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14.21.04.00.htm 14.21.04.00. Title 14 INDEPENDENT AGENCIES Subtitle 21 MARYLAND FOOD CENTER AUTHORITY Chapter 04 Petition for Declaratory Rulings Authority: Article 41, §13-101―13-121; State Government Article, §10-304; Annotated Code of Maryland
14.21.04.01.htm 14.21.04.01. 01 General.. These regulations are promulgated under State Government Article, Title 10, Subtitle 3, Annotated Code of Maryland, for the purpose of establishing procedures by which the public may petition the Maryland Food Center Authority for a declaratory ruling.
14.21.04.02.htm 14.21.04.02. 02 Who May File.. An interested person may file a petition for declaratory ruling with respect to the manner in which the Authority will apply a regulation or order of the Authority, or a statute that the Authority enforces, to a person or property on the facts set forth in the petition.
14.21.04.03.htm 14.21.04.03. 03 Filing.. A. A petitioner shall file a petition within 30 days of notice from the Authority of the manner in which the Authority intends to apply a regulation, order, or statute.B. A petition shall be filed with the Executive Director for consideration and disposition by the Authority, or by the Executive Director if the duty is delegated by the Authority to the Executive Director.
14.21.04.04.htm 14.21.04.04. 04 Form.. A petition for a declaratory ruling shall be in writing and shall:. A. Contain a detailed statement of the facts on which the petition is based;. B. Cite all regulations and statutes involved;. C. Evaluate whether and in what manner the relevant regulations apply to the petition under the facts contained in the petition;D. Contain the name, address, and telephone number of the petitioner; and. E. Contain a statement by the petitioner, under oath, that the facts contai
14.21.04.05.htm 14.21.04.05. 05 Consideration and Disposition.. A. The Executive Director has the duty to consider and dispose of petitions received with respect to:1) Waivers made by managers of Authority project operations;. 2) Implementation of agreements and arrangements that have been approved or authorized by the Board of Directors; and3) Implementation of contracts for goods and services that are within a budget that has been approved by the Board of Directors.B. The Board of Directors
14.21.04.06.htm 14.21.04.06. 06 Appeal of Declaratory Ruling.. A. A declaratory ruling issued by the Executive Director may be appealed to the Board of Directors in writing within 10 days of the ruling, and shall be referred to the Board of Directors in accordance with Regulation .05D.B. A declaratory ruling by the Board of Directors may be appealed to a circuit court in accordance with State Government Article, §10-305, Annotated Code of Maryland.
14.21.04.07.htm 14.21.04.07. 07 Agency File.. The Authority shall maintain a file of all petitions submitted and the declaratory rulings issued. This file shall be available for public inspection to the extent permitted by law.
14.21.04.9999.htm 14.21.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date: March 16, 1992 (19:5 Md. R. 578).
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