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§ 1-101In this title the following words or terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 1-102Any official letterhead stationery of the judicial department of...
§ 1-201The power of the Court of Appeals to make rules and regulations...
§ 1-202A court may exercise the power to punish for contempt of court or...
§ 1-203Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, no judge may...
§ 1-204A judge of the Court of Appeals or the Court of Special Appeals,...
§ 1-301The Court of Appeals of Maryland, established by Article IV, §§...
§ 1-302In this section, "former judge" means a judge who previously served...
§ 1-401The Court of Special Appeals is established. It is an intermediate...
§ 1-402The Court of Special Appeals consists of 13 judges, one of whom...
§ 1-403Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, the Court...
§ 1-501The circuit courts are the highest common-law and equity courts...
§ 1-502Notwithstanding § 4-301(b)(1) or § 4-302 of this article, a circuit...
§ 1-503In each county in the first seven judicial circuits there shall...
§ 1-504The Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals shall certify to the Governor...
§ 1-601The District Court of Maryland is established. It is the court of...
§ 1-602For the purposes of operation and administration of the District...
§ 1-603The court is composed of a Chief Judge and the number of associate...
§ 1-603.1The District Courthouse, located at 8552 Second Avenue, Silver Spring,...
§ 1-605The Chief Judge of the District Court is the chief administrative...
§ 1-606The State shall provide at a central location adequate and appropriate...
§ 1-607The Chief Judge of the District Court, subject to the approval of...
§ 1-608The cost of maintenance, operation, and administration, and of providing...
§ 1-609When and in the manner authorized by law, a District Court judge...
§ 1-701A judge’s salary may not be diminished during his continuance in...
§ 1-702Subject to the provisions of § 1-701 of this subtitle, a judge shall...
§ 1-703Title 8, Subtitle 1 of the State Personnel and Pensions Article...
§ 1-704Any increase in judicial salary shall be included in the portion...
§ 1-705In this subtitle, "supplementation" means any payment from a political...
§ 1-706A judge is entitled to mileage, at the rate for State employees,...
§ 1-707A judge of the District Court who has continued in office as a judge...
§ 1-708The salaries and pensions of the judges of the Court of Appeals,...
§ 2-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated unless...
§ 2-102If advisable in a specific proceeding, a court may appoint an auditor,...
§ 2-103When an officer leaves office for any reason, any duty not fully...
§ 2-104Every auditor, clerk, sheriff, constable, commissioner, surveyor,...
§ 2-105Each of the following officers, before he assumes the duties of...
§ 2-106A person who is required to take an oath under § 2-104 of this subtitle...
§ 2-107In a circuit court, an arrest warrant shall be issued on a form...
§ 2-201The clerk of a court shall:
§ 2-202Subject to the approval of the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals,...
§ 2-203Unless otherwise provided by law or order of court, any person may,...
§ 2-204The office of every clerk of court shall be open to the public for...
§ 2-205The clerk of a circuit court or the chief clerk of the District...
§ 2-206In cooperation with the clerks of the courts, the Attorney General...
§ 2-207For purposes of this section, "person in interest" has the meaning...
§ 2-208This section applies to all licenses issued by the clerk of a circuit...
§ 2-209This section applies to all licenses issued by the clerk of a circuit...
§ 2-210This section applies to all licenses issued by the clerk of a circuit...
§ 2-211When the Governor issues a civil commission and the Secretary of...
§ 2-212At least once a month, the clerk of a circuit court shall report...
§ 2-213Except as otherwise provided in this section, the clerk of a circuit...
§ 2-301Except as provided in § 2-302 of this subtitle, the sheriff shall...
§ 2-302A writ of execution or attachment shall be directed to the sheriff...
§ 2-303When a sheriff serves or attempts to serve a paper he shall file...
§ 2-304If a sheriff fails to file a return within the time set by the court...
§ 2-305Any officer who neglects or refuses to bring a detained person into...
§ 2-306If a sheriff pays the plaintiff an amount ordered by the court as...
§ 2-307A sheriff shall keep an official record of the fees and charges...
§ 2-308A sheriff shall collect the fees of a clerk, register, attorney,...
§ 2-309The sheriff of a county and his deputies shall receive the annual...
§ 2-310The sheriff of Baltimore City and each county may appoint, from...
§ 2-311The sheriff of a county may establish and administer reasonable...
§ 2-401An appellate court shall have a clerk who is appointed by and serves...
§ 2-402An appellate court may appoint the law clerks, stenographers, and...
§ 2-403The clerk, his deputies, and other employees of the court shall...
§ 2-404An appellate court may direct a sheriff to attend the court or perform...
§ 2-501Except as provided for the Circuit Court for Baltimore City in Title...
§ 2-502Each clerk of a circuit court shall keep permanently a test book...
§ 2-503The jury judge for a county may order a court reporter to take and...
§ 2-504The clerk of each circuit court shall receive an annual salary of...
§ 2-504.1The clerk of each circuit court shall submit annually a budget for...
§ 2-505The number of positions in the office of clerk of a circuit court...
§ 2-506The minimum hours of work in each week for full-time deputies and...
§ 2-507A bailiff shall receive the compensation provided in this section....
§ 2-508In Prince George’s County, in accordance with the Maryland Rules,...
§ 2-509In Anne Arundel County, there is the Office of the Director of Assignments...
§ 2-510This section applies only to employees of the Domestic Relations...
§ 2-511There shall be included in the State budget for the Judiciary Department...
§ 2-512Each circuit court judge shall have one law clerk, to be employed...
§ 2-5A-01In this subtitle the following words have the meaning indicated.
§ 2-5A-02The personnel merit system for the office of the clerk of the Circuit...
§ 2-5A-03There shall be a judicial personnel committee, with duties and powers...
§ 2-5A-04The personnel merit system shall be administered in accordance with...
§ 2-5A-05All employees of the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court for...
§ 2-5A-06The following positions shall be subject to the personnel merit...
§ 2-5A-07The Supreme Bench affirmative action policy that is in effect on...
§ 2-601There shall be a chief clerk of the District Court, four assistant...
§ 2-602The chief clerk, the assistant chief clerks, the supervising auditor,...
§ 2-603Subject to the direction of the Chief Judge of the District Court,...
§ 2-604The Chief Judge of the District Court, upon the recommendation of...
§ 2-605All civil process and papers of the District Court shall be served...
§ 2-606A constable shall obey and execute all process directed to him from...
§ 2-607The administrative judge of each district, with the approval of...
§ 2-608In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-101In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-102If the death of a person or the date of his death is at issue, he...
§ 3-103A provision in any policy of life or accident insurance, or in the...
§ 3-104Proceedings for the protection of property of an absentee shall...
§ 3-105Upon application, the court may direct the guardian to make search...
§ 3-106If the court declares that the person is dead, it may terminate...
§ 3-108An absentee who appears after the guardianship has been terminated...
§ 3-109If the guardianship is terminated under § 3-106(b) of this subtitle,...
§ 3-110After termination of the guardianship under § 3-106 of this subtitle,...
§ 3-201In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-202An agreement providing for arbitration under the law of the State...
§ 3-203An initial petition shall be filed with the court in the county:
§ 3-204The court shall make any determination provided for in this subtitle...
§ 3-205Except as otherwise provided, a petition under this subtitle shall...
§ 3-206Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, a written agreement...
§ 3-206.1In this section, "consumer" means a party to an arbitration agreement...
§ 3-207If a party to an arbitration agreement described in § 3-202 of this...
§ 3-208If a party denies existence of the arbitration agreement, he may...
§ 3-209A court shall stay any action or proceeding involving an issue subject...
§ 3-210An order for arbitration shall not be refused or an arbitration...
§ 3-211If the arbitration agreement provides a method of appointment of...
§ 3-212The powers of the arbitrators may be exercised by a majority unless...
§ 3-213Unless the agreement provides otherwise, the arbitrators shall designate...
§ 3-214At an arbitration hearing, the parties have the right:
§ 3-215The majority of the arbitrators may determine any question and render...
§ 3-216A party has the right to be represented by an attorney at any proceeding...
§ 3-217The arbitrators may issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses...
§ 3-218On application of a party and for use as evidence, the arbitrators...
§ 3-219The arbitration award shall be in writing and signed by the arbitrators...
§ 3-220The arbitrators may, and on application of a party shall, order...
§ 3-221Unless the arbitration agreement provides otherwise, the award shall...
§ 3-222A party may apply to the arbitrators to modify or correct an award...
§ 3-223A petition to modify or correct the award shall be filed within...
§ 3-224Except as provided in paragraph (2), a petition to vacate the award...
§ 3-225If any award is vacated on grounds other than those stated in §...
§ 3-226If an application to vacate is denied and no motion to modify or...
§ 3-227A party may petition the court to confirm the award.
§ 3-228If an order confirming, modifying, or correcting an award is granted,...
§ 3-229Notwithstanding the death of a party who made a written agreement...
§ 3-230If a party dies before an award is returned and judgment rendered,...
§ 3-231This subtitle applies only to agreements made after May 31, 1965.
§ 3-232This subtitle shall be so interpreted and construed as to effectuate...
§ 3-234#VALUE!
§ 3-2A-01In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated...
§ 3-2A-02All claims, suits, and actions, including cross claims, third-party...
§ 3-2A-03The Health Care Alternative Dispute Resolution Office is created...
§ 3-2A-03AThere is a Health Claims Arbitration Fund.
§ 3-2A-04(i)A person having a claim against a health care provider for damage...
§ 3-2A-05Except as provided under paragraph (2) of this subsection, all issues...
§ 3-2A-06A party may reject an award or the assessment of costs under an...
§ 3-2A-06AAt any time before the hearing of a claim with the Health Care Alternative...
§ 3-2A-06BArbitration of a claim with the Health Care Alternative Dispute...
§ 3-2A-06CIn this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-2A-06DThis section applies only to an initial complaint filed on or after...
§ 3-2A-07If the arbitration panel finds that the conduct of any party in...
§ 3-2A-08Evidence of advanced payments made pursuant to § 19-104(b) of the...
§ 3-2A-08AIn this section, "costs" means the costs described under Maryland...
§ 3-2A-09This section applies to an award under § 3-2A-05 of this subtitle...
§ 3-2A-10Except as otherwise provided in §§ 3-2A-08A and 3-2A-09 of this...
§ 3-2B-01In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-2B-02The purpose of this subtitle is to:
§ 3-2B-03In all matters relating to the process and enforcement of international...
§ 3-2B-04The circuit courts of this State shall have jurisdiction:
§ 3-2B-05Any complaint filed in circuit court with respect to international...
§ 3-2B-06Unless the arbitration agreement provides otherwise, the arbitral...
§ 3-2B-07In an international commercial arbitration proceeding in this State,...
§ 3-2B-08A party to an action involving international commercial arbitration...
§ 3-2B-09This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland International Commercial...
§ 3-2C-01In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-2C-02Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a...
§ 3-301A court of equity or a court of law, including the District Court,...
§ 3-302A court of law including the District Court, within the limits of...
§ 3-303An attachment before judgment may issue in any of the instances...
§ 3-304An attachment under § 3-303(b), (d), and (g) of this subtitle may...
§ 3-305An attachment may be issued against any property or credit, matured...
§ 3-401In this subtitle, "person" includes the State, any county, municipal...
§ 3-402This subtitle is remedial. Its purpose is to settle and afford relief...
§ 3-403Except for the District Court, a court of records within its jurisdiction...
§ 3-404The fact that a proceeding is brought under this subtitle does not...
§ 3-405If declaratory relief is sought, a person who has or claims any...
§ 3-406Any person interested under a deed, will, trust, land patent, written...
§ 3-407#VALUE!
§ 3-408Any person interested as or through a personal representative, trustee,...
§ 3-408.1In this section, "Commissioner", "land", and "patent" have the same...
§ 3-409Except as provided in subsection (d) of this section, a court may...
§ 3-410In any proceeding under this subtitle the court may make such award...
§ 3-411The declaration may be affirmative or negative in form and effect...
§ 3-412Further relief based on a declaratory judgment or decree may be...
§ 3-413The provisions of this subtitle, except the provisions of §§ 3-403(a),...
§ 3-414This subtitle shall be interpreted and construed to make uniform...
§ 3-415This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Declaratory Judgments...
§ 3-501Any word spoken falsely and maliciously and likely to injure a woman’s...
§ 3-502A single or married woman whose character or reputation for chastity...
§ 3-503An owner, licensee, or operator of a television or radio station...
§ 3-504An owner, licensee, or operator of a television or radio station...
§ 3-601A court may not refuse to specifically enforce a contract on the...
§ 3-701A judge of the circuit court for a county, of the Court of Special...
§ 3-702A person committed, detained, confined, or restrained from his lawful...
§ 3-703If it appears to the judge from the petition for the writ or otherwise,...
§ 3-704On return of a writ of habeas corpus and production of a person...
§ 3-705Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a person who...
§ 3-706If a person is released or discharged by a judge under the writ...
§ 3-707If a judge refuses to issue a writ of habeas corpus sought for the...
§ 3-801In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-802The purposes of this subtitle are:
§ 3-803In addition to the jurisdiction specified in Subtitle 8A of this...
§ 3-804The court has jurisdiction under this subtitle only if the alleged...
§ 3-805A petition alleging that a child is a CINA shall be filed in the...
§ 3-806In every county, one or more judges shall be assigned specially...
§ 3-807The judges of a circuit court may not appoint a master for juvenile...
§ 3-808The court shall try cases under this subtitle without a jury.
§ 3-809On receipt of a complaint from a person or agency having knowledge...
§ 3-810Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, the Maryland Rules...
§ 3-811A CINA petition under this subtitle shall allege that a child is...
§ 3-812In this section the following words have the meanings indicated,...
§ 3-813Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a...
§ 3-814A child may be taken into custody under this subtitle by any of...
§ 3-815In accordance with regulations adopted by the Department of Human...
§ 3-816After a petition is filed under this subtitle, the court may order...
§ 3-816.1The provisions of this section apply to a hearing conducted in accordance...
§ 3-817After a CINA petition is filed under this subtitle, the court shall...
§ 3-818Within 1 year after a child’s birth, there is a presumption that...
§ 3-819Unless a CINA petition under this subtitle is dismissed, the court...
§ 3-819.1Within 30 days after a voluntary placement petition is filed, the...
§ 3-819.2In this section, "disability" means:
§ 3-820After a CINA disposition, when the court has ordered a specific...
§ 3-821The court, on its own motion or on application of a party, may issue...
§ 3-822At each CINA hearing, the court shall inquire into, and make findings...
§ 3-823In this section, "out–of–home placement" has the meaning stated...
§ 3-824The court shall hear and rule on a petition seeking an order for...
§ 3-825A court may not commit a child who is subject to this subtitle to,...
§ 3-826Unless the court directs otherwise, a local department shall provide...
§ 3-827All court records under this subtitle pertaining to a child shall...
§ 3-828An adult may not willfully contribute to, encourage, cause or tend...
§ 3-829A governing body of a county may create a juvenile court committee...
§ 3-830In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-8A-01In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated,...
§ 3-8A-02The purposes of this subtitle are:
§ 3-8A-03In addition to the jurisdiction specified in Subtitle 8 of this...
§ 3-8A-04The provisions of §§ 3-806, 3-807, and 3-829 of this title govern...
§ 3-8A-05If a person is alleged to be delinquent, the age of the person at...
§ 3-8A-06The court may waive the exclusive jurisdiction conferred by § 3-8A-03...
§ 3-8A-07If the court obtains jurisdiction over a child under this subtitle,...
§ 3-8A-08If a petition alleges that a child is in need of supervision, the...
§ 3-8A-09If a petition, peace order request, or citation is filed under this...
§ 3-8A-10This section does not apply to allegations that a child is in need...
§ 3-8A-10.1// EFFECTIVE UNTIL JUNE 30, 2013 PER CHAPTER 420 OF 2009 //
§ 3-8A-11An intake officer shall use the following form to inform persons,...
§ 3-8A-12A statement made by a participant while counsel and advice are being...
§ 3-8A-13A petition shall allege that a child is either delinquent or in...
§ 3-8A-14A child may be taken into custody under this subtitle by any of...
§ 3-8A-15Only the court or an intake officer may authorize detention, community...
§ 3-8A-16The official in charge of a jail or other facility for the detention...
§ 3-8A-17After a petition or a citation has been filed with the court under...
§ 3-8A-17.1At any time after a petition alleging that a child has committed...
§ 3-8A-17.2The court shall set and may change the conditions under which the...
§ 3-8A-17.3The qualified expert shall examine the child and prepare a report...
§ 3-8A-17.4Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, within 15...
§ 3-8A-17.5At a competency hearing, if the court determines that the child...
§ 3-8A-17.6At a competency hearing, if the court determines that the child...
§ 3-8A-17.7At a competency hearing, if the court determines that the child...
§ 3-8A-17.8If the court orders the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene...
§ 3-8A-17.9The court shall dismiss the delinquency petition or the violation...
§ 3-8A-17.10At any time before an adjudication under this subtitle, a hearing...
§ 3-8A-17.11In any competency hearing under this subtitle, it is presumed that...
§ 3-8A-17.12The secretaries of Health and Mental Hygiene, Human Resources, and...
§ 3-8A-18The provisions of this section do not apply to a peace order request...
§ 3-8A-19The provisions of this section do not apply to a peace order request...
§ 3-8A-19.1In this section and in §§ 3-8A-19.2, 3-8A-19.3, and 3-8A-19.4 of...
§ 3-8A-19.2In this section, "residence" includes the yard, grounds, outbuildings,...
§ 3-8A-19.3A copy of the peace order shall be served on the victim, the respondent,...
§ 3-8A-19.4The court may modify or rescind the peace order during the term...
§ 3-8A-19.5A violation of any of the provisions of a peace order specified...
§ 3-8A-20Except as provided in subsection (d) of this section, a party is...
§ 3-8A-20.1In this section, "treatment service plan" means a plan recommended...
§ 3-8A-21The court may order emergency medical, dental, or surgical treatment...
§ 3-8A-22A child may not be detained at, or committed or transferred to,...
§ 3-8A-23An adjudication of a child pursuant to this subtitle is not a criminal...
§ 3-8A-24Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, an...
§ 3-8A-25If a child is committed under this subtitle to an individual or...
§ 3-8A-26Pursuant to the procedure provided in the Maryland Rules, the court...
§ 3-8A-27A police record concerning a child is confidential and shall be...
§ 3-8A-28The court may enter a judgment of restitution against the parent...
§ 3-8A-29After giving the parent a reasonable opportunity to be heard, the...
§ 3-8A-30It is unlawful for an adult willfully to contribute to, encourage,...
§ 3-8A-32In addition to any requirements relating to the appointment of counsel...
§ 3-8A-33A law enforcement officer authorized to make arrests shall issue...
§ 3-8A-34The guidelines provided under § 11-1003 of the Criminal Procedure...
§ 3-8B-01A court of law has jurisdiction in an action for mandamus.
§ 3-8B-02An action for a writ of mandamus shall be tried by a jury on request...
§ 3-8C-01This subtitle applies only:
§ 3-8C-02The Circuit Administrative Judge of the First Circuit may establish...
§ 3-8C-03A child who is required under § 7–301 of the Education Article to...
§ 3-8C-04An authorized school official may file with the juvenile court a...
§ 3-8C-05A petition under this subtitle shall allege that a child who is...
§ 3-8C-06Unless a petition filed under this subtitle is dismissed, the court...
§ 3-8C-07A criminal defendant under this subtitle is subject to:
§ 3-8C-08If a petition is filed under this subtitle in a county other than...
§ 3-8C-09Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, the Maryland Rules...
§ 3-8C-10The court shall retain jurisdiction under this subtitle until every...
§ 3-8C-11A party may appeal a final judgment entered under this subtitle...
§ 3-8C-12On or before November 1 of each year, the Chief Judge of the Court...
§ 3-901In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-902An action may be maintained against a person whose wrongful act...
§ 3-903If the wrongful act occurred in another state, the District of Columbia,...
§ 3-904Except as provided in paragraphs (2) and (3) of this subsection,...
§ 3-1001There shall be provided protection and advocacy services to persons...
§ 3-1101In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-1102Transports a hazardous material in commerce on a highway in the...
§ 3-1102.1A person in control who is at fault is responsible for the expense...
§ 3-1103A motor carrier that is at fault and causes a traffic accident that...
§ 3-1104If a county or municipality purchased any personal protective equipment...
§ 3-1105This subtitle does not affect any liability or immunity of a volunteer...
§ 3-1106In this section, "farm vehicle" has the meaning stated in § 13-911...
§ 3-1107This subtitle does not abrogate any statutory or common law right...
§ 3-1108If a volunteer fire company attempts but is not able to provide...
§ 3-1201In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-1202A motor carrier is responsible for the expense of an emergency response,...
§ 3-1202.1A person in control who is at fault is responsible for the expense...
§ 3-1203A motor carrier that is at fault and causes a traffic accident that...
§ 3-1204This subtitle does not affect any liability or immunity of a paid...
§ 3-1205In this section, "farm vehicle" has the meaning stated in § 13-911...
§ 3-1206This subtitle does not abrogate any statutory or common law right...
§ 3-1207If a paid fire company attempts but is not able to provide for the...
§ 3-1301In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-1302A responsible person is civilly liable to the merchant:
§ 3-1303If a merchant elects to seek the civil penalty available under §...
§ 3-1304A responsible person who complies fully with an initial demand letter...
§ 3-1305If the second demand letter is returned unclaimed to the merchant...
§ 3-1306Criminal prosecution for an offense of theft under § 7-104 of the...
§ 3-1307The procedures required by § 3-1303 of this subtitle:
§ 3-1308The District Court has exclusive original civil jurisdiction in...
§ 3-1401In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-1402The right of contribution exists among joint tort-feasors.
§ 3-1403The recovery of a judgment by the injured person against one joint...
§ 3-1404A release by the injured person of one joint tort-feasor, whether...
§ 3-1405A release by the injured person of one joint tort-feasor does not...
§ 3-1406This subtitle does not impair any right of indemnity under existing...
§ 3-1407This subtitle shall be so interpreted and construed as to effectuate...
§ 3-1408This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Contribution...
§ 3-1409If any provision of this subtitle or the application of this subtitle...
§ 3-1501In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 3-1502By proceeding under this subtitle, a petitioner is not limited to...
§ 3-1503A petitioner may seek relief under this subtitle by filing with...
§ 3-1503.1A petition under this subtitle may be filed with a commissioner...
§ 3-1504If after a hearing on a petition, whether ex parte or otherwise,...
§ 3-1505A respondent shall have an opportunity to be heard on the question...
§ 3-1506A peace order may be modified or rescinded during the term of the...
§ 3-1507An interim peace order, temporary peace order, and final peace order...
§ 3-1508An individual who fails to comply with the relief granted in an...
§ 3-1509The Court of Appeals may adopt rules and forms to implement the...
§ 3-1601In this subtitle, "controlled dangerous substance" has the meaning...
§ 3-1602A person who is convicted, under §§ 5-602 through 5-609 or §§ 5-612...
§ 3-1603Instead of bringing a wrongful death action under Subtitle 9 of...
§ 3-1604A person entitled to bring a civil action under this subtitle may...
§ 3-1605A law enforcement officer who acts in furtherance of an official...
§ 3-1606A person entitled to bring a civil action under this subtitle may...
§ 3-1607A defendant in an action under this subtitle may not raise a defense...
§ 3-1701In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 4-101In this title, the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 4-201The jurisdiction of the District Court extends to every case which...
§ 4-202A District Court has the following authority provided in the Health...
§ 4-301Except as provided in §§ 3–803, 3–8A–03, and 4–302 of this article,...
§ 4-302Except as provided in § 4–301(b)(2), (6), (7), (8), (9), (10), (11),...
§ 4-303The District Court has jurisdiction over a person who is brought...
§ 4-304The District Court has jurisdiction to conduct a preliminary hearing...
§ 4-401Except as provided in § 4–402 of this subtitle, and subject to the...
§ 4-402Except as provided in §§ 4–401 and 4–404 of this subtitle, the District...
§ 4-404The District Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit...
§ 4-405The District Court has exclusive jurisdiction over a small claim...
§ 5-101A civil action at law shall be filed within three years from the...
§ 5-102An action on one of the following specialties shall be filed within...
§ 5-103Within 20 years from the date the cause of action accrues, a person...
§ 5-104An action on a public officer’s bond shall be filed within five...
§ 5-105An action for assault, libel, or slander shall be filed within one...
§ 5-106Except as provided by this section and § 1–303 of the Environment...
§ 5-107Except as provided in § 5–106 of this subtitle and § 1–303 of the...
§ 5-108Except as provided by this section, no cause of action for damages...
§ 5-109An action for damages for an injury arising out of the rendering...
§ 5-110An action to enforce any criminal or civil liability created under...
§ 5-111A proceeding to hold a person in contempt of court for the person’s...
§ 5-112No cause of action for damages accrues and a person may not seek...
§ 5-113In this section, "occupational disease" means a disease caused by...
§ 5-114In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-115In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-116An action for damages for an injury or death caused by the effects...
§ 5-117In this section, "sexual abuse" has the meaning stated in § 5-701...
§ 5-118For the purposes of this subtitle, the filing of a complaint with...
§ 5-119This section does not apply to a voluntary dismissal of a civil...
§ 5-201When a cause of action subject to a limitation under Subtitle 1...
§ 5-202If a debtor files a petition in insolvency which is later dismissed,...
§ 5-203If the knowledge of a cause of action is kept from a party by the...
§ 5-204A foreign corporation or foreign limited partnership required by...
§ 5-205A person who absents himself from the State or removes from county...
§ 5-301In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-302Each local government shall provide for its employees a legal defense...
§ 5-303Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, the liability of a...
§ 5-304This section does not apply to an action against a nonprofit corporation...
§ 5-401A covenant, promise, agreement or understanding in, or in connection...
§ 5-401.1A release of the claim of an injured individual for damages resulting...
§ 5-402A merchant or an agent or employee of the merchant who detains or...
§ 5-403In this section, "agricultural operation" means an operation for...
§ 5-403.1In this section, "sport shooting range" means an area designed and...
§ 5-404In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-405In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-406In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-407In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-408In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-409In the absence of fraud no insurance company or person who furnishes...
§ 5-410Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, no claim of...
§ 5-411There may not be any liability on the part of or cause of action...
§ 5-412There shall be no liability on the part of and no cause of action...
§ 5-413Except for the payment of assessments as provided under Title 9,...
§ 5-414An association or organization participating or interested in a...
§ 5-415A transportation company or common carrier is not liable for damages...
§ 5-416A member of a lawyer counseling committee, defined under § 10-502...
§ 5-417A person who performs the duties of that person in accordance with...
§ 5-418The charter, as defined under § 1-101 of the Corporations and Associations...
§ 5-419Subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section, a shareholder...
§ 5-420In this section, "partnership" has the meaning stated in § 9A-101...
§ 5-421In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-422In this section, "governing body" has the meaning stated in § 14-118...
§ 5-423An employer acting in good faith may not be held liable for disclosing...
§ 5-424A licensed veterinary practitioner is immune from any civil liability...
§ 5-425In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-426In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-501A civil or criminal action may not be brought against a city or...
§ 5-502In addition to the provisions contained in this subtitle, provisions...
§ 5-503In Montgomery County, the following individuals are not liable to...
§ 5-504The Department of Liquor Control for Montgomery County shall be:
§ 5-505The Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland is immune from being...
§ 5-506The Tri-County Council for Western Maryland is immune from being...
§ 5-507In an action in contract described under Article 23A, § 1A of the...
§ 5-508In an action in contract described under Article 25, § 1A of the...
§ 5-509In an action in contract described under Article 25A, § 1A of the...
§ 5-510In an action in contract described under Article 25B, § 13A of the...
§ 5-511In this section, the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-512The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission may raise...
§ 5-513An action or proceeding may not be prosecuted or maintained against...
§ 5-514Any member of the Financial Review Committee in the Department of...
§ 5-515Any member of the Guardianship Advisory Board in the Department...
§ 5-516A county that merely purchases insurance for a lessee or owner of...
§ 5-517A member or employee of a board of supervisors for a soil conservation...
§ 5-518In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-519Section 16-107 of the Education Article does not prevent a board...
§ 5-520Notwithstanding any other provision of law, and except as otherwise...
§ 5-521In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-522Immunity of the State is not waived under § 12-104 of the State...
§ 5-523In this section, "Comptroller" means the Comptroller of the State.
§ 5-524An owner or lessee of any motor vehicle registered under Title 13...
§ 5-525In this section, "constituent service" includes intervention for...
§ 5-526A member of a state legislature, including a member of the General...
§ 5-601In this section, "the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services...
§ 5-602In this section, "emergency management and civil defense" and "emergency"...
§ 5-603A person described in subsection (b) of this section is not civilly...
§ 5-604Notwithstanding any other provision of law, except for any willful...
§ 5-605A law enforcement officer acting outside the officer’s jurisdiction...
§ 5-606In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-607In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-608An individual is not civilly liable for any act or omission while...
§ 5-609In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-610A law enforcement officer who responds to a request under § 4-502...
§ 5-610.1A law enforcement officer enforcing an out-of-state order for protection...
§ 5-611A federal law enforcement officer who exercises the powers set forth...
§ 5-612The police officers and other officers, agents, and employees of...
§ 5-613Unless a subdivision or municipality requests the appointment of...
§ 5-614A person licensed by the State to provide veterinary care or a student...
§ 5-615In the absence of an affirmative showing of malice or bad faith,...
§ 5-617In this section, "discharge" includes leakage, seepage, or other...
§ 5-618Any person who files a petition, participates in the making of a...
§ 5-619The following persons or agencies shall be immune from civil or...
§ 5-620Any person who in good faith makes or participates in making a report...
§ 5-621A physician who examines or treats a child under § 5-712 of the...
§ 5-622Any person who in good faith makes or participates in making a report...
§ 5-623In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-624In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-625A person who acts in good faith is not civilly liable for:
§ 5-626A person who acts in good faith is not civilly liable for:
§ 5-627A member of a clinical review panel under § 10-708 of the Health...
§ 5-628A member of an appointed committee of any professional organization...
§ 5-629In this section, "Secretary" means the Secretary of Health and Mental...
§ 5-630A legally authorized person who obtains, processes, stores, distributes,...
§ 5-631A person who acts in good faith is not civilly liable for:
§ 5-632In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-633For purposes of this section, an "immediate threat" exists if any...
§ 5-634In this section, "person" has the meaning stated in § 21-322 of...
§ 5-635In this section, "customer" means an individual who is lawfully...
§ 5-636In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-637In this section, "medical review committee" has the meaning stated...
§ 5-637.1In this section, "local domestic violence fatality review team"...
§ 5-638In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-639In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-640In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-641A person who leaves an unharmed newborn with a responsible adult...
§ 5-701There shall be no liability on the part of and no cause of action...
§ 5-702In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Environmental...
§ 5-703In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Examiners for...
§ 5-704In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Chiropractic and...
§ 5-705In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Dental Examiners.
§ 5-706In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Electrologists.
§ 5-707In this section, "Board" means the Maryland State Board of Morticians.
§ 5-708In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Nursing.
§ 5-709In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-710In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Examiners of Nursing...
§ 5-711In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Occupational Therapy...
§ 5-712In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Examiners in Optometry.
§ 5-713In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Pharmacy.
§ 5-714In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Physical Therapy...
§ 5-715In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-716In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Podiatric Medical...
§ 5-717In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.
§ 5-718In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Social Work Examiners...
§ 5-719In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Examiners for...
§ 5-720A person who acts in good faith and within the scope of the duties...
§ 5-721In this section, "Board" means the State Board of Veterinary Medical...
§ 5-801The provisions governing actions for breach of promise to marry...
§ 5-802In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-803Whether or not an individual receives compensation for the individual’s...
§ 5-804In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-805In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-806This section applies to:
§ 5-807In this section, "SLAPP suit" means a strategic lawsuit against...
§ 5-901Unless a contract or agreement upon which an action is brought,...
§ 5-1001In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-1002(i)Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, a prisoner...
§ 5-1003A prisoner may not maintain a civil action until the prisoner has...
§ 5-1004Prior to service of process of the prisoner’s civil action, the...
§ 5-1005A court may include in its final order or judgment in any civil...
§ 5-1006Any compensatory or punitive damages awarded to a prisoner in connection...
§ 5-1007Notwithstanding any other provision of law, in a civil action filed...
§ 5-1101In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 5-1102A direct or indirect transfer of structured settlement payment rights...
§ 5-1103The circuit court that has jurisdiction over an interested party...
§ 5-1104If a transfer of structure settlement payment rights has been authorized...
§ 5-1105The provisions of this subtitle may not be waived.
§ 6-101For purposes of personal jurisdiction, venue, and service of process,...
§ 6-102A court may exercise personal jurisdiction as to any cause of action...
§ 6-103If jurisdiction over a person is based solely upon this section,...
§ 6-103.1A court may exercise personal jurisdiction over a nonresident defendant...
§ 6-103.2A court may exercise personal jurisdiction over a nonresident defendant...
§ 6-104If a court finds that in the interest of substantial justice an...
§ 6-201Subject to the provisions of §§ 6-202 and 6-203 of this subtitle...
§ 6-202In addition to the venue provided in § 6-201 or § 6-203, the following...
§ 6-203The general rule of § 6-201 of this subtitle does not apply to actions...
§ 6-301In addition to any method allowed by law, service of process may...
§ 6-302The process of a court or administrative office or agency of the...
§ 6-303If a person resists service of civil process by threats, violence,...
§ 6-304If the exercise of personal jurisdiction is authorized by this title,...
§ 6-305A nonresident person who is within the State for the purpose of...
§ 6-306Process may be served on an insurance, surety, or bonding company...
§ 6-307When process is served on the Department of Assessments and Taxation...
§ 6-308In a suit against the Police Department of Baltimore City, process...
§ 6-309
§ 6-310In this section, "administrator" includes the sheriff, director,...
§ 6-311In this section, "person" has the meaning stated in Rule 1-202 of...
§ 6-312In this section, "person" has the meaning stated in Rule 1-202 of...
§ 6-313In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 6-401Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a cause of...
§ 6-402In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 6-403In a civil action in the District Court, if the amount in controversy...
§ 6-404Except as provided in this section, a case transferred from the...
§ 6-405Any action, including one in the name of the State, brought by a...
§ 6-406An unincorporated association, joint stock company, or other group...
§ 6-406.1A creditor of a person engaged in a mercantile, trading, or manufacturing...
§ 6-407Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the appearance...
§ 6-408For a period of 30 days after the entry of a judgment, or thereafter...
§ 6-409In any court proceeding, an attorney entering his appearance on...
§ 6-410In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 7-101In this subtitle, "costs" means any cost other than counsel fees...
§ 7-102The State Court Administrator shall determine the amount of fees...
§ 7-104Costs shall be allowed to or awarded against the State or one of...
§ 7-201Except for an appeal from the State Workers’ Compensation Commission...
§ 7-202The State Court Administrator shall determine the amount of all...
§ 7-203In this section, the term "not guilty" does not include a finding...
§ 7-204Except in Montgomery County and except as provided in paragraph...
§ 7-205The county from which a case is removed shall pay the costs and...
§ 7-206If a criminal or traffic case is appealed from the District Court...
§ 7-207All fines paid to the clerk of the court for the purgation of contempt...
§ 7-208If any person gives a check to the clerk to pay for any charge or...
§ 7-301The court costs in a traffic case, including parking and impounding...
§ 7-302Except as provided in subsections (b) through (f) of this section,...
§ 7-401For examination of a judgment debtor by a standing commissioner...
§ 7-402Except as provided in subsections (b) and (e) of this section, a...
§ 7-403A court may not require the Commissioner of Labor and Industry to...
§ 7-404If the service of process by a private process server is accomplished,...
§ 7-405The District Court or a circuit court in a criminal case may not...
§ 7-406In this section, "armed forces" means the armed forces of the United...
§ 7-409In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 7-501In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 7-502A person who is found guilty of a crime shall be liable for the...
§ 7-503When a court imposes a fine, the court may order the defendant to...
§ 7-504A defendant who is unable to pay a fine ordered by a court may apply...
§ 7-505Unpaid and undischarged fines and unpaid costs may be levied, executed...
§ 7-506Except as provided in § 7-302 of this title, in § 7-507 of this...
§ 7-507This section does not apply to Anne Arundel, Howard, and Somerset...
§ 7-508A municipal corporation of this State may use the following language...
§ 8-101In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 8-102Each adult citizen of this State has:
§ 8-103Notwithstanding § 8-102 of this subtitle, an individual qualifies...
§ 8-104Each jury for a county shall be selected at random from a fair cross...
§ 8-105A custodian, as defined in § 10-611 of the State Government Article,...
§ 8-106Nothing in this title restricts the inherent authority of a trial...
§ 8-201Each circuit court shall have a written plan for jury selection...
§ 8-202The Court of Appeals may adopt rules to govern the provisions and...
§ 8-203A circuit court may propose to the Court of Appeals a change to...
§ 8-204Each jury plan shall designate a jury judge.
§ 8-205Each jury plan shall designate a jury commissioner.
§ 8-206Each jury plan shall provide for a source pool solely from which...
§ 8-207Each jury plan shall set intervals for creation of a prospective...
§ 8-208Each jury plan shall set the method by which summonses for jury...
§ 8-209Each jury plan shall set the method by which the names of qualified...
§ 8-210Each jury plan shall detail changes of information as to prospective,...
§ 8-211Each jury plan shall set the method by which a foreperson is to...
§ 8-212The jury plan for a county may state any question, in addition to...
§ 8-213The jury plan of a circuit court may provide for an agreement between...
§ 8-214A jury plan may set a single procedure for qualification and summonsing...
§ 8-215The jury plan for a county may enable its jury commissioner, subject...
§ 8-216A jury plan may provide that, notwithstanding the limit on frequency...
§ 8-217A jury plan may create a program for donation of State per diems...
§ 8-301At each interval set in a jury plan for a county, its jury commissioner...
§ 8-302In accordance with an agreement, if any, under § 8–213 of this title,...
§ 8-303Whenever it seems to a jury commissioner that there is an ambiguity,...
§ 8-304Whenever a person fails to return a completed juror qualification...
§ 8-305Whenever a person appears for jury service, a jury commissioner...
§ 8-306An individual is exempt from jury service only if the individual:
§ 8-309An individual who is not disqualified, excused, or exempted under...
§ 8-310At each interval set in a jury plan for a county, its jury commissioner...
§ 8-311At the request of a trial judge, a jury commissioner may distribute...
§ 8-314A jury commissioner shall document each addition or other change...
§ 8-401Whenever a grand or trial jury is needed, a jury commissioner shall:
§ 8-402Subject to the requirements of this section, a jury judge or, if...
§ 8-403An individual may not be required to serve simultaneously:
§ 8-404Notwithstanding § 8-103(a) of this title, a trial judge may strike...
§ 8-405A trial judge may:
§ 8-408This section sets forth the exclusive procedure by which a party...
§ 8-409This section sets forth the exclusive procedure by which a party...
§ 8-412When sworn, a grand jury shall consist of 23 grand jurors plus additional...
§ 8-413In addition to any grand jury that a jury plan for a county requires...
§ 8-414A court reporter whom a jury judge orders under § 2-503 of this...
§ 8-415Each grand juror shall take an oath in substantially the following...
§ 8-416A court reporter ordered to take testimony given before a grand...
§ 8-417This section applies only to a grand jury for Baltimore City.
§ 8-420This subsection applies only in a criminal trial in which a defendant...
§ 8-421In a civil case in which a jury trial is allowed, the jury shall...
§ 8-422At any time before or after submission of a case to a jury, a trial...
§ 8-425In this Part V of this subtitle, "per diem" means the amount to...
§ 8-426Subject to subsection (b) of this section, an individual is entitled,...
§ 8-427Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, the government of each...
§ 8-428The State budget for the Judicial Branch for each fiscal year shall...
§ 8-429The jury commissioner of a circuit court shall issue to each prospective,...
§ 8-430Prospective, qualified, or sworn jurors may donate their per diem...
§ 8-501An employer may not deprive an individual of employment or coerce,...
§ 8-502An employer may not require an employee to use the employee’s annual,...
§ 8-503A person who is summoned for jury service under this title may not...
§ 8-504A person may not fail to appear for jury service as summoned under...
§ 8-505A person who is summoned for jury service under this title may not...
§ 8-506A person may not willfully misrepresent a material fact on a juror...
§ 8-507A person may not disclose any content of a grand jury proceeding.
§ 9-101Unless otherwise provided in this subtitle:
§ 9-103In a criminal trial, the age of a child may not be the reason for...
§ 9-104A person convicted of perjury may not testify.
§ 9-105One spouse is not competent to disclose any confidential communication...
§ 9-106The spouse of a person on trial for a crime may not be compelled...
§ 9-107A person may not be compelled to testify in violation of his privilege...
§ 9-108A person may not be compelled to testify in violation of the attorney-client...
§ 9-109"Authorized representative" means a person authorized by the patient...
§ 9-109.1In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 9-110In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 9-111A minister of the gospel, clergyman, or priest of an established...
§ 9-112In this section, "news media" means:
§ 9-113In a civil case, a party or an officer, director, or managing agent...
§ 9-114If a party or witness is deaf or cannot readily understand or communicate...
§ 9-115Where character evidence is otherwise relevant to the proceeding,...
§ 9-116A party to a proceeding by or against a personal representative,...
§ 9-117It is not competent, in any case, for any party to the cause who...
§ 9-118The oath for a person testifying before the grand jury shall be...
§ 9-119A person testifying in a supplementary or discovery proceeding in...
§ 9-120Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a psychologist licensed...
§ 9-121In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 9-122A member of the General Assembly may not be subpoenaed to testify...
§ 9-123In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 9-201A judge may issue summons for the attendance of a party, witnesses,...
§ 9-203In any criminal proceeding in which a warrant is issued for the...
§ 9-204The court which issued an execution on a forfeited recognizance...
§ 9-205An employer may not deprive an employee of the employee’s job solely...
§ 9-301In this title the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 9-302If a judge of a court of record in any state which by its laws has...
§ 9-303If a person in any state, which by its laws has made provision for...
§ 9-304If a person comes into this State in obedience to a summons directing...
§ 9-305This subtitle shall be so interpreted and construed as to effectuate...
§ 9-306This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Act to Secure...
§ 9-401In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 9-402To request issuance of a subpoena under this section, a party shall...
§ 9-403A subpoena issued by a clerk of court under § 9–402 of this subtitle...
§ 9-404Title 2, Chapter 400 of the Maryland Rules and Maryland Rule 2–510...
§ 9-405An application to the court for a protective order or to enforce,...
§ 9-406In applying and construing this uniform act, consideration shall...
§ 9-407This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Interstate Depositions...
§ 10-101"Business" includes business, profession, and occupation of every...
§ 10-102If a business, institution, member of a profession or calling, or...
§ 10-103In this section the following words have the meanings indicated:
§ 10-104In this section the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 10-105The provisions of this section apply to a civil action in:
§ 10-201The 1957 Edition of the Annotated Code of Maryland, prepared and...
§ 10-201.1The Public Local Laws of Maryland - Compilation of Municipal Charters...
§ 10-202Printed books or pamphlets purporting on their face to be the session...
§ 10-203The public laws, ordinances, regulations, and resolutions approved...
§ 10-204A copy of a public record, book, paper, or proceeding of any agency...
§ 10-205In this section, "the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services...
§ 10-206When a clerk of any court has replaced worn and dilapidated records...
§ 10-207Printed copies of schedules, classifications, and tariffs of rates,...
§ 10-208A written finding of presumed death made by the Secretary of Defense...
§ 10-209An official written report or record or duly certified copy of an...
§ 10-210For the purpose of §§ 10-208 and 10-209 of this subtitle, any finding,...
§ 10-301The speed of a motor vehicle may be proved by evidence of a test...
§ 10-301.1In §§ 10-302 through 10-309 of this subtitle, the following words...
§ 10-302In a prosecution for a violation of a law concerning a person who...
§ 10-303A specimen of breath or 1 specimen of blood may be taken for the...
§ 10-304In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 10-305The type of test administered to the defendant to determine alcohol...
§ 10-306(i)Subject to the provisions of paragraph (2) of this subsection,...
§ 10-307In any criminal, juvenile, or civil proceeding in which a person...
§ 10-308The evidence of the analysis does not limit the introduction of...
§ 10-309(i)Except as provided in § 16-205.1(c) of the Transportation Article,...
§ 10-310A photograph, microphotograph, videotape, or other recorded image...
§ 10-311A recorded image of a motor vehicle produced by a traffic control...
§ 10-312Subject to subsection (b) of this section, in a prosecution for...
§ 10-401As used in this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated:
§ 10-402Except as otherwise specifically provided in this subtitle it is...
§ 10-403Except as otherwise specifically provided in this subtitle, any...
§ 10-404Any electronic, mechanical, or other device used, manufactured,...
§ 10-405Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, whenever any...
§ 10-406The Attorney General, State Prosecutor, or any State’s Attorney...
§ 10-407Any investigative or law enforcement officer who, by any means authorized...
§ 10-408Each application for an order authorizing the interception of a...
§ 10-409Within 30 days after the expiration of the total period of an order,...
§ 10-410Any person whose wire, oral, or electronic communication is intercepted,...
§ 10-411Law enforcement agencies in the State shall register with the Department...
§ 10-412Any person who breaks and enters, enters under false pretenses,...
§ 10-413The Secretary of State Police or the commander of the law enforcement...
§ 10-414A person who has knowledge that an investigative or law enforcement...
§ 10-4A-01In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 10-4A-02Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, a person may...
§ 10-4A-03Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a person or...
§ 10-4A-04An investigative or law enforcement officer may require a provider...
§ 10-4A-05A subpoena or court order issued under § 10-4A-04 of this subtitle...
§ 10-4A-06In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 10-4A-07Except as otherwise provided in subsection (c) of this section,...
§ 10-4A-08Except as provided in § 10-4A-04(e) of this subtitle, a provider...
§ 10-4B-01In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 10-4B-02Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a person may...
§ 10-4B-03An investigative or law enforcement officer may make application...
§ 10-4B-04Upon an application made under § 10-4B-03 of this subtitle, the...
§ 10-4B-05Upon the request of an investigative or law enforcement officer...
§ 10-501Every court of this State shall take judicial notice of the common...
§ 10-502The court may inform itself of those laws in the manner it deems...
§ 10-503The determination of the laws shall be made by the court and not...
§ 10-504A party may also present to the trial court any admissible evidence...
§ 10-505The law of a jurisdiction other than those referred to in § 10-501...
§ 10-506This subtitle shall be interpreted and construed to effectuate its...
§ 10-507This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Judicial Notice...
§ 10-601A debt of record entered in a court located in the United States...
§ 10-701In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 10-702This subtitle applies to a foreign judgment that is final, conclusive,...
§ 10-703Except as provided in § 10–704 of this subtitle, a foreign judgment...
§ 10-704A foreign judgment is not conclusive if:
§ 10-705The foreign judgment may not be refused recognition for lack of...
§ 10-706If the defendant satisfies the court either that an appeal is pending...
§ 10-707This subtitle does not prevent the recognition of a foreign judgment...
§ 10-708This subtitle shall be so interpreted and construed as to effectuate...
§ 10-709This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Foreign Money-Judgments...
§ 10-801Where title to property or its devolution depends upon priority...
§ 10-802Where two or more beneficiaries are designated to take successively...
§ 10-803Where there is no sufficient evidence that two joint tenants or...
§ 10-804Where the insured and the beneficiary in a policy of life or accident...
§ 10-805This subtitle shall not apply in the case of wills, living trusts,...
§ 10-806This subtitle shall be construed and interpreted to effectuate its...
§ 10-807This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Simultaneous...
§ 10-901During the trial of a criminal case in which the defendant is charged...
§ 10-902There is no presumption that an offense committed by a wife in the...
§ 10-903Evidence is not admissible in a civil proceeding to prove that any...
§ 10-904In a civil or criminal case in which a person is charged with commission...
§ 10-905Evidence is admissible to prove the interest of a witness in any...
§ 10-906Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section evidence is...
§ 10-907If an action is brought to charge a person on a special promise...
§ 10-908If a plat is authenticated, it may be considered as evidence.
§ 10-909Patented land is not required to be stated by the patented name...
§ 10-910In an action on behalf of an infant to recover for death, personal...
§ 10-911In any legal proceeding of any nature, the quantities and qualities...
§ 10-912A confession may not be excluded from evidence solely because the...
§ 10-913In any action for punitive damages for personal injury, evidence...
§ 10-914A laboratory test, performed by a laboratory certified by the Department...
§ 10-915In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 10-916In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 10-917A written statement of expenses or a bill shall be taken as prima...
§ 10-918Subject to subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a party who...
§ 10-919After all right to appeal has been exhausted, a judgment of conviction...
§ 10-920In this section, "health care provider" has the meaning stated in...
§ 10-921In an action against an insurer or the Maryland Automobile Insurance...
§ 10-1001For the purpose of establishing that physical evidence in a criminal...
§ 10-1002In this part:
§ 10-1003In a criminal proceeding, the prosecution shall, upon written demand...
§ 10-1004In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 11-101Except as otherwise provided by law, a money judgment, penalty,...
§ 11-102A judgment against less than all partners or persons jointly liable...
§ 11-103In a contract action brought against alleged joint debtors:
§ 11-104In an action of detinue a plaintiff may recover the personal property...
§ 11-105In any cause of action affecting the common property, rights, and...
§ 11-106A money judgment entered in an action arising from a contract for...
§ 11-107Except as provided in § 11-106 of this subtitle, the legal rate...
§ 11-108In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 11-109In this section, "economic damages" means loss of earnings and medical...
§ 11-110In this section the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 11-111If a court orders that a deed of any kind shall be executed, it...
§ 11-112In this section, "payor" has the same meaning stated in § 19-132...
§ 11-201If an action is brought for the penalty of any bond, bill, covenant,...
§ 11-202In the absence of fraud, negligence, or willful trespass, the measure...
§ 11-203In an action on the bond of the clerk of a court or register of...
§ 11-301In an action for bodily injury arising from the operation of a motor...
§ 11-401In this subtitle the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 11-402In this section, "land" means real property or any interest in or...
§ 11-403A writ of execution on a money judgment does not become a lien on...
§ 11-501A sheriff or constable to whom any writ of execution is directed...
§ 11-502A sheriff shall give notice of the time, place, and terms of the...
§ 11-503Except in Harford County, if a sheriff is required to sell real...
§ 11-504In this section the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 11-505In addition to any other requirement under the Maryland Rules, before...
§ 11-506If the defendant has waived his exemptions, the court shall enter...
§ 11-507The provisions of this subtitle relative to exemptions do not impair...
§ 11-508If the appraiser determines that the defendant’s property cannot...
§ 11-509If a sheriff sells any interest of the defendant in any property,...
§ 11-510If a sheriff states in his return that he seized property of the...
§ 11-511If a dispute exists as to the distribution of the proceeds of a...
§ 11-512If a sheriff is prevented by an injunction from selling personal...
§ 11-513If a recognizance taken for the appearance of a person to answer...
§ 11-601Except as provided by subsection (b) of this section, if a judgment...
§ 11-602A sheriff may not levy by way of execution against a garnishee more...
§ 11-603Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, a garnishment...
§ 11-701The District Court has the same power to enforce, renew, revise,...
§ 11-702A judge of the District Court may not issue a blank execution on...
§ 11-703A judgment of the District Court shall be entered within three days...
§ 11-801In this subtitle, "foreign judgment" means a judgment, decree, or...
§ 11-802(i)Except as provided in subparagraphs (ii) and (iii) of this paragraph,...
§ 11-803At the time a foreign judgment is filed, the judgment creditor or...
§ 11-804The court shall stay enforcement of the foreign judgment until an...
§ 11-805A person filing a foreign judgment shall pay $25 to the clerk of...
§ 11-806This subtitle shall be interpreted and construed to achieve its...
§ 11-807This subtitle may be cited as the "Uniform Enforcement of Foreign...
§ 12-101In this title the following terms have the meanings indicated.
§ 12-201Except as provided in § 12-202 of this subtitle, in any case or...
§ 12-202A review by way of certiorari may not be granted by the Court of...
§ 12-203If the Court of Appeals finds that review of the case described...
§ 12-301Except as provided in § 12-302 of this subtitle, a party may appeal...
§ 12-302Unless a right to appeal is expressly granted by law, § 12-301 of...
§ 12-303A party may appeal from any of the following interlocutory orders...
§ 12-304Any person may appeal from any order or judgment passed to preserve...
§ 12-305The Court of Appeals shall require by writ of certiorari that a...
§ 12-306The purpose of §§ 12-307 and 12-308 of this subtitle is to allocate...
§ 12-307The Court of Appeals has:
§ 12-308Except as provided in § 12-307 of this subtitle, the Court of Special...
§ 12-401A party in a civil case may appeal from a final judgment entered...
§ 12-402Any person may appeal from any order or judgment passed to preserve...
§ 12-403An appeal from the District Court sitting in one of the counties...
§ 12-404If a judgment of the District Court imposing a fine or penalty for...
§ 12-501A party may appeal to the Court of Special Appeals from a final...
§ 12-502(i)Instead of a direct appeal to the Court of Special Appeals pursuant...
§ 12-601In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 12-602The Court of Appeals or the Court of Special Appeals of this State,...
§ 12-603The Court of Appeals of this State may answer a question of law...
§ 12-604The Court of Appeals of this State may reformulate a question of...
§ 12-605The court certifying a question of law to the Court of Appeals of...
§ 12-606A certification order shall contain:
§ 12-607The Court of Appeals of this State, acting as a receiving court,...
§ 12-608After the Court of Appeals of this State has accepted a certified...
§ 12-609The Court of Appeals of this State shall state in a written opinion...
§ 12-610Fees and costs are the same as in civil appeals docketed before...
§ 12-611If any provision of this subtitle or its application to any person...
§ 12-612This subtitle shall be applied and construed to effectuate its general...
§ 12-613This subtitle may be cited as the Maryland Uniform Certification...
§ 12-701An appeal from an orphans’ court or a circuit court stays all proceedings...
§ 12-702If an appellate court remands a criminal case to a lower court in...
§ 13-101There is an Administrative Office of the Courts, headed by the State...
§ 13-102In each county of the seventh judicial circuit, there may be a court...
§ 13-201There is a position of State Reporter. The judges of the Court of...
§ 13-202#VALUE!
§ 13-203The State Reporter, under the supervision of the Court of Appeals,...
§ 13-204The State Reporter, under the direction and supervision of the Court...
§ 13-301To aid in the exercise of its rulemaking powers, the Court of Appeals...
§ 13-302The Court of Appeals may employ necessary assistants for the committee...
§ 13-303The State Court Administrator shall pay the assistants’ salaries...
§ 13-401The Commission on Judicial Disabilities established pursuant to...
§ 13-402In case of contumacy by any person, or refusal to obey a subpoena...
§ 13-403The Commission may grant to any person immunity from prosecution,...
§ 13-501The State Law Library shall be part of the Judiciary Department...
§ 13-502The library committee consists of three or more persons appointed...
§ 13-503The library committee may:
§ 13-504The Director of the State Law Library may:
§ 13-601In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated.
§ 13-602There is a Circuit Court Real Property Records Improvement Fund.
§ 13-603The Fund consists of:
§ 13-604The Administrator shall establish a surcharge of $20 for each type...
§ 13-605The State Treasurer shall report to the Administrator annually:
§ 13-606The Administrator shall adopt rules necessary to carry out the purposes...

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Questions & Answers: Courts

What is the la revised statue that tells how the clerk of court office is governed and the rules of the clerk of coiurt...
My ex and her family r dragging my name threw the mud and telling people i beat kids and the women i date a couple of them have broke up with me because of them spreading these lie...
I suggest you contact the police to press charges....
Can the Circuit court have jurisdiction against the State of TN for liability in a car accident or the State should be sued in Fedreal Court ?...
Knox Co Circuit Court can judge a Liability against the Sate of TN in a car accident or not ?...
What is the punishment for failure to attend classes and community service for a dwi? ...

U.S. Code Provisions: Courts

U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 1 - General Provisions
U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 3 - Case Administration
U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 5 - Creditors, The Debtor, And The Estate
U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 9 - Adjustment Of Debts Of A Municipality
U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 15 - Ancillary And Other Cross-Border Cases
U.S. Code > Title 28 > Part I - Organization Of Courts
U.S. Code > Title 28 > Part III - Court Officers And Employees
U.S. Code Title 28 > Part IV > Chapter 81 - Supreme Court
U.S. Code Title 28 > Part IV > Chapter 83 - Courts Of Appeals
U.S. Code Title 28 > Part IV > Chapter 85 - District Courts; Jurisdiction
U.S. Code > Title 42 > Chapter 46 - Justice System Improvement
U.S. Code > Title 42 > Chapter 113 - State Justice Institute

Federal Regulations: Courts

U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 1 - General Provisions
U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 3 - Case Administration
U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 5 - Creditors, The Debtor, And The Estate
U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 9 - Adjustment Of Debts Of A Municipality
U.S. Code > Title 11 > Chapter 15 - Ancillary And Other Cross-Border Cases
U.S. Code > Title 28 > Part I - Organization Of Courts
U.S. Code > Title 28 > Part III - Court Officers And Employees
U.S. Code Title 28 > Part IV > Chapter 81 - Supreme Court
U.S. Code Title 28 > Part IV > Chapter 83 - Courts Of Appeals
U.S. Code Title 28 > Part IV > Chapter 85 - District Courts; Jurisdiction
U.S. Code > Title 42 > Chapter 46 - Justice System Improvement
U.S. Code > Title 42 > Chapter 113 - State Justice Institute
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