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11.16.04.00.htm 11.16.04.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 16 MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION ― VEHICLE OPERATIONS Chapter 04 Revocation of Disabled Registration Plates and Parking Placards Authority: Transportation Article, §12-104(b) 13-616, 13-616.1, and 13-616.2, Annotated Code of Maryland
11.16.04.01.htm 11.16.04.01. 01 Purpose.. The purpose of this chapter is to establish procedures for the revocation of disabled registration plates and parking placards issued by the Administration under Transportation Article, §13-616, 13-616.1, or 13-616.2, Annotated Code of Maryland, if the Administration determines an individual has committed fraud, made any misrepresentation in applying for or using disabled registration plates or parking placard, or currently fails to meet the requ
11.16.04.02.htm 11.16.04.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Administration" means the Motor Vehicle Administration.. 2) "Disabled registration plates" means special disabled registration plates issued by the Administration to individuals who meet the requirements under Transportation Article, §13-616, Annotated Code of Maryland.3) "Owner" means an individual issued disabled registration plates or a parking placard under Transp
11.16.04.03.htm 11.16.04.03. 03 Complaints.. A. Complaints made to the Administration regarding fraud or misrepresentation in applying for or using disabled registration plates or parking placards, or individuals with disabled registration plates or parking placards who do not meet the eligibility requirement shall be:1) Submitted in writing;. 2) Submitted on a form approved by the Administration; and. 3) Signed under penalties of perjury by the complainant.. B. The Administration shall review the complaint a
11.16.04.04.htm 11.16.04.04. 04 Revocation of Disabled Registration Plates or Parking Placards.. The Administration may revoke an owner’s disabled registration plates or parking placard, if after an investigation, the Administration determines that the owner of the disabled registration plates or parking placard:A. Committed fraud in the application for the disabled registration plates or parking placard;. B. Made any misrepresentation in applying for or using the disabled registration plates or parking p
11.16.04.05.htm 11.16.04.05. 05 Notice of Revocation.. A. The Administration shall send a notice of the proposed revocation to the owner of disabled registration plates or parking placard, and that notice shall be:1) In writing; and. 2) Sent by U. S. mail to the individual at the address on record with the Administration.. B. The notice shall advise the individual of the following:. 1) The date the disabled registration plates or parking placard will be revoked;.
11.16.04.06.htm 11.16.04.06. 06 Surrender of Revoked Disabled Registration Plates or Parking Placards.. A. The owner shall surrender to the Administration all disabled registration plates or parking placards revoked by the Administration.B. Failure to surrender revoked disabled registration plates or parking placards will result in the Administration's issuance of an order to pick up the plates or placards.C. The Administration shall issue substitute registration plates to replace the surrendered disabled
11.16.04.07.htm 11.16.04.07. 07 Reissue of Disabled Registration Plates or Parking Placard.. If an individual’s disabled registration plates or parking placard has been revoked, before the issuance of new disabled registration plates or parking placard, the individual shall submit an application for the disabled registration plates or parking placard for investigation to determine the validity of the individual’s information on the application.
11.16.04.9999.htm 11.16.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date: March 13, 2006 (33:5 Md. R. 521). Regulation .04D repealed effective July 30, 2018 (45:15 Md. R. 726). Regulation .07 amended effective July 30, 2018 (45:15 Md. R. 726).
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