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09.34.06.00.htm 09.34.06.00. Title 09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Subtitle 34 OFFICE OF CEMETERY OVERSIGHT Chapter 06 Crematories ― Permit and Registration Process and Fees Authority: Business Regulation Article, §5-102, 5-204, 5-205, 5-301―5-310, 5-312, 5-401―5-403, and 5-901―5-905, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.34.06.01.htm 09.34.06.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter governs the permit process for persons, regulated under Business Regulation Article, Title 5, Annotated Code of Maryland, who operate a crematory in the State and the fees for crematory and registered crematory operator permits.
09.34.06.02.htm 09.34.06.02. 02 Permit Issuing Agency.. A. A person who holds a permit or registration under Business Regulation Article, Title 5, Annotated Code of Maryland, and owns a greater interest in a crematory than a licensee under Health Occupations Article, Title 7, Annotated Code of Maryland, shall obtain a permit to engage in the operation of a crematory from the Office.B. A person whose ownership interest in a crematory is equal to the ownership interest in the crematory of a licensee under H
09.34.06.03.htm 09.34.06.03. 03 Permit ― Requirements for Permit for a Crematory Owned by a Corporation, Limited Liability Company, or Partnership.A. A corporation, limited liability company, or partnership shall receive a permit to operate a crematory in this State if the corporation, limited liability company, or partnership meets the permit requirements of this regulation.B. A corporation, limited liability company, or partnership shall receive a permit if the entity:. 1) Completes an application form;.
09.34.06.04.htm 09.34.06.04. 04 Permit ― Requirements for Permit for a Crematory Owned by a Sole Proprietor.. A. A sole proprietor applicant for a crematory permit shall receive a permit to operate a crematory in this State if the sole proprietor applicant meets the permit requirements of this regulation.B. A sole proprietor shall receive a permit if the sole proprietor:. 1) Completes an application form;. 2) Pays the nonrefundable application fee and any other fees due under this chapter;.
09.34.06.05.htm 09.34.06.05. 05 Permit ― Requirements for Registration for a Registered Crematory Operator.. A. An individual shall register with and receive a permit from the Office as a registered crematory operator if the individual meets the registration requirements of this regulation.B. An individual shall be registered with the Office as a registered crematory operator if the individual:1) Completes an application form;.
09.34.06.06.htm 09.34.06.06. 06 Permit ― Requirements for Permit for a New Crematory Owned by a Corporation, Limited Liability Company, or Partnership.A. A corporation, limited liability company, or partnership shall receive a permit to operate a new crematory in this State if the corporation, limited liability company, or partnership meets the permit requirements of this regulation.B. A corporation, limited liability company, or partnership shall receive a permit from the Office if, at least 30 days prior
09.34.06.07.htm 09.34.06.07. 07 Permit ― Requirements for a New Crematory Owned by a Sole Proprietor.. A. A sole proprietor applicant for a new crematory shall receive a permit to operate if the sole proprietor applicant meets the permit requirements of this regulation.B. A sole proprietor shall receive a permit from the Office if, at least 30 days prior to the opening of the new crematory, the sole proprietor applicant:1) Completes an application form;.
09.34.06.08.htm 09.34.06.08. 08 Change of Information.. The responsible party shall notify the Office of any change in the information provided in the application for permit for a crematory or for a permit as a registered crematory operator, either before or after the issuance of a permit, within 1 week of the date of the change.
09.34.06.09.htm 09.34.06.09. 09 Renewal.. A. Before the expiration date of a permit, a permit holder shall complete and return the renewal form, pay the renewal fee, and submit any required documentation.B. A person who has a permit to engage in the operation of a crematory or a permit as a registered crematory operator may renew the permit every 2 years, beginning on a date specified by the Office, in the following manner:1) Complete the renewal application form;.
09.34.06.10.htm 09.34.06.10. 10 Lapsed Permit.. A person who has been issued a permit and who has allowed the permit to lapse for at least 6 months may apply for a permit in the following manner:A. Complete a permit application form;. B. Pay the permit fee and the late renewal fee under Regulation .12 of this chapter;. C. Meet the permit requirements under Regulation .03, .04, or .05 of this chapter;. D. Submit the documentation required by Regulation .03, .04, or .05 of this chapter;. E. Provide a full written
09.34.06.11.htm 09.34.06.11. 11 Hearings ― Permit Denial.. A. Permit Denial. An applicant or permit holder applying for an initial or renewal permit to the Office may be denied the issuance of a permit, subject to the hearing provisions of Business Regulation Article, §5-312, Annotated Code of Maryland.B. Hearing Before Director of Office.. 1) Except as otherwise provided in §B(2)6) of this regulation, all contested cases before the Director of the Office shall be governed by COMAR 09.01.02.
09.34.06.12.htm 09.34.06.12. 12 Fees.. A. Permit fees:. 1) Crematory permit ― $350;. 2) Registered Crematory Operator permit ― $300;. 3) Crematory permit renewal ― $350;. 4) Registered Crematory Operator permit renewal ― $300; and. 5) Late renewal fee ― $200.. B. Miscellaneous fees:. 1) Replacement of permit ― $50;. 2) Returned check fee ― $50;. 3) Additional copy of permit ― $50;. 4) Business name change ― $50;. 5) Personal name change ― $50;. 6) Business address change ― $50; and.
09.34.06.13.htm 09.34.06.13. 13 Display of Permit.. A permit holder shall display the permit conspicuously, in a public area at each business address of the permit holder.
09.34.06.14.htm 09.34.06.14. 14 Cremation Prior to Obtaining a Permit.. A crematory may cremate the human remains of one decedent prior to obtaining a permit from the Office, provided:A. The cremation is only performed as part of the manufacturer’s operator training course for the cremation machinery in which the cremation takes place; andB. The person or persons with the right to final disposition of the decedent are notified and have given permission prior to the cremation.
09.34.06.9999.htm 09.34.06.9999. Administrative History Effective date: March 31, 2014 (41:6 Md. R. 378). Regulation .14 adopted as an emergency provision effective August 28, 2014 (41:19 Md. R. 1074) adopted permanently effective November 24, 2014 (41:23 Md. R. 1372)
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