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10.32.16.00.htm 10.32.16.00. Title 10 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE Subtitle 32 BOARD OF PHYSICIANS Chapter 16 Petition for Declaratory Ruling Authority: State Government Article, §10-301―10-305, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.32.16.01.htm 10.32.16.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Board" means the Board of Physicians.. 2) "Designee" means a person or committee to whom the Board has delegated responsibility for consideration of a petition.3) "Person" means:. a) An individual;. b) An agency;. c) An association;. d) A corporation; or. e) Any other entity..
10.32.16.02.htm 10.32.16.02. 02 Petition.. A. An interested person may file with the Board a petition for a declaratory ruling with respect to the manner in which the Board would apply:1) A statute;. 2) A regulation; or. 3) An order which the Board enforces to a particular case based on the facts presented in the petition.B. The Board may delegate responsibility for consideration of the petition. The delegation may be limited to the:1) Study of a request; and.
10.32.16.03.htm 10.32.16.03. 03 Consideration and Disposition.. A. Consideration.. 1) A petition will be granted whenever the Board or the Board's designee considers issuing a declaratory ruling advisable under the circumstances.2) In rendering its ruling, the Board or the Board's designee:. a) Shall consider all materials submitted with the petition;. b) May consider any document, data, or other relevant material;. c) May consult individuals;. d) May consider comments from the staff; and.
10.32.16.04.htm 10.32.16.04. 04 Effect, Revision, and Appeal.. A. Effect. A declaratory ruling shall be binding on the Board and the petitioner on the statement of facts covered in the declaratory ruling.B. Application for Revision.. 1) The petitioner shall file an application for revision within 10 days after the issuance of the declaratory ruling.2) The Board shall determine whether to reopen the declaratory ruling.. 3) The Board may summarily deny an application for revision.. 4) An application for rev
10.32.16.9999.htm 10.32.16. Administrative History Effective date: April 5, 1999 (26:7 Md. R. 543).
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