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15.11.19.00.htm 15.11.19.00. Title 15 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Subtitle 11 ANIMAL HEALTH Chapter 19 Administrative Penalty Standards for Violations of Contagious or Infectious Disease Prevention Requirements Authority: Agriculture Article, §3-116, Annotated Code of Maryland
15.11.19.01.htm 15.11.19.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter establishes standards for determining the appropriate penalty to be imposed on a person who violates a provision of Agriculture Article, Title 3, Subtitle 1, Annotated Code of Maryland.
15.11.19.02.htm 15.11.19.02. 02 Definition.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated:. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Disease" means a contagious or infectious disease affecting domestic animals.. 2) "Secretary" means the Maryland Secretary of Agriculture or the Secretary's designee, including the State Veterinarian and staff.
15.11.19.03.htm 15.11.19.03. 03 Violations.. Instead of or in addition to any other penalty allowed under State law, the Secretary may impose an administrative penalty on a person who violates any provision of Agriculture Article, Title 3, Subtitle 1, Annotated Code of Maryland, including, but not limited to, the following acts:A. Resisting or failing to comply with a quarantine established by the Governor, based on facts presented by the Secretary;B. Resisting or failing to comply with a quarantin
15.11.19.04.htm 15.11.19.04. 04 Assessment of Administrative Penalty.. A. After providing notice and an opportunity to be heard, the Secretary may assess an administrative penalty, not to exceed $10,000, for each act that constitutes a violation of Agriculture Article, Title 3, Subtitle 1, Annotated Code of Maryland, including, but not limited to, any of the separate acts specified in Regulation .03 of this chapter. If the Secretary finds that the person has committed multiple violations of
15.11.19.9999.htm 15.11.19.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―04 adopted as an emergency provision effective August 25, 2006 (33:19 Md. R. 1555) emergency status expired February 21, 2007
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