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11.12.05.00.htm 11.12.05.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 12 MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION ― LICENSING OF BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS Chapter 05 Public Information Authority: General Provisions Article, Title 4; Transportation Article, §12-104(b) and 12-111; Annotated Code of Maryland
11.12.05.01.htm 11.12.05.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Administration” means the Motor Vehicle Administration.. 2) “Applicant” means the person requesting inspection of public records.. 3) “Custodian” means an authorized person employed by the Division, having personal custody and control of records of an individual in an occupation or profession licensed by the Administration.
11.12.05.02.htm 11.12.05.02. 02 Inspection of Occupational or Professional Records.. Without a compelling public purpose, the custodian shall deny inspection of that part of a record that contains information about the licensing of an occupation or profession except as provided by General Provisions Article, §4-333(b) Annotated Code of Maryland.
11.12.05.03.htm 11.12.05.03. 03 Exception for Compelling Public Purpose.. The custodian may permit inspection of records other than those allowed under General Provisions Article, §4-333(b) Annotated Code of Maryland, if a compelling public purpose can be demonstrated.
11.12.05.04.htm 11.12.05.04. 04 Compelling Public Purpose Demonstrated.. A compelling public purpose can be demonstrated under General Provisions Article, §4-333(b) Annotated Code of Maryland, if the applicant:A. Has entered into, or contemplates entering into, a contract with the person in interest;. B. Is a federal, state, or local governmental agency;. C. Has filed a complaint with the Administration against the person in interest;.
11.12.05.05.htm 11.12.05.05. 05 Access to Records When Compelling Public Purpose Demonstrated.. If the custodian finds that a compelling purpose has been demonstrated and allows inspection of records other than those permitted by General Provisions Article, §4-333(b) Annotated Code of Maryland, the custodian may only permit inspection of the following:A. If the applicant demonstrates a compelling public purpose under Regulation .04A, D, or E, the custodian may disclose records of:1) The number, nature, an
11.12.05.06.htm 11.12.05.06. 06 Disclosure Subject to Public Information Act.. Disclosure of a record allowed for under this chapter is subject to the provisions of General Provisions Article, Title 4, Annotated Code of Maryland.
11.12.05.9999.htm 11.12.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date: August 20, 1990 (17:16 Md. R. 1991). Regulation .01B amended effective February 24, 2020 (47:4 Md. R. 261). Regulation .02 amended effective February 24, 2020 (47:4 Md. R. 261). Regulation .03 amended effective February 24, 2020 (47:4 Md. R. 261). Regulation .04 amended effective February 24, 2020 (47:4 Md. R. 261). Regulation .05 amended effective February 24, 2020 (47:4 Md. R. 261).
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