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11.12.03.00.htm 11.12.03.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 12 MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION ― LICENSING OF BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS Chapter 03 Automotive Dismantlers and Recyclers, and Scrap Processors Authority: Transportation Article, §12-104(b) and 15-511, Annotated Code of Maryland
11.12.03.01.htm 11.12.03.01. 01 Licensing of Automotive Dismantlers and Recyclers, and Scrap Processors.. A. A person may not obtain an automotive dismantler and recycler's or scrap processor's license under the applicable provisions of the Transportation Article unless the applicant for the license meets the requirements set forth in this chapter and pays the required fee as set forth in COMAR 11.11.05.B. Every automotive dismantler and recycler or scrap processor location shall be subject to inspecti
11.12.03.02.htm 11.12.03.02. 02 Trader’s License, Zoning, and Locations Adjoining Water or in a Flood Plain.. A. The applicant or licensee, or both, shall have a valid trader’s license. The trader’s license shall be displayed in the office of the licensed business in a conspicuous place.B. The automotive dismantler and recycler or scrap processor location shall comply with all local ordinances, zoning regulations, and applicable State and federal laws.
11.12.03.03.htm 11.12.03.03. 03 Office Requirements.. A. The office shall be housed at the automotive dismantler and recycler's or scrap processor's fixed location and shall be adequate and appropriate for the business so conducted.B. The office shall contain at least one desk, chair, and file cabinet and a telephone specifically used for business.C. The Administration, in the exercise of its administrative discretion, may license scrap processors not geographically located within the boundaries
11.12.03.04.htm 11.12.03.04. 04 Necessary Equipment for Scrap Processor.. Scrap processors shall have a scale capable of handling vehicular traffic in addition to the equipment in Transportation Article, § 15-503(b) The Administration may approve other equipment capable of rendering the scrap acceptable to any smelting operation without further processing by the scrap processor.
11.12.03.05.htm 11.12.03.05. 05 Inventory Reporting and Vehicle Identification Device.. A. Every licensed automotive dismantler and recycler or scrap processor shall use its business license number when entering information into the Administration’s designee’s electronic system, on all forms, and in all advertisements, including any statements or representations made in any newspaper, pamphlet, circular, other publication, including but not limited to electronic media, radio or television, and in or on any n
11.12.03.06.htm 11.12.03.06. 06 Storage.. Vehicles acquired by automotive dismantlers and recyclers that have not been flattened or cubed may not be stored more than two high and shall be stored in a safe and secure manner readily accessible to inspection.
11.12.03.07.htm 11.12.03.07. 07 Acceptable Forms of Documentary Evidence of Ownership.. Except as provided in Regulation .05E(2) of this chapter, upon taking possession of a vehicle, or before dismantling, destroying, or scrapping the vehicle, an automotive dismantler and recycler or scrap processor must obtain one of the following forms of documentary evidence of ownership:A. Certificate of Title;. B. Salvage Certificate;. C. For individuals not listed in the records of the Administration as the s
11.12.03.08.htm 11.12.03.08. 08 Refund of Licensing Fees.. A. If a license issued under Regulation .01 of this chapter is voluntarily canceled before the beginning of the second full year, the Administration shall refund the fee paid for the second license year.B. Requests for refunds shall be submitted in writing, on forms provided by the Administration, after the cancellation of the registration and before the first day of the second registration year.
11.12.03.9999.htm 11.12.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: November 19, 1973. Regulation .06A amended effective October 13, 1976 (3:21 Md. R. 1207). Regulation .10 amended effective November 26, 1975 (2:27 Md. R. 1628) ―. Chapter revised effective October 31, 1980 (7:22 Md. R. 2074). Regulation .01A amended effective January 1, 1992 (18:25 Md. R. 2752). Regulation .01E adopted effective May 6, 1996 (23:9 Md. R. 670). Regulation .02 amended effective May 2, 1988 (15:9 Md. R. 1109).
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