’s employment as a professi
09.13.01.07.htm 09.13.01.07. 07 Knowledge of Improper Conduct by Others.. Except to the extent the rules of privilege may apply, when questioned by any member or authorized representative of the Board concerning any alleged violation of another person or organization, a licensee may not conceal or refuse to divulge information that the licensee may have, or make false or misleading statements about the matter.
09.13.01.08.htm 09.13.01.08. 08 Licensees’ Designation.. A licensee may not use any designation after the licensee’s name on any business communication which misleads the public as to whether the licensee is a professional land surveyor or a property line surveyor.
09.13.01.09.htm 09.13.01.09. 09 Failure to Respond.. A licensee shall respond to the Board in writing within 20 days of receipt of a written communication directed to the licensee by the Board. Failure to respond as required by this regulation may be considered by the Board to be a violation of Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-317(a)1)v) Annotated Code of Maryland.
09.13.01.9999.htm 09.13.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: December 30, 1977 (4:27 Md. R. 2106). Regulation .01B amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437). Regulation .02 amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437). Regulation .03 amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437). Regulation .04 amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437). Regulation .05 amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437). Regulation .06 amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437).
09.13.02.00.htm 09.13.02.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 13 BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS Chapter 02 Hearing Regulations Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-208(a) and 15-320, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.13.02.01.htm 09.13.02.01. 01 Hearings Before the Board.. A. Except as otherwise provided in §B and C of this regulation, all contested case hearings before the Board shall be governed by COMAR 09.01.02.B. The administrative unit shall send the hearing notice described in COMAR 09.01.02.07B:. 1) At least 30 days before the hearing; or. 2) If the parties have agreed to a date for which 30 days notice cannot be given, at the earliest time possible.C. During the hearing, the presiding officer may r
09.13.02.02.htm 09.13.02.02. 02 Hearings Delegated to the Office of Administrative Hearings.. All contested case hearings delegated to the Office of Administrative Hearings shall be governed by COMAR 09.01.03.
09.13.02.03.htm 09.13.02.03. 03 Complaint Committee.. A. The presiding officer shall appoint one professional Board member and one consumer Board member to constitute the complaint committee.B. The complaint committee shall:. 1) Review all complaints filed with the Board; and. 2) Make a recommendation to the full Board on the disposition of each matter.. C. Before making a recommendation on a complaint, the complaint committee may request that the Department perform an investigation to obtain additiona
09.13.02.9999.htm 09.13.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date: August 25, 1978 (5:17 Md. R. 1328). Regulations .01 and .02 General Hearing Regulations repealed and new Regulations .01―03 Hearing Regulations adopted effective August 4, 2003 (30:15 Md. R. 991)
09.13.03.00.htm 09.13.03.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 13 BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS Chapter 03 Survey Markers Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, § 15-208, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.13.03.01.htm 09.13.03.01. 01 Purpose.. The purpose of these regulations is to promulgate minimum standards for survey markers set by all licensees that will insure the permanency of the marker and allow for easy identification of the licensee responsible for setting the marker.
09.13.03.02.htm 09.13.03.02. 02 Marker Specifications.. A. All licensees shall use a survey marker made of durable material that will activate a magnetic detector.B. The material for a survey marker may include any one of the following:. 1) Iron pipe;. 2) Iron rod;. 3) Rebar;. 4) Impregnated plastic stake; or. 5) Concrete monument..
09.13.03.03.htm 09.13.03.03. 03 Marker Identification.. A. The top of all survey markers, described in Regulation .02, of this chapter, set by a licensee or a permit holder shall have a legible inscription that identifies the licensee or a permit holder responsible for setting the survey marker.B. The top of all survey markers, described in Regulation .02, of this chapter, set by a licensee or a permit holder shall have a legible inscription stating the words "Property Marker" or the abbrevi
09.13.03.04.htm 09.13.03.04. 04 Existing Natural Markers.. A. All licensees shall put an identifying mark on all existing objects that serve as markers for property corners.B. The identifying mark may include any one of the following:. 1) Drill hole;. 2) Cross cut;. 3) Square cut;. 4) Spike;. 5) P.K. nail; or. 6) Lag bolt.. C. All licensees shall describe the identifying mark in any legal description or plat prepared by the licensee.
09.13.03.9999.htm 09.13.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 1, 1984 (10:16 Md. R. 1453). Regulation .03 amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437). Regulation .03B amended effective January 1, 1984 (10:24 Md. R. 2188).
09.13.04.00.htm 09.13.04.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 13 BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS Chapter 04 Disciplinary Actions Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-208(a) Annotated Code of Maryland
09.13.04.01.htm 09.13.04.01. 01 Definitions.. A. For purposes of Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-318(5) Annotated Code of Maryland, the following terms have the meanings indicated.B. Terms Defined.. 1) Gross Negligence.. a) "Gross negligence" means a wrongful act or omission, more culpable in nature than simple inadvertence or mistake, characterized by disregard of the property rights of others. It is conduct which constitutes substantial departure from the standard of care required of profe
09.13.04.9999.htm 09.13.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date: March 18, 1991 (18:5 Md. R. 594). Regulation .01B amended effective January 24, 2000 (27:1 Md. R. 74).
09.13.05.00.htm 09.13.05.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 13 BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS Chapter 05 Fees Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-101, 15-207―15-209, 15-306, 15-307, 15-307.1, 15-311, 15-312, 15-314―15-316, 15-321, 15-403, 15-404, and 15-406; Business Regulation Article, §2-106, 2-106.1, and 2-106.2; Annotated Code of Maryland
09.13.05.01.htm 09.13.05.01. 01 Purpose.. This chapter is intended to carry out the provisions of Business Regulation Article, §2-106.1 and 2-106.2, Annotated Code of Maryland, and Business Occupations and Professions Article, Title 15, Annotated Code of Maryland. In particular, it is intended to set various fees in order to cover the actual documented direct and indirect costs of fulfilling the statutory and regulatory duties of the State Board of Architects, the State Board of Certifie
09.13.05.02.htm 09.13.05.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meaning indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Board" means the State Board for Professional Land Surveyors.. 2) "Design boards" means collectively the:. a) State Board of Architects;. b) State Board of Certified Interior Designers;. c) State Board of Examiners of Landscape Architects;. d) State Board for Professional Engineers; and. e) Board.. 3) "License fee" means the fee paid by an applicant or licensee, as applica
09.13.05.03.htm 09.13.05.03. 03 Fees and Costs.. A. The Secretary and the design boards have agreed to average their direct and indirect costs, based on the calculation of costs performed by the Secretary in consultation with the design boards. Based on these calculations, the Board sets the following fees:1) License fee ― $76.50;. 2) Permit fee ― $100;. 3) Nonrefundable initial application fee payable in connection with:. a) An application for permit ― $35;.
09.13.05.04.htm 09.13.05.04. 04 Retired Status License.. The Board sets the following fees in connection with a retired status license:. A. Retired status license fee ― $25;. B. Reactivation from retired status fee ― $100 for each lapsed licensing period, but not to exceed $300.
09.13.05.9999.htm 09.13.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date: August 16, 1993 (20:16 Md. R. 1277). Regulation .01A amended effective December 18, 1995 (22:25 Md. R. 1961). Regulation .01 repealed and new Regulation .01 adopted as an emergency provision effective September 5, 1997 (24:20 Md. R. 1401) adopted permanently effective January 26, 1998 (25:2 Md. R. 76)Regulation .01 amended as an emergency provision effective December 18, 1998 (26:2 Md. R. 103) amended permanently effective
09.13.06.00.htm 09.13.06.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 13 BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS Chapter 06 Minimum Standards of Practice Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-208(b)4) Annotated Code of Maryland
09.13.06.01.htm 09.13.06.01. 01 Purpose.. A. In the general interest of the public, these standards are promulgated to set forth the minimum acceptable level of performance to be exercised by all individuals practicing professional land surveying and property line surveying in Maryland.B. If anything contained in these regulations conflicts with other federal or State requirements, the more stringent requirements shall be followed.
09.13.06.02.htm 09.13.06.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "As-constructed survey" has the meaning stated in Regulation .07 of this chapter.. 2) "Bench mark" means an identifiable stable reference point established as a record for future use or reestablishment of the elevation datum of a survey requiring vertical data.3) "Boundary survey" has the meaning stated in Regulation .03 of this chapter.. 4) "Consumer" means a pro
09.13.06.03.htm 09.13.06.03. 03 Boundary Surveys.. A. Purpose.. 1) The boundary survey is a means of marking boundaries for sufficient definition and identification to uniquely locate each lot, parcel, or tract.2) The purpose of a boundary survey is to establish, reestablish, or describe, or all of these, the physical position and extent of the boundaries of real property.B. Result. Unless otherwise directed by the party requesting the survey, sufficient monuments or reference control points whi
09.13.06.04.htm 09.13.06.04. 04 Field Run Topographic Surveys.. A. Purpose. The purpose of a field run topographic survey is to locate, describe, or map, or all of these, the elevations and positions of the physical features and characteristics of the surface of the earth including spot elevations, contours, and other features.B. Result.. 1) The results of a topographic survey shall clearly show the results of the field and office work and shall be presented, depending on the type of professional services reque
09.13.06.05.htm 09.13.06.05. 05 Field Run Planimetric Surveys.. A. Purpose. The purpose of a field run planimetric survey is to locate, describe, or map, or all of these, the horizontal positions of the physical features and characteristics of the surface of the earth and other features.B. Result.. 1) The results of a planimetric survey shall clearly show the results of the field and office work, and shall be presented, depending on the type of professional services requested, in the form of:b) A worksheet;.
09.13.06.06.htm 09.13.06.06. 06 Location Drawings.. A. Purpose. The purpose of a location drawing is to locate, describe, and represent the positions of buildings or other visible improvements affecting the subject property.B. Result. The location drawing shall delineate the subject property and the location of the buildings and other visible improvements on the property. Location drawings do not include foundation certifications or wall checks.C. Approval by the Consumer and Disclosures..
09.13.06.07.htm 09.13.06.07. 07 As-Constructed or Record Surveys.. A. General. At the time the surveyor performs as-constructed, sometimes referred to as an as-built, or record surveys, the surveyor shall obtain field measurements of vertical or horizontal dimensions, or both, of constructed improvements. The constructed improvements located by the survey shall be shown by symbols, notations, or delineations and shall be so certified. All plats prepared shall meet these minimum technical
09.13.06.08.htm 09.13.06.08. 08 Metes and Bounds Descriptions.. A. Purpose. The purpose of a metes and bounds description is to create a written legal description of the subject tract of land that provides information necessary to properly locate the property on the ground and distinctly set it apart from all other properties.B. Result.. 1) A metes and bounds description shall indicate the general location of the property by:. a) Naming the particular lot or block, or other acceptable identification w
09.13.06.09.htm 09.13.06.09. 09 Right-of-Way/Easement Surveys.. A. General. A right-of-way/easement survey is a means of obtaining, reporting, or displaying, or all of these, the necessary data to establish or reestablish the location of sufficient property lines of the affected tract of land to assure the accurate location of the strip or parcel of land being described for the use and benefit of others.B. Result. A right-of-way/easement survey shall result in the establishment of the location of lines
09.13.06.10.htm 09.13.06.10. 10 Special Purpose Surveys.. A. General. A survey not previously defined in these regulations is classified as a special purpose survey and is permitted. The purpose and conditions of this survey shall be clearly shown on the survey plats. A survey performed in accordance with this regulation may not be construed to constitute a variance from these standards.B. Special Conditions. If special conditions exist that effectively prevent the survey from meeting the minimum standards set
09.13.06.11.htm 09.13.06.11. 11 Compliance with Federal, State, and Local Requirements.. The surveyor shall comply with all applicable federal, State, and local requirements related to the preparation of site plans, road and street plans, subdivision plans and plats, condominium plats, foundation certifications, wall checks, sediment and erosion control plans, storm drain plans, stormwater management design plans, and any other surveying work products.
09.13.06.12.htm 09.13.06.12. 12 Business Practices.. A. Before undertaking the performance of professional services for which payment or other consideration is expected, a surveyor or a duly authorized agent of the surveyor shall discuss at least the following with the requesting party:1) The type of survey required;. 2) The limits to be surveyed;. 3) The specific survey services to be provided;. 4) An approximate completion time schedule; and. 5) An agreement for payment.. B. For mutual protection,
09.13.06.13.htm 09.13.06.13. 13 Violation of Minimum Standards.. Violation of the minimum standards of practice by a professional land surveyor or a property line surveyor shall constitute grounds for disciplinary actions under Business Occupations and Professions Article, Title 15, Annotated Code of Maryland.
09.13.06.14.htm 09.13.06.14. 14 Review.. The Board shall undertake a periodic review of the minimum standards of practice set forth in these regulations to assure their accuracy and completeness and shall make those changes, if any, it deems appropriate.
09.13.06.9999.htm 09.13.06.9999. Administrative History Effective date: December 1, 1994 (21:22 Md. R. 1875). Annotation: Regulations .01―10, which were adopted effective December 1, 1994, can be found at 21:21 Md. R. 1875 and 21:11 Md. R. 958. Judicial action stayed the effectiveness of these regulations. Maryland Society of Surveyors et al. v. William A. Fogle et al. Case No. 94314037/CE 188625, Circuit Court for Baltimore City. A consent order, dated January 27, 1995, required the repeal of these regul
09.13.07.00.htm 09.13.07.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 13 BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS Chapter 07 Educational Equivalency Requirements Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-305, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.13.07.01.htm 09.13.07.01. 01 Purpose.. A. This chapter applies to an applicant who seeks eligibility to sit for the applicable examination for licensure as a professional land surveyor, as described in Business Occupations and Professions Article, Title 15, Annotated Code of Maryland, and this chapter.B. Pursuant to Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-305, Annotated Code of Maryland, an applicant for the appropriate licensing examination as a professional land surveyor shall meet cert
09.13.07.02.htm 09.13.07.02. 02 Guidelines.. A. The table in §B of this regulation sets forth the guidelines for the recommended experience criteria and tasks by surveying category. The Board has the final authority with regard to the total or partial credit for the amount of hours claimed by an applicant, the types and variety of tasks allegedly completed by an applicant, and all other matters related to these guidelines.B. Experience Criteria and Tasks by Surveying Category..
09.13.07.03.htm 09.13.07.03. 03 General Requirements.. A. An applicant for the principles and practice examination under Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-305, Annotated Code of Maryland, shall have 2 years of experience generally described in Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-101(g)vi) Annotated Code of Maryland, and commonly known as "minor engineering experience.B. An applicant may be able to meet a 2-year experiential requirement set forth in this regulation b
09.13.07.04.htm 09.13.07.04. 04 Educational Equivalency.. A. An applicant may claim 3 semester credit hours as an equivalent of 6 months of minor engineering experience after the completion, to the Board's satisfaction, of the courses described in this chapter.B. In order to be eligible for the Board's approval, the courses of instruction shall be in the following areas:1) Hydraulics;. 2) Surface water hydrology;. 3) Route surveying or road design;. 4) Storm drainage system design;.
09.13.07.05.htm 09.13.07.05. 05 Determination of Value.. A. An applicant shall furnish, at the time of filing the appropriate examination application, evidence of having completed, to the Board's satisfaction, the eligible course or courses, as described in Regulation .04 of this chapter.B. A semester credit hour is defined as not less than 15 standard 50-minute classroom hours of instruction.
09.13.07.06.htm 09.13.07.06. 06 Board's Discretion.. The Board has the final authority with regard to the approval of the type and value of courses and any other matters related to the educational equivalency requirements described in this chapter.
09.13.07.9999.htm 09.13.07.9999. Administrative History Effective date: April 3, 2000 (27:6 Md. R. 641).
09.13.08.00.htm 09.13.08.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 13 BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS Chapter 08 Continuing Professional Competency Requirements Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-314(f) 15-315, and 15-316, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.13.08.01.htm 09.13.08.01. 01 Purpose.. The public interest requires that professional land surveyors and property line surveyors provide competent services in all areas of practice. The State legislature has determined that it is in the best interest of the public to require professional land surveyors and property line surveyors to comply with the continuing professional competency requirements as a prerequisite to the renewal of an applicable license.
09.13.08.02.htm 09.13.08.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meaning indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Activity" means attending and completing qualifying courses, seminars, workshops, technical presentations, and other qualifying programs that meet the criteria and objectives of continuing professional competency.2) "Authorized provider" means an organization or individual reviewed and approved by the CPC Standards Committee.
09.13.08.03.htm 09.13.08.03. 03 Requirements.. A. A licensee shall complete, as a condition of a license renewal in each individual 2-year renewal cycle, a minimum of 24 CPC units earned from the participation in and upon completion of qualifying activities described in Regulation .04.B. A minimum of 4 CPC units in every individual 2-year renewal cycle shall be earned from the participation in and upon completion of qualifying activities with content areas related to the following:
09.13.08.04.htm 09.13.08.04. 04 Qualifying Activities.. In order for an activity to be considered a qualifying activity, the activity must meet the following criteria:A. Maintain and enhance professional competency of professional land surveyors or property line surveyors; andB. Foster improvement, advancement, and extension of professional skills and knowledge related to the practice of land surveying or property line surveying.
09.13.08.05.htm 09.13.08.05. 05 Determination of Qualifying Activities by the Board.. The determination of whether the activity constitutes a qualifying activity is within the discretion of the Board.
09.13.08.06.htm 09.13.08.06. 06 Nonqualifying Activities.. Activities that do not meet the criteria set forth in Regulation .04 of this chapter shall be considered to be non-qualifying activities, including, but not limited to, the following:A. Regular employment as professional land surveyor or property line surveyor, or expert witness;. B. Repetitive attendance of the same programs without substantial modifications or updates;. C. Time management techniques and strategies;.
09.13.08.07.htm 09.13.08.07. 07 Sources of Credit and Determination of Units.. A. A licensee may earn the CPC units by any of the following methods:. 1) Attending and successfully completing qualifying activities in which the teaching methodology consists primarily of systematic presentation of subjects related to the practice of land or property line surveying, as such activities may from time to time be preapproved by the Board;2) Subject to limitations set forth in this Regulation, teaching of, lectur
09.13.08.08.htm 09.13.08.08. 08 Determination of Unitsメ Value by the Board.. The final determination with regard to the value, sources, and number of credits is within the discretion of the Board.
09.13.08.09.htm 09.13.08.09. 09 Approval of Providers.. A. Responsibility for Providers’ Approval.. 1) The Board shall select and establish a committee to approve providers of the CPC units (the "CPC Standards Committee"2) The CPC Standards Committee shall consist of the following individuals:. a) A professional land or property line surveyor serving on the Board; and. b) A consumer member serving on the Board.. 3) In addition to the individuals referred to in §A(2) of this regulation, the CPC Standards Committ
09.13.08.10.htm 09.13.08.10. 10 Record Keeping.. A. Responsibility to Maintain Records.. 1) The responsibility of maintaining records to be used to support the continuing professional competency credit claim is the responsibility of each licensee.2) A licensee shall maintain the records for a period of at least 4 years from the date of completion of the qualifying activity.B. Documentation referred to in §A(2) of this regulation, includes, but is not limited to, the following:1) Certificates of participation;.
09.13.08.11.htm 09.13.08.11. 11 Reporting Requirements for License Renewal.. A. A licensee shall attest to the satisfactory completion of the CPC requirements prior to the licensee's individual license renewal for the following 2-year cycle. The licensee shall provide the attestation in connection with the renewal application and shall pay appropriate renewal fees.B. The Board at its discretion may audit randomly selected licensees to ascertain compliance with CPC requirements.C. Licensees who are audi
09.13.08.12.htm 09.13.08.12. 12 Extenuating Circumstances/Exceptions.. A. Exemptions. Notwithstanding other requirements set forth in this chapter, a licensee who is granted an initial license may renew a license for the next full term without complying with the CPC requirements if:1) The licensee has been granted an initial license and is renewing a license for the next full term; and2) The licensee qualifies under the criteria set forth in Business Regulation Article, Title 2.5, Annotated Code of Maryland.
09.13.08.13.htm 09.13.08.13. 13 Failure to Meet the CPC Requirements.. In the event a licensee fails to comply with the CPC requirements set forth in this chapter, the Board, subject to the hearing provisions of Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15-319, Annotated Code of Maryland, may take any and all available disciplinary actions under Business Occupations and Professions Article, §15–317, Annotated Code of Maryland.
09.13.08.14.htm 09.13.08.14. 14 Reinstatement of License.. A licensee who wishes to reinstate a license shall fulfill past due CPC requirements for the previous CPC reporting periods up to 48 CPC units and pay all applicable fees.
09.13.08.15.htm 09.13.08.15. 15 Reactivation of Retired Status License.. An individual who elects to receive a retired status license shall be exempt from the compliance with the CPC requirements. In the event such individual elects to have the license reactivated, the individual shall fulfill past due CPC requirements up to 48 CPC units and pay all applicable fees.
09.13.08.16.htm 09.13.08.16. 16 Dual Licensees.. A licensee who maintains current licenses in the State of Maryland both as a professional land or property line surveyor and as a professional engineer shall comply with the CPC requirements set forth in COMAR 09.23.06 applicable to licensed professional engineers, except that a minimum of 1/3 of the units earned shall be gained from the qualifying programs on a land surveying subject as set forth in Regulations .03 and .04 of this chapter.
09.13.08.17.htm 09.13.08.17. 17 CPC Units Earned in Other States.. The Board will accept CPC units earned for activities completed in other jurisdictions, provided that:A. The activities and programs are consistent and comply with the requisite criteria set forth in this chapter;B. Licensee provides evidence of attending and completing a qualifying activity in another state, together with applicable number of CPC units earned; andC. Licensee otherwise fulfills all other applicable license renewal require
09.13.08.9999.htm 09.13.08.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 7, 2002 (28:26 Md. R. 2272). Regulation .03B, C amended effective February 9, 2009 (36:3 Md. R. 208). Chapter revised effective April 2, 2012 (39:6 Md. R. 408). Regulation .02B amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437). Regulation .03 amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437). Regulation .04 amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437). Regulation .05 amended effective May 8, 2017 (44:9 Md. R. 437).
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