§ 1-101 In this article the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-201 This section does not apply to: …
§ 1-202 This section applies to the following governmental entities: …
§ 1-203 This section applies to the following governmental entities: …
§ 1-204 If a municipality, county, or other political subdivision of the…
§ 1-205 Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, a county or…
§ 1-301 This subtitle applies to the following governmental entities: …
§ 1-302 Employment by a governmental entity does not affect any right or…
§ 1-303 Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, an employee of a…
§ 1-304 An employee of a governmental entity may not: …
§ 1-305 A person who violates this subtitle is guilty of a misdemeanor and…
§ 1-306 Notwithstanding any other law of the State effective on or before…
§ 1-401 In this section, “computer software program” means a…
§ 1-402 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-403 An officer or agent of a county or municipality who is charged…
§ 1-501 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-502 This subtitle applies to the regulation in any manner, by a county…
§ 1-503 A county or municipality may not authorize or certify residential…
§ 1-504 In addition to reporting, as required under § 6dash;848.2…
§ 1-601 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-602 This subtitle does not apply to Charles County.
§ 1-603 This subtitle is additional and supplemental to any law governing…
§ 1-604 The governing body of a county or municipality may: …
§ 1-605 A parks and recreation unit may: …
§ 1-606 If the governing body of a county or municipality determines that…
§ 1-607 The governing body of a county or municipality may establish and…
§ 1-608 The governing body of a county or municipality may appropriate…
§ 1-609 In the manner provided by law for the issuance of bonds for other…
§ 1-610 The governing body of a county or municipality, by and through the…
§ 1-611 The governing body of a county or municipality, by and through the…
§ 1-701 This subtitle does not apply to Baltimore City.
§ 1-702 Sections 1dash;703 through 1dash;707 of this subtitle do not: …
§ 1-703 It is the policy of the State to authorize each county and…
§ 1-704 It is the policy of the State to authorize each county and…
§ 1-705 Notwithstanding any anticompetitive effect, it is the policy of…
§ 1-706 It is the policy of the State to authorize each county and…
§ 1-707 This section applies only to code counties and municipalities. …
§ 1-708 Unless otherwise defined by local law, in this section,…
§ 1-709 Notwithstanding any anticompetitive effect, the County…
§ 1-801 In this section, “federal project” means any federal…
§ 1-802 For the purpose of constructing, financing, maintaining, using, or…
§ 1-803 Regardless of whether a county or municipality has established a…
§ 1-804 After consultation with the Department of Budget and Management,…
§ 1-901 The governing body of a county or a municipality may provide…
§ 1-902 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 1-903 On request of the Director of the Baltimore City Department of…
§ 1-1001 A county or municipality may establish a hospital or other…
§ 1-1002 A hospital, as defined in § 19dash;301 of the Health…
§ 1-1005 In this part, “board” means a citizens nursing home…
§ 1-1006 The county commissioners or county council of a county may…
§ 1-1007 Except as provided in subsection (d)(1) of…
§ 1-1008 The board shall elect a chair from among its members. …
§ 1-1009 The board shall meet at least once a month to conduct its…
§ 1-1010 The board shall establish, maintain, and operate a nursing home or…
§ 1-1011 The board shall adopt rules to govern its operations.
§ 1-1012 As much as possible, the activities of the board shall be…
§ 1-1013 The board shall report annually to the county commissioners or…
§ 1-1014 In addition to the authority provided in this part, the governing…
§ 1-1017 The county commissioners or county council of a county may…
§ 1-1101 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-1102 A county or municipality may enact an ordinance or a resolution to…
§ 1-1103 The purpose of a program is to provide loans to: …
§ 1-1104 An ordinance or resolution enacted under § 1dash;1102 of…
§ 1-1105 Subject to subsection (c) of this section, a program shall require…
§ 1-1106 A county or municipality may issue bonds to finance loans made…
§ 1-1107 A county or municipality may incur general obligation debt for the…
§ 1-1108 A bond: …
§ 1-1109 A bond, the transfer of a bond, the interest payable on a bond,…
§ 1-1110 In an action involving the validity or enforceability of a bond or…
§ 1-1201 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-1202 This section applies only in: …
§ 1-1203 This section applies only in: …
§ 1-1204 Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection,…
§ 1-1205 Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection,…
§ 1-1206 In a proceeding before the District Court, a violation of this…
§ 1-1207 If the District Court finds that a person has committed a civil…
§ 1-1208 The District Court shall remit any penalties it collects for a…
§ 1-1209 Adjudication of a violation of this subtitle is not a criminal…
§ 1-1301 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-1302 Subject to subsection (c) of this section, if a State law or…
§ 1-1303 In this section, “regulation” has the meaning stated…
§ 1-1304 In this section, “civil penalty” means a civil fine or…
§ 1-1305 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-1306 In this section, “covered employee” has the meaning…
§ 1-1307 The population count used after each decennial census to create…
§ 1-1308 To support, foster, or promote an affordable housing program for…
§ 1-1309 In this section, “electric company” has the meaning…
§ 1-1310 In this section, “swimming pool” means a pool that is…
§ 1-1311 A county or municipality, in developing a construction or…
§ 1-1312 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-1401 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 1-1402 This subtitle shall be liberally construed to accomplish its…
§ 1-1403 By ordinance, the governing body of a local government may…
§ 1-1404 An ordinance that creates an authority shall establish a board to…
§ 1-1405 Except as limited by the authority’s articles of…
§ 1-1406 An authority may: …
§ 1-1407 An authority may: …
§ 1-1408 The court may appoint an authority to serve as a receiver in a…
§ 1-1409 An authority shall: …
§ 1-1410 An authority may have the same immunities as the local government…
§ 1-1411 With respect to property held or owned by the authority, the…
§ 1-1412 Property held by an authority shall be inventoried and classified…
§ 1-1413 After an unsuccessful attempt by the local government to collect…
§ 1-1414 Except as provided in subsections (c) and (d) of this section,…
§ 1-1415 An authority is exempt from any State or local tax or assessment…
§ 1-1416 An authority may bring a civil action to prevent, restrain, or…
§ 1-1417 Property of an authority is public property devoted to an…
§ 1-1418 An authority is subject to any local: …
§ 1-1419 An authority shall report annually on the activities of the…
§ 1-1420 An authority may: …
§ 1-1421 The corporate trustee under a trust agreement may be a trust…
§ 1-1422 Notwithstanding any other provision of this subtitle, in a…
§ 1-1423 Bonds are securities: …
§ 1-1424 A bond is not: …
§ 1-1425 An authority may: …
§ 1-1426 Any pledge of revenues and other money under §…
§ 1-1427 Proceeds from the sale of bonds and other revenues received under…
§ 1-1428 An authority may issue bonds to refund outstanding bonds of the…
§ 1-1429 An authority may issue negotiable bond anticipation notes in…
§ 1-1430 An authority shall convey title to property relating to a project…
§ 1-1431 A bondholder, a holder of any coupons attached to bonds, or a…
§ 1-1501 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 4-101 In this title the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 4-102 There is one class of municipalities in the State, and every…
§ 4-103 The residents of a municipality are a municipal corporation. …
§ 4-104 In this section, “special district” means a special…
§ 4-105 The legislative body of a municipality may not adopt an ordinance,…
§ 4-106 The legislative body of a municipality may set a date and…
§ 4-107 A municipality may not require an individual to own or control an…
§ 4-108 A qualified voter may vote in a municipal election by absentee…
§ 4-108.1 As to voting in a municipal election: …
§ 4-108.2 If a municipality requires candidates in a municipal election to…
§ 4-108.3 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 4-108.4 A municipality shall fill a vacancy that resulted from a tie vote…
§ 4-109 If the governing body of a municipality creates, or causes the…
§ 4-110 In this section, “ordinance” means a legislative…
§ 4-111 In this section, “legislation” means any form of…
§ 4-201 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 4-202 This subtitle governs municipal incorporation.
§ 4-203 An area proposed to be incorporated shall contain at least 300…
§ 4-204 A proposal to incorporate an area as a municipality is initiated…
§ 4-205 Within 90 days after the county commissioners or county council…
§ 4-206 The organizing committee shall present to the county commissioners…
§ 4-207 If the county commissioners or county council approves the…
§ 4-208 The county commissioners or county council shall notify the voters…
§ 4-209 Except as expressly or necessarily modified by this subtitle, a…
§ 4-210 An election of officers for a proposed municipality shall be…
§ 4-211 Casting a vote against the proposed incorporation does not prevent…
§ 4-212 The county commissioners or county council publicly shall proclaim…
§ 4-213 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, the county…
§ 4-214 When the public proclamation under § 4dash;209(d) of this…
§ 4-215 If a referendum held under this subtitle results in the creation…
§ 4-216 A new municipality that is eligible to assume planning and zoning…
§ 4-301 A municipality shall act in accordance with this subtitle in…
§ 4-302 An amendment to a municipal charter may be initiated by: …
§ 4-303 In conformity with the requirement imposed on the General Assembly…
§ 4-304 The legislative body of a municipality may initiate a proposed…
§ 4-305 By a petition presented to the legislative body of a municipality,…
§ 4-306 After a resolution is adopted by the legislative body or after its…
§ 4-307 On the day and during the hours specified in the resolution for a…
§ 4-308 When a charter amendment becomes effective, the chief executive…
§ 4-309 The exact text of an amendment to a municipal charter then…
§ 4-310 At the end of each calendar or fiscal year, each municipality…
§ 4-311 At the end of each calendar year, the Department of Legislative…
§ 4-312 The Department of Legislative Services shall compile the charters…
§ 4-313 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the repeal…
§ 4-314 If the following conditions are satisfied, the Executive Director…
§ 4-401 Subject to subsections (b) and (c) of this section, the…
§ 4-402 An annexation proposal may be initiated by: …
§ 4-403 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, an annexation…
§ 4-404 Subject to § 4dash;413 of this subtitle, an annexation…
§ 4-405 An annexation resolution shall provide that the residents in the…
§ 4-406 After an annexation resolution is introduced, the chief executive…
§ 4-407 After a public hearing, the legislative body of a municipality may…
§ 4-408 Subject to § 4dash;413 of this subtitle, at any time within…
§ 4-409 At any time within 45 days after enactment of an annexation…
§ 4-410 At any time within 45 days after enactment of an annexation…
§ 4-411 The chief executive and administrative officer of the municipality…
§ 4-412 The governing body of a municipality, by ordinance, resolution, or…
§ 4-413 If fewer than 20 residents in an area to be annexed are eligible…
§ 4-414 The chief executive and administrative officer of a municipality…
§ 4-415 In addition to, but not as part of, an annexation resolution, the…
§ 4-416 Notwithstanding § 4dash;104(f) of this title, if an area is…
§ 4-501 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, two or more abutting…
§ 4-502 To initiate a merger, the legislative body of each municipality…
§ 4-503 After both municipalities adopt the proposal of unification, the…
§ 4-504 The unified charter is a legal document separate from any other…
§ 4-505 The charter commission shall submit a proposed unified charter to…
§ 4-506 If a referendum is required under § 4dash;304 of this…
§ 4-507 If a majority of the voters casting votes in any municipality at a…
§ 4-508 A merging municipality shall transfer its assets and liabilities…
§ 4-509 Unless the zoning classification is amended under the procedures…
§ 5-101 A municipality may impose a property tax to pay a judgment or…
§ 5-102 This section does not affect any agreement existing before October…
§ 5-103 In this section, “junkyard” means: …
§ 5-104 A municipality may contract with a county to dispose of garbage or…
§ 5-105 The legislative body of a municipality may adopt an ordinance…
§ 5-106 In this section, “conservation area” means an area in…
§ 5-201 This subtitle does not authorize the legislative body of a…
§ 5-202 The legislative body of a municipality may adopt ordinances to: …
§ 5-203 In addition to, but not in substitution of, the powers that have…
§ 5-204 A municipality may change its corporate name. …
§ 5-205 A municipality may provide for the control and management of its…
§ 5-206 A municipality may establish a merit system in connection with the…
§ 5-207 A municipality may establish and maintain: …
§ 5-208 A municipality may provide for the creation, appointment, duties,…
§ 5-209 This section does not affect any public general law or public…
§ 5-210 A municipality may provide for, maintain, and operate community…
§ 5-211 A municipality may adopt regulations regarding the erection of…
§ 5-212 It is the policy of the State that: …
§ 5-213 A municipality may adopt zoning regulations, subject to any right…
§ 5-214 Section 18dash;301 of this article applies to the use of federal…
§ 5-215 This section applies only to a municipality that has urban renewal…
§ 5-216 A municipality may establish and maintain any park, garden,…
§ 5-217 A municipality may require the owners of property to keep the…
§ 5-218 The express powers contained in this subtitle are intended to and…
§ 5-301 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 5-302 The governing body of a municipality that provides residential…
§ 6-101 The legislative body of a municipality may provide that violations…
§ 6-102 Unless State law classifies a violation as a criminal offense, the…
§ 6-103 Any official authorized by the legislative body of a municipality…
§ 6-104 An enforcement officer may serve a summons with a citation that: …
§ 6-105 If a citation is served without a summons, the defendant may elect…
§ 6-106 If the defendant does not pay the fine by the date of payment set…
§ 6-107 If the defendant does not pay the fine as provided in the citation…
§ 6-108 The State’s Attorney for a county may: …
§ 6-109 In a municipal infraction proceeding: …
§ 6-110 If the District Court finds that the defendant has committed a…
§ 6-111 If a municipality abates an infraction under a District Court…
§ 6-112 Court costs in a municipal infraction proceeding in which costs…
§ 6-113 All fines, penalties, or forfeitures collected by the District…
§ 6-114 If, without good cause, a defendant does not pay a fine or cost…
§ 6-115 Adjudication of a municipal infraction is not a criminal…
§ 9-101 This section applies to all counties. …
§ 9-102 If the county commissioners or county council of a county…
§ 9-103 In this section, “ordinance”: …
§ 9-104 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 9-105 Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, this section applies…
§ 9-106 This section applies only to commission counties. …
§ 9-107 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 9-108 Except where a dividing line is fixed in a river by law, the…
§ 9-109 This section does not apply if the boundary between counties is a…
§ 9-110 Frederick County is a region of the State and shall be treated as…
§ 9-111 The County Commissioners of Allegany County may direct that any…
§ 9-112 The governing body of each county may erect two pillars 100 feet…
§ 9-113 In this section, “chief executive officer” means: …
§ 9-201 A charter county: …
§ 9-202 When a county becomes a charter county: …
§ 9-203 After the adoption or rejection of charter home rule, a county…
§ 9-204 Members of the county council of a charter county shall be elected…
§ 9-205 The voters of a charter county may reserve in the charter the…
§ 9-206 At the end of each calendar or fiscal year, each charter county…
§ 9-207 At the end of each calendar year, the Department of Legislative…
§ 9-301 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 9-302 There are four classes of code counties, based on the geographic…
§ 9-303 The county commissioners of each county may adopt code home rule…
§ 9-304 If the county commissioners decide to formally consider adopting…
§ 9-305 Within 60 days after the last public hearing, the county…
§ 9-306 The county board of elections shall submit the question of code…
§ 9-307 A code county may return to its form of government before the…
§ 9-308 Each code county shall proceed in accordance with this subtitle to…
§ 9-309 By public local law, the county commissioners of a code county…
§ 9-310 Each public local law of a code county shall be passed by original…
§ 9-311 A county commissioner of a code county may introduce a bill on any…
§ 9-312 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a public…
§ 9-313 The voters of a code county may submit to referendum, by petition,…
§ 9-314 At the end of each calendar or fiscal year, each code county shall…
§ 9-315 At the end of each calendar year, the Department of Legislative…
§ 9-401 This section applies only to code counties and commission…
§ 9-402 This section applies only to: …
§ 9-403 This section applies only to code counties and commission…
§ 9-404 This section applies only to code counties and commission…
§ 9-405 This section applies only to code counties and commission…
§ 9-406 This section applies only to code counties and commission…
§ 9-501 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 9-502 It is the policy of St. Mary’s County that: …
§ 9-503 This subtitle prevails if it conflicts with another statute,…
§ 9-504 Except as provided in § 9dash;512 of this subtitle, a…
§ 9-505 This section does not apply to a staff meeting. …
§ 9-506 A public agency meeting may be adjourned and reconvened at another…
§ 9-507 This section does not apply to a staff meeting. …
§ 9-508 This section does not apply to: …
§ 9-509 A public agency that conducts a meeting that is open to the public…
§ 9-510 Except as provided in § 9dash;512 of this subtitle, a staff…
§ 9-511 A public agency meeting that is required to be open to the public…
§ 9-512 A public agency meeting or a staff meeting may be conducted in a…
§ 9-513 A public agency may adopt rules and regulations to maintain order…
§ 9-514 A person denied a right conferred by this subtitle may file a…
§ 9-515 A person who knowingly violates this subtitle more than twice is…
§ 9-516 This subtitle may be cited as the St. Mary’s County Open…
§ 10-101 This title does not apply to Baltimore City.
§ 10-102 In addition to other powers granted to charter counties, each…
§ 10-103 The express powers contained in this title are intended to and…
§ 10-201 This subtitle applies only to charter counties.
§ 10-202 A county may enact local laws and may repeal or amend any local…
§ 10-203 Subject to any limit imposed by a county charter and this…
§ 10-204 A county may pass any ordinance that facilitates the amendment of…
§ 10-205 A county may provide for the conduct of a special election to fill…
§ 10-206 A county council may pass any ordinance, resolution, or bylaw not…
§ 10-301 This subtitle applies only to charter counties and code counties.
§ 10-302 By ordinance, a county may establish a commission to recommend…
§ 10-303 If a county executive is authorized, the county may set the…
§ 10-304 A county may establish, maintain, and control hospitals, homeless…
§ 10-305 A county may enact local laws to provide for: …
§ 10-306 A county may create and revise election districts and precincts.
§ 10-307 Unless otherwise governed by other public general law, a county…
§ 10-308 A county may provide for advertising, printing, and publishing of…
§ 10-309 A county may provide for: …
§ 10-310 For any county work, a county may provide for competitive bidding…
§ 10-311 A county may prevent the credit of the county in any manner from…
§ 10-312 A county may provide for the protection of county property. …
§ 10-313 A county may direct the class or subclass of property that is…
§ 10-314 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a county may…
§ 10-315 In this section, “authority” means a commercial…
§ 10-316 Section 18dash;301 of this article applies to the use of federal…
§ 10-317 After reasonable notice and a public hearing, a county may enact…
§ 10-318 A county may: …
§ 10-319 A county may provide for: …
§ 10-320 A county may provide for the draining of swamps and lowlands. …
§ 10-321 A county may enact local laws that provide for: …
§ 10-322 A county has the same powers enumerated in Title 12, Subtitle 7 of…
§ 10-323 A county may enact local laws providing for the development and…
§ 10-324 A county may enact local laws relating to zoning and planning to…
§ 10-325 A county may enact laws for historic and landmark zoning and…
§ 10-326 A county may enact local laws that require a developer of land for…
§ 10-327 A county may establish a county board of health to act instead of…
§ 10-328 A county may provide for the prevention, abatement, and removal of…
§ 10-329 A county may regulate the conditions under which dogs and…
§ 10-330 A county may enact local fish and game laws.
§ 11-101 In this title, “public local law” has the meaning…
§ 11-102 This title applies only to code counties.
§ 11-103 It is the intent of the General Assembly that the authority…
§ 11-201 Unless a law, a resolution, or an ordinance classifies a violation…
§ 11-202 Any official authorized by the county commissioners to serve a…
§ 11-203 A county may impose: …
§ 11-204 A defendant who receives a citation under this subtitle may: …
§ 11-205 To elect to stand trial for a civil infraction, the defendant…
§ 11-206 Subject to subsections (b) and (c) of this section, the…
§ 11-207 In a civil infraction proceeding: …
§ 11-208 A defendant who is found to have committed a civil infraction…
§ 11-209 If a defendant is found guilty of a civil infraction and a fine is…
§ 11-210 A defendant who is found guilty of a civil infraction may file a…
§ 11-211 Adjudication of a civil infraction is not a criminal conviction…
§ 11-301 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 11-302 This subtitle applies in code counties in the Eastern Shore class…
§ 11-303 After making independent factual findings demonstrating a local…
§ 11-304 Subject to § 11dash;305 of this subtitle, a juvenile curfew…
§ 11-305 A juvenile curfew ordinance adopted under this subtitle does not…
§ 11-306 If a law enforcement officer reasonably believes that a minor is…
§ 11-307 A civil citation for a violation of a juvenile curfew ordinance…
§ 11-308 When a minor is taken into custody for a violation of a juvenile…
§ 11-401 In this section, “department” means a department of…
§ 11-402 In this section, “local community” means an…
§ 11-501 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 11-502 This subtitle applies only in code counties in the Southern…
§ 11-503 The county commissioners may adopt rules and regulations for the…
§ 11-504 The rules and regulations adopted by the county commissioners may:…
§ 11-505 Before adopting rules and regulations under § 11dash;503 of…
§ 11-506 A person who violates a rule or regulation adopted under §…
§ 11-507 In the event of a conflict, federal law, State law, or written…
§ 12-101 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 12-102 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 12-103 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 12-104 In Dorchester County, the governing body may include in the merit…
§ 12-105 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 12-106 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 12-107 This section applies to all counties except Baltimore City. …
§ 12-108 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section and…
§ 12-109 Frederick County may: …
§ 12-201 This subtitle applies to all counties except: …
§ 12-202 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 12-203 The County Commissioners of Charles County may provide retirement…
§ 12-204 The governing body of Dorchester County may include the employees…
§ 12-205 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 12-206 The County Commissioners of Kent County may provide retirement…
§ 12-207 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 12-208 This subsection does not apply to…
§ 12-301 This section applies only to commission counties. …
§ 12-302 In this section, “government organization” includes: …
§ 12-303 This section applies only to commission counties. …
§ 12-401 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 12-402 The County Commissioners of Calvert County may acquire an option…
§ 12-403 The County Commissioners of Caroline County may: …
§ 12-404 Except for the procurement of an option to purchase real property,…
§ 12-405 Notwithstanding any other provision of State law, when negotiating…
§ 12-406 The County Commissioners of Charles County may: …
§ 12-407 The governing body of Dorchester County may: …
§ 12-408 Frederick County may: …
§ 12-409 The County Commissioners of Garrett County may: …
§ 12-410 The County Commissioners of St. Mary’s County may sell to a…
§ 12-411 Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the County…
§ 12-412 The County Commissioners of Washington County may acquire property…
§ 12-501 In this part, “road” includes a street, an avenue, an…
§ 12-502 The provisions in this subtitle that relate to public roads apply…
§ 12-503 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 12-504 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 12-505 This section applies to all counties except Baltimore City. …
§ 12-506 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 12-507 This section applies to all counties. …
§ 12-508 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 12-511 This part applies to all counties, except Baltimore City and Queen…
§ 12-512 A resident of the county may request, by petition, that the…
§ 12-513 The governing body of a county may contract with a property owner…
§ 12-514 If the governing body of a county decides to open, alter, or close…
§ 12-515 Taking into account the advantages and disadvantages of opening or…
§ 12-516 At the first meeting of the governing body of a county following…
§ 12-517 If a county road cannot be conveniently drained by drains along…
§ 12-518 This section applies only to: …
§ 12-519 This section does not apply to: …
§ 12-520 Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a…
§ 12-521 If the governing body of a county decides to open or alter a road,…
§ 12-522 If any road in Frederick County has not been maintained for a…
§ 12-523 The County Commissioners of Allegany County may open or close, or…
§ 12-526 In this part, “road” includes a street, an avenue, an…
§ 12-527 This section applies only to: …
§ 12-528 This section applies only to: …
§ 12-529 The County Commissioners of Calvert County may establish road…
§ 12-530 This section does not apply to a privately owned road in Calvert…
§ 12-531 The County Commissioners of Carroll County may regulate any county…
§ 12-532 Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, Cecil County…
§ 12-533 To the extent not provided for in Title 8 of the Transportation…
§ 12-534 The County Commissioners of Charles County shall designate county…
§ 12-535 In accordance with § 21dash;1119 of the Transportation…
§ 12-536 The County Commissioners of Garrett County may enact an ordinance…
§ 12-537 In this section, “visible from the traveled way” means…
§ 12-538 The County Commissioners of St. Mary’s County may regulate…
§ 12-539 The County Council of Talbot County may maintain, repair, and…
§ 12-601 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 12-602 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 12-603 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 12-606 This part applies to all counties, except Baltimore City.
§ 12-607 A person may request, by petition, that the governing body of a…
§ 12-608 This section does not apply to Cecil County. …
§ 12-609 On the date designated in the advertisement for the contract to…
§ 12-610 A resident of a county may submit a written petition to the…
§ 12-611 If the governing bodies of the adjoining counties approve the…
§ 12-612 The examiners shall: …
§ 12-613 A resident of a county in which the governing body has decided to…
§ 12-616 The County Commissioners of Carroll County may regulate the public…
§ 12-617 Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, Cecil County…
§ 12-618 The County Commissioners of St. Mary’s County may regulate…
§ 12-621 This section applies to all counties. …
§ 12-701 In this section, “Act” means the federal Watershed…
§ 12-801 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 12-802 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 12-803 The County Commissioners of Caroline County may provide money to…
§ 12-804 Notwithstanding Title 11, Subtitle 2 of the Land Use Article and…
§ 12-805 A person may not establish, maintain, or operate a labor camp for…
§ 12-806 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 12-901 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 12-902 In this section, “agreement” means an agreement to…
§ 12-903 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 13-101 Except as otherwise provided in this part, this part applies to…
§ 13-102 This section does not apply in Washington County. …
§ 13-103 This section does not apply in Washington County. …
§ 13-104 In this section, “service dog” means a dog that is…
§ 13-105 Regardless of whether the dog bears the proper license tag…
§ 13-106 The governing body of a county may contract with a person for the…
§ 13-107 This section does not apply in Somerset County. …
§ 13-108 This section applies to all counties, including Baltimore City. …
§ 13-109 This section does not apply in Garrett County or Washington…
§ 13-112 In Allegany County, on or before July 1 of each year, a person…
§ 13-113 In Anne Arundel County, a person owning or keeping a dog shall…
§ 13-114 In Baltimore County, on or before July 1 of each year, a person…
§ 13-115 The County Commissioners of Calvert County shall set the fees for…
§ 13-116 In Caroline County, on or before July 1 of each year, a person…
§ 13-117 The County Commissioners of Carroll County, by ordinance, may…
§ 13-118 The governing body of Cecil County, by ordinance or resolution,…
§ 13-119 In Charles County, on or before July 1 of each year, a person…
§ 13-120 The governing body of Dorchester County, by ordinance, may provide…
§ 13-121 The governing body of Frederick County, by ordinance, may provide…
§ 13-122 The County Commissioners of Garrett County, by ordinance, may…
§ 13-123 The governing body of Harford County, by resolution or ordinance,…
§ 13-124 In Howard County, the County Executive, with the approval of the…
§ 13-125 The County Commissioners of Kent County, by resolution, may…
§ 13-126 In Montgomery County, the County Executive shall set the fees for…
§ 13-127 In Prince George’s County, on or before July 1 of each year,…
§ 13-128 The County Commissioners of Queen Anne’s County may adopt…
§ 13-129 In St. Mary’s County, on or before June 30 of each year, a…
§ 13-130 The County Commissioners of Somerset County, by ordinance, may…
§ 13-131 The County Council of Talbot County shall set the fees, terms, and…
§ 13-132 The County Commissioners of Washington County may designate a…
§ 13-133 In Wicomico County, each year as specified by law, a person owning…
§ 13-134 In Worcester County, on or before July 1 of each year, a person…
§ 13-201 This section applies only in: …
§ 13-202 This section applies to all counties except Baltimore City. …
§ 13-203 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 13-204 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 13-205 Notwithstanding any provision of the Business Regulation Article,…
§ 13-301 In this part, “transient vendor” means a person who: …
§ 13-302 This part applies only in: …
§ 13-303 This part applies to a transient vendor and the principal or agent…
§ 13-304 The governing body of a county may license and regulate transient…
§ 13-305 A promoter, a sponsor, or any other person who organizes a…
§ 13-306 At least 30 days before the date of intended sale in a county, a…
§ 13-307 An applicant for a transient vendor license shall execute and file…
§ 13-308 The governing body of a county shall verify the statements made by…
§ 13-309 Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, a transient vendor…
§ 13-310 Before conducting business in a county, a transient vendor shall…
§ 13-311 In Carroll County, in a proceeding to prosecute a violation of…
§ 13-312 The County Commissioners of Carroll County may adopt regulations…
§ 13-315 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 13-401 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 13-402 This section applies to all counties, except: …
§ 13-402.1 In this section, “displacement” means the provision of…
§ 13-403 The governing body of a county may: …
§ 13-404 The County Commissioners of Calvert County may provide that unpaid…
§ 13-405 The County Commissioners of Calvert County may seek reimbursement…
§ 13-406 The County Commissioners of Calvert County may enact an ordinance…
§ 13-407 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 13-408 The County Commissioners of Washington County may adopt…
§ 13-409 The County Commissioners of Washington County may enact an…
§ 13-410 The health officer for Washington County or the health…
§ 13-411 In this section, “splash pad” means an outdoor play…
§ 13-501 In this subtitle, “junkyard” means a public or private…
§ 13-502 Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, this subtitle…
§ 13-503 The governing body of a county may adopt rules and regulations for…
§ 13-504 The rules and regulations adopted by the governing body of a…
§ 13-505 Before adopting rules and regulations under § 13dash;503 of…
§ 13-506 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a person who…
§ 13-507 In Calvert County, a person who maintains or operates a junkyard…
§ 13-508 In Charles County, a person who maintains or operates a junkyard…
§ 13-601 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, the governing body of a…
§ 13-602 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 13-603 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 13-604 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, the County Council of…
§ 13-605 In this section, “Advisory Board” means the Garrett…
§ 13-606 By ordinance, the County Commissioners of Washington County: …
§ 13-701 This section applies only to: …
§ 13-702 By resolution, the County Council of Prince George’s County…
§ 13-703 The County Commissioners of St. Mary’s County may: …
§ 13-704 The County Commissioners of Calvert County may provide for: …
§ 13-705 By ordinance or resolution, the County Commissioners of Cecil…
§ 13-706 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 13-801 This section applies to all counties except Baltimore City. …
§ 13-802 In this section, “floating home” means a vessel that: …
§ 13-803 The County Commissioners of Charles County may maintain a fund of…
§ 13-804 This section applies only to Dorchester County and Somerset…
§ 13-805 The governing body of Dorchester County may adopt regulations…
§ 13-901 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 13-902 This section applies only to: …
§ 13-903 The governing body of Cecil County may adopt a building code to…
§ 13-904 The County Commissioners of Charles County shall adopt a building…
§ 13-905 The County Commissioners of Queen Anne’s County may adopt a…
§ 13-906 The County Commissioners of St. Mary’s County may adopt a…
§ 13-907 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 13-910 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 13-911 This section applies to all counties, except Baltimore City. …
§ 13-912 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 13-915 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 13-916 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 13-917 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 13-918 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 13-921 This section applies to all counties except: …
§ 13-922 The governing body of Frederick County may enact an ordinance to…
§ 13-923 The County Commissioners of Washington County may enact a local…
§ 16-101 The fiscal year for each county, municipality, or special taxing…
§ 16-102 In preparing and revising its annual budget, a political…
§ 16-103 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 16-104 On or before April 30 of each year, the Department of Legislative…
§ 16-105 The governing body of each county shall publish annually, in at…
§ 16-106 The budget and fiscal policies and purchasing laws of a county…
§ 16-107 In this section, “reserve account” means a continuing,…
§ 16-108 In this section, “governmental charge” means a tax, a…
§ 16-109 This section applies only to commission counties. …
§ 16-110 This section applies to all counties except Baltimore City. …
§ 16-111 This section applies to all counties except Baltimore City. …
§ 16-112 Each fiscal year, each county shall pay to each municipality in…
§ 16-113 In Allegany County, an entity that provides water or sewer…
§ 16-114 In this section, “common ownership community” means: …
§ 16-115 In Washington County, a county license or permit may not be issued…
§ 16-116 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 16-201 The county treasurer, comptroller, tax collector, or other similar…
§ 16-202 The annual salary of the County Treasurer of Calvert County is…
§ 16-203 The annual salary of the County Treasurer of St. Mary’s…
§ 16-205 The annual salary of the County Treasurer of Washington County is:…
§ 16-301 Each county, municipality, and special taxing district shall adopt…
§ 16-302 Each county, municipality, and special taxing district shall…
§ 16-303 Each county, municipality, and special taxing district shall…
§ 16-304 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, on or…
§ 16-305 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, each county,…
§ 16-306 The county, municipality, or special taxing district shall report…
§ 16-307 Each year the Legislative Auditor shall: …
§ 16-308 Each county shall adopt uniform rules and regulations for the…
§ 16-309 If the Legislative Auditor audits the financial records of a…
§ 16-401 This subtitle shall be liberally construed.
§ 16-402 A county or municipality may use the taxing and borrowing…
§ 16-403 To exercise the authority granted under this subtitle, the…
§ 16-404 A county or municipality that exercises the authority granted…
§ 16-405 This section does not apply to Baltimore City. …
§ 16-406 The governing body of a county or municipality may exercise any…
§ 16-407 The administration, expenditure, and accounting of all money…
§ 16-501 Subject to subsection (e) of this section, for each fiscal year,…
§ 16-501 v2 Subject to subsection (e) of this section, for each fiscal year,…
§ 16-502 The intent of this section is to: …
§ 16-503 The Governor shall include in the budget bill for each fiscal year…
§ 16-504 If on or before January 1, 2020, the Federal Nuclear Regulatory…
§ 17-101 In this section, “State financial institution” means…
§ 17-102 In this section, “other postemployment benefits”…
§ 17-103 This section applies to bond sale proceeds and other money that…
§ 17-104 This section applies to the following governmental entities: …
§ 17-201 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 17-202 To the extent of any conflict, this subtitle and the local…
§ 17-203 This subtitle applies to the following governmental entities: …
§ 17-204 After consulting with the governmental entities, the State…
§ 17-205 The governing authority of each governmental entity shall adopt by…
§ 17-206 A financial officer may not invest public money of a governmental…
§ 17-207 Each governmental entity shall adopt by resolution, motion, or…
§ 17-208 The State Treasurer shall contact the governmental entity to seek…
§ 17-301 In this part the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 17-302 There is a Local Government Investment Pool.
§ 17-303 The Pool consists of: …
§ 17-304 The State Treasurer shall administer the Pool on behalf of: …
§ 17-305 The State Treasurer shall establish investment policies for the…
§ 17-306 The State Treasurer may: …
§ 17-307 Except for State money, money deposited in the Pool is not money…
§ 17-308 The governing authority of an authorized participant may direct…
§ 17-309 The State Treasurer shall maintain a separate account designated…
§ 17-312 There is a Montgomery County Investment Pool.
§ 17-313 The Montgomery County Investment Pool consists of money deposited…
§ 17-314 The Montgomery County Investment Pool shall be: …
§ 18-101 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 18-102 The General Assembly finds that: …
§ 18-103 This subtitle applies only to Baltimore City, Montgomery County,…
§ 18-104 A county or municipality may create a body politic and corporate…
§ 18-105 To create an authority, a county or municipality shall: …
§ 18-106 A county or municipality may: …
§ 18-107 An authority consists of five members. …
§ 18-108 An authority has the powers granted to it by local law, consistent…
§ 18-109 A county or municipality may authorize an authority to: …
§ 18-110 Property owned or controlled by an authority is exempt from all…
§ 18-111 The net earnings of an authority, other than those necessary to…
§ 18-112 On termination of an authority, all property, obligations, and…
§ 18-113 An act of an authority may not be challenged on the basis of the…
§ 18-114 To carry out the purposes of this subtitle, an authority may issue…
§ 18-115 If bonds are issued for projects having different probable useful…
§ 18-116 By local law consistent with this subtitle, a county or…
§ 18-117 By local law, a county or municipality may guarantee the bonds as…
§ 18-118 Bonds, the borrowing that they represent, the project being…
§ 18-119 Bonds are exempt from the conditions of sale requirements under…
§ 18-120 Bonds, transfer of the bonds, and the interest payable and income…
§ 18-121 This subtitle is the Parking Authorities Act.
§ 18-201 In this subtitle, “Convention Center” means the Roland…
§ 18-202 The Mayor and City Council of Ocean City shall operate the…
§ 18-203 The Mayor and City Council of Ocean City may: …
§ 18-204 The Convention Center is exempt from State and local taxes.
§ 18-205 The State may not spend any money for capital improvements or…
§ 18-206 A name given to a section of the Convention Center by the Board of…
§ 18-301 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, a political subdivision…
§ 19-101 In authorizing the sale of municipal bonds, the governing body of…
§ 19-102 This section applies to a financial officer who is entrusted with…
§ 19-103 Any charter provision of Anne Arundel County or Prince…
§ 19-104 The County Commissioners of Calvert County: …
§ 19-105 The governing body of Frederick County shall establish and…
§ 19-106 Notwithstanding any other law, the pledge of any bonds or…
§ 19-201 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 19-204 This section applies only to the following governmental entities: …
§ 19-205 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, this…
§ 19-206 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, this…
§ 19-207 This section applies only to the following governmental entities: …
§ 19-208 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, this…
§ 19-211 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, this part…
§ 19-212 A governmental entity authorized to issue bonds may issue and sell…
§ 19-213 Bond and grant anticipation notes issued under this part shall be…
§ 19-214 A governmental entity may not issue bond anticipation notes under…
§ 19-215 Grant anticipation notes may not be sold under this part until the…
§ 19-216 A bond anticipation note may not be issued under this part unless…
§ 19-217 The principal of and interest on bond anticipation notes under…
§ 19-218 The proceeds of sale of bond anticipation notes shall be spent: …
§ 19-219 Except for the provisions of this section, each governmental…
§ 19-220 A governmental entity may issue bond or grant anticipation notes…
§ 19-221 The following obligations are exempt from State and local…
§ 19-224 This section applies only to the following governmental entities: …
§ 19-227 In this part the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 19-228 This part applies only to the following governmental entities: …
§ 19-229 The financial officer may establish and maintain funds and…
§ 19-230 The financial officer may establish a separate rebate fund to be…
§ 19-231 The financial officer may prepare and file with the appropriate…
§ 19-232 For purposes of doing whatever is necessary or appropriate to…
§ 19-233 This part does not prevent the governing authority of a…
§ 19-236 Notwithstanding any other law and in addition to any other…
§ 19-301 In its charter, each municipality may provide a procedure to…
§ 19-302 A municipality may: …
§ 19-303 The issuance of all bonds of a municipality shall be authorized by…
§ 19-304 A municipality may not issue bonds that mature later than 40 years…
§ 19-305 All bonds and tax anticipation notes issued in accordance with the…
§ 19-306 The principal of and interest on bonds or tax anticipation notes…
§ 19-307 A fiscal officer of a municipality who has custody of a sinking…
§ 19-308 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, each bond or…
§ 19-309 This subtitle does not impair any term or condition of any bond,…
§ 19-401 Section 10dash;203 of this article applies to the creation of…
§ 19-501 In this subtitle, “public local law” has the meaning…
§ 19-502 This subtitle applies only to code counties.
§ 19-503 A county may: …
§ 19-504 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the issuance…
§ 19-505 A county may not issue bonds that mature later than 40 years after…
§ 19-506 Any bonds issued in accordance with this subtitle shall be…
§ 19-507 The principal of and interest on bonds issued in accordance with…
§ 19-508 A county fiscal officer who has custody of a sinking fund…
§ 19-509 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, each bond…
§ 19-510 This subtitle does not impair any term or condition of any bond,…
§ 19-601 In this part the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 19-602 A county may borrow money and incur indebtedness through the…
§ 19-603 A county may expend the net proceeds of the sale of an issue of…
§ 19-604 The principal of the notes may be paid from: …
§ 19-605 The notes shall be authorized by a resolution. …
§ 19-606 If the authorizing resolution provides, notes may be secured by: …
§ 19-607 A note is not subject to §§ 19dash;205 and…
§ 19-608 A note is a valid and binding obligation of the issuing county in…
§ 19-609 The notes, the transfer of the notes, the interest payable on the…
§ 19-610 The authorizing resolution, and notes and agreements authorized…
§ 19-611 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, an…
§ 19-612 The authority to borrow money and issue notes granted to counties…
§ 19-615 “New school capacity construction bonds” means…
§ 19-616 The County Commissioners of Charles County may issue new school…
§ 19-701 This subtitle applies only to: …
§ 19-702 The governing body of a county may borrow money to pay any of the…
§ 19-703 The governing body of a county may: …
§ 19-801 In this subtitle, “program” means a residential…
§ 19-802 A transaction under this subtitle is not a capital project within…
§ 19-803 The General Assembly finds that: …
§ 19-804 By ordinance or resolution, the governing body of Cecil County…
§ 19-805 Notwithstanding any other law, Cecil County may issue revenue…
§ 19-806 A program shall require a down payment of at least 10% of the…
§ 19-807 A bond issued under this subtitle: …
§ 19-808 Cecil County shall sell bonds authorized under this subtitle at…
§ 19-809 A bond issued under this subtitle and the interest on the bond are…
§ 19-810 A finding made by Cecil County regarding a program or the…
§ 19-811 The principal amount of the bonds issued under this subtitle, the…
§ 19-901 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 19-902 This subtitle applies only to: …
§ 19-903 The General Assembly finds that it is in the best interests of the…
§ 19-904 A county or municipality that is authorized under law to borrow…
§ 19-905 Notwithstanding any State or local law to the contrary, a county…
§ 19-906 The proceeds of pension liability funding bonds may be deposited,…
§ 19-907 In any proceeding involving the validity or enforceability of…
§ 19-908 Pension liability funding bonds, the transfer of the bonds, the…
§ 20-101 The proceeds of a sale of any property of a person liable for a…
§ 20-102 A requirement in this title that a document be under oath means…
§ 20-103 In this section, “legal holiday” means: …
§ 20-104 In this section, “tax information” means: …
§ 20-107 This section applies to all counties, except: …
§ 20-108 Within the period allowed in § 20dash;127 of this subtitle,…
§ 20-109 In an action under § 20dash;108 of this subtitle, a request…
§ 20-110 At the request of the plaintiff in an action under §…
§ 20-113 A claim for a refund may be filed with the tax collector who…
§ 20-114 A claim for refund shall be: …
§ 20-115 A claim for refund shall be filed within 3 years of the date that…
§ 20-116 The tax collector shall: …
§ 20-117 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a claimant…
§ 20-118 Unless the claimant has not paid all other taxes, fees, or charges…
§ 20-121 A person who negligently or without reasonable cause fails to…
§ 20-122 A person who assaults a tax collector who is performing an…
§ 20-123 An employee or officer of a county or municipality who negligently…
§ 20-124 A person who makes a disclosure of tax information in violation of…
§ 20-127 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a tax…
§ 20-201 This section applies to a political subdivision of the State that…
§ 20-202 This section applies to a political subdivision of the State that…
§ 20-301 This subtitle applies only to code counties and Garrett County.
§ 20-302 For each fiscal year, a county shall impose a tax on every person…
§ 20-303 The tax rate is 30 cents for each ton of surface mined coal that…
§ 20-304 In this subsection, “surface mining related…
§ 20-305 A county tax collector shall deposit in the general fund of the…
§ 20-306 Each year the governing body of a county or the governing…
§ 20-307 To the extent recorded with the clerk of the circuit court, all…
§ 20-308 A county that imposes a tax under this subtitle may impose…
§ 20-309 The county tax collector may adopt regulations necessary to carry…
§ 20-401 In this part the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 20-402 This part applies only to: …
§ 20-403 Except as provided in § 20dash;404 of this subtitle, a…
§ 20-404 The hotel rental tax does not apply to the sale of a right to…
§ 20-405 Subject to this section, the hotel rental tax rate is the rate…
§ 20-406 A hotel shall: …
§ 20-407 A person shall pay the hotel rental tax to the hotel when the…
§ 20-408 A hotel shall complete, sign, and file a hotel rental tax return…
§ 20-409 A hotel rental tax return for a county: …
§ 20-410 A hotel shall pay to the county the hotel rental tax collected for…
§ 20-411 Except in Calvert County, Carroll County, Charles County, St….
§ 20-412 To provide for the orderly, systematic, and thorough…
§ 20-413 The Comptroller shall provide a county with information to help…
§ 20-414 To cover the revenue that a tax collector collects under this…
§ 20-415 Except as otherwise provided in this part, a code county, Calvert…
§ 20-416 Carroll County shall distribute the hotel rental tax revenue as…
§ 20-417 Charles County shall distribute the hotel rental tax revenue to…
§ 20-418 Dorchester County shall distribute the hotel rental tax revenue as…
§ 20-419 Frederick County shall distribute the hotel rental tax revenue as…
§ 20-420 Somerset County shall distribute the hotel rental tax revenue to…
§ 20-421 Washington County shall distribute the hotel rental tax revenue as…
§ 20-422 Wicomico County shall distribute the hotel rental tax revenue as…
§ 20-423 A county shall make the distributions required under this part…
§ 20-424 On or before October 1 of each year, a Western Maryland code…
§ 20-425 If a hotel fails to pay the hotel rental tax as required under…
§ 20-426 Except in Talbot County or Wicomico County, if a hotel fails to…
§ 20-427 A county may file a civil action to collect unpaid hotel rental…
§ 20-428 Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, to protect hotel…
§ 20-431 In this part the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 20-432 Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a…
§ 20-433 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, a municipality shall…
§ 20-434 A municipality that imposes a hotel rental tax may: …
§ 20-435 A municipality that imposes a hotel rental tax under this part…
§ 20-436 If a county has the authority under Part I of this subtitle or any…
§ 20-501 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 20-502 In this section, “mobile home” means a form of housing…
§ 20-601 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a county may…
§ 20-602 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 20-603 By ordinance, Anne Arundel County may impose a sales or use tax…
§ 20-604 Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection and except as provided…
§ 20-605 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 20-606 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, by…
§ 20-607 By ordinance, the governing body of Wicomico County may impose a…
§ 20-608 By ordinance, a municipality may impose a user fee on charges for…
§ 20-609 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 20-701 By public local law, the county commissioners of a code county may…
§ 20-702 By ordinance or resolution, the County Commissioners of Carroll…
§ 20-703 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, by ordinance, the…
§ 20-704 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, by ordinance or…
§ 20-705 By ordinance, the County Council of Harford County may impose a…
§ 20-706 The County Commissioners of St. Mary’s County may impose…
§ 20-801 “Public local law” has the meaning stated in Article…
§ 20-802 “Public local law” has the meaning stated in Article…
§ 20-803 By ordinance, the County Commissioners of Calvert County may…
§ 20-804 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 20-805 By ordinance, the County Council of Dorchester County may impose a…
§ 20-806 By ordinance, the County Council of Talbot County may impose a…
§ 21-101 In this subtitle, “authority” means a commercial…
§ 21-102 This subtitle applies to all counties except Baltimore City.
§ 21-103 The provisions of §§ 9dash;105 and 9dash;106 of this…
§ 21-104 An authority may not: …
§ 21-105 Any fee or tax imposed under this subtitle shall be used only for…
§ 21-106 The governing body of a county may establish an authority in…
§ 21-201 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 21-202 This subtitle supplements the provisions of the Natural Resources…
§ 21-203 The purpose of projects constructed under this subtitle is to…
§ 21-204 Each recorded subdivision that abuts a body of water in the State…
§ 21-205 The governing body of a county is the district council for each…
§ 21-206 The district council may construct a project in a district if…
§ 21-207 When the plans and specifications for the construction of a…
§ 21-208 The district council may acquire an easement in any land or…
§ 21-209 The district council may borrow money, on the full faith and…
§ 21-210 Except as otherwise provided in this section, this subtitle…
§ 21-211 The district council shall publish notice once each week for 2…
§ 21-212 After a project for a district has been completed, either wholly…
§ 21-213 Each year, the district council shall impose a tax against all…
§ 21-214 A person or agency may not: …
§ 21-301 This subtitle applies to property in one or more counties that…
§ 21-302 Property subject to this subtitle may be formed into a shore…
§ 21-303 The owners of 75% of the real property in a proposed district, or…
§ 21-304 The governing body of a county may act as the district council for…
§ 21-305 The governing body of a county may finance and construct an…
§ 21-306 The County Council of Anne Arundel County may impose a direct tax…
§ 21-401 For the purposes stated in § 21dash;402 of this subtitle, a…
§ 21-402 The purpose of the authority granted under this part is to: …
§ 21-403 In a special taxing district established for financing a ride…
§ 21-404 Ad valorem taxes imposed under this part shall be imposed in the…
§ 21-407 In this part the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 21-408 This part is selfdash;executing and does not require a…
§ 21-409 For any purpose stated in § 21dash;410(a)(1) of this…
§ 21-410 The purpose of the authority granted under this part is to: …
§ 21-411 Unless otherwise provided in the charter, bylaws, or code of a…
§ 21-412 By resolution, the governing body of a municipality: …
§ 21-413 If no bonds authorized by this part are outstanding with respect…
§ 21-414 The governing body of a municipality may provide for the…
§ 21-415 A special taxing district established under this part shall be…
§ 21-416 The special fund and any sinking fund established by a…
§ 21-417 Notwithstanding any other law, a municipality may issue bonds as…
§ 21-418 A bond issued under this part: …
§ 21-419 Bonds issued under this part are securities: …
§ 21-420 Bonds are payable from the special fund required under §…
§ 21-421 Bond proceeds shall be used only to pay the cost of infrastructure…
§ 21-422 The principal amount of bonds, interest payable on bonds, the…
§ 21-501 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 21-502 This subtitle applies only to: …
§ 21-503 For any purpose stated in § 21dash;504(a)(1) of this…
§ 21-504 The purpose of the authority granted under this subtitle is to: …
§ 21-505 Unless otherwise provided in the charter, bylaws, or code of a…
§ 21-506 By resolution, the governing body of a county: …
§ 21-507 If no bonds authorized by this subtitle are outstanding with…
§ 21-508 The governing body of a county may provide for the imposition of…
§ 21-509 A special taxing district established under this subtitle shall be…
§ 21-510 The special fund and any sinking fund established by a county…
§ 21-511 Notwithstanding any other law, a county may issue bonds as…
§ 21-512 A bond issued under this subtitle: …
§ 21-513 Bonds issued under this subtitle are securities: …
§ 21-514 Bonds are payable from the special fund required under §…
§ 21-515 Bond proceeds shall be used only to pay the cost of infrastructure…
§ 21-516 The principal amount of bonds, the interest payable on bonds, the…
§ 21-519 A law enacted by Anne Arundel County under this subtitle: …
§ 21-520 Cecil County may exercise the authority granted under this…
§ 21-521 Charles County may exercise the authority granted under this…
§ 21-522 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, Harford…
§ 21-523 Prince George’s County may exercise the authority granted…
§ 21-601 In this subtitle the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 21-602 This subtitle applies only in Montgomery County and Prince…
§ 21-603 This subtitle shall be liberally construed to carry out its…
§ 21-606 Montgomery County may establish a stormwater management district…
§ 21-607 Prince George’s County may establish a stormwater management…
§ 21-608 The Commission may enter into agreements with Montgomery County…
§ 21-611 Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, and the City of…
§ 21-612 Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, and the City of…
§ 21-613 Bonds issued under this part: …
§ 21-614 Bonds issued under this part, a transfer of the bonds, the…
§ 21-615 Bonds authorized by this part and the issuance and sale of the…
§ 21-616 Bonds authorized by this part are, and shall state, an irrevocable…
§ 21-617 Notwithstanding any limitation or provision of any charter or…
§ 21-618 Bonds issued by Montgomery County or Prince George’s County…
§ 21-621 This part does not impair the rights of Prince George’s…
§ 21-622 In the stormwater management district, Prince George’s…
§ 21-623 Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, Montgomery County…
§ 21-624 This section applies only in Montgomery County. …
§ 21-625 Except as otherwise provided in this subtitle, the City of Takoma…
§ 21-626 Property owned by the State or a unit of State government, a…
§ 21-627 On establishing a stormwater management district, Montgomery…
§ 21-628 The City of Takoma Park shall: …
§ 21-629 If land in the Prince George’s County stormwater management…
§ 21-632 Each county and the City of Takoma Park is responsible for the…
§ 21-633 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the county…
§ 21-634 On or after July 1, 1990, the City of Takoma Park shall maintain…
§ 21-637 In the review and approval by Montgomery County, Prince…
§ 21-638 Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, the City of…
§ 21-641 All property of the Commission that the Commission and the…
§ 21-644 This subsection does not apply to § 21dash;624 of this…
§ 21-701 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 21-702 In this section the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 21-801 This section applies to all counties except Baltimore City. …
§ 21-802 Within 60 days after the end of each fiscal or calendar year, a…
§ 21-803 The governing body of Anne Arundel County may: …
§ 21-803.1 In addition to the purposes enumerated in Title 10 of this…
§ 21-804 By ordinance, the County Commissioners of Calvert County may…
§ 21-805 In this section, “Department” means the Crofton Police…
§ 21-806 In this section, “Department” means the Ocean Pines…
§ 24-101 In this title the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 24-102 By resolution, the governing body of any county or municipality…
§ 24-103 The council shall consist of at least one representative from each…
§ 24-104 A council may: …
§ 24-105 Each member: …
§ 24-106 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, the State shall provide…
§ 25-101 In this title the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 25-102 This title does not authorize: …
§ 25-103 On a petition filed under § 25dash;201 of this title, the…
§ 25-104 Watershed protection, flood prevention, recreation, soil…
§ 25-201 A petition to establish a watershed association shall be filed…
§ 25-202 The petition shall: …
§ 25-203 The petition shall be accompanied by a report from the local soil…
§ 25-204 The county commissioners, county council, or Mayor and City…
§ 25-205 If the land described in the petition is located in two or more…
§ 25-206 At the hearing on the petition and report, the petitioners, any…
§ 25-301 On approval of the petition and report filed under Subtitle 2 of…
§ 25-302 Within 30 days after the approval of the petition and report, the…
§ 25-303 Each year, the landowners shall meet to elect a successor to: …
§ 25-304 Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the term of…
§ 25-305 The board of directors shall elect a chair, a secretary, and any…
§ 25-306 An officer or a director of a watershed association shall have the…
§ 25-307 The county commissioners, county council, or Mayor and City…
§ 25-308 The designated officer with whom a petition for the establishment…
§ 25-309 In January of each year, the board of directors shall call a…
§ 25-310 The board of directors may call a special meeting of landowners at…
§ 25-401 The board of directors of the watershed association shall develop…
§ 25-402 The watershed work plan developed under § 25dash;401 of…
§ 25-403 On completion of the watershed work plan, or on the acceptance of…
§ 25-404 If the board of directors decides to submit the watershed work…
§ 25-405 If, after the review and approval of the watershed work plan under…
§ 25-501 On approval of a watershed work plan submitted in accordance with…
§ 25-502 On receipt of a copy of a watershed work plan from the county…
§ 25-503 A board of viewers: …
§ 25-504 A board of viewers may adopt an existing watershed project, as a…
§ 25-505 At the earliest practicable date, the board of viewers shall…
§ 25-506 The county commissioners, county council, or Mayor and City…
§ 25-507 At a hearing under § 25dash;506 of this subtitle: …
§ 25-508 If a report is disapproved, the county commissioners, county…
§ 25-509 If the property or interest of a minor who does not have a…
§ 25-510 The county commissioners, county council, or Mayor and City…
§ 25-511 A person who may be adversely affected by any watershed project…
§ 25-512 A person who is aggrieved by a determination of the county…
§ 25-601 A watershed association may acquire any rightdash;ofdash;way,…
§ 25-602 For a watershed project that consists of stream channel…
§ 25-603 For a watershed project that consists of stream channel…
§ 25-604 If a landowner refuses to accept the damages awarded to the…
§ 25-701 The board of directors shall implement the watershed project. …
§ 25-702 The board of directors shall control and supervise each watershed…
§ 25-801 A special assessment imposed under this title shall be imposed on…
§ 25-802 Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a unit of State or…
§ 25-803 The board of directors shall determine the amount to be raised to…
§ 25-804 As an alternative to raising funds as provided in §…
§ 25-805 The board of directors shall impose an annual special assessment…
§ 25-806 The special assessments imposed under this subtitle shall remain…
§ 25-807 If the land affected by the watershed association that is subject…
§ 25-808 From the money that first becomes available under this title to…
§ 25-809 This section applies to the following governmental entities: …
§ 25-901 A majority of the landowners or the owners of a majority of the…
§ 25-902 Notwithstanding § 25dash;901 of this subtitle, on a written…
§ 25-1001 A person who is assessed for a ditch or drain that does not pass…
§ 25-1002 If a watershed project established under this title crosses a…
§ 25-1003 If a channel established under this title crosses a railroad…
§ 25-1101 A person may not prevent a member of the board of directors or an…
§ 25-1102 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, a person…
§ 26-101 In this title the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 26-102 This title does not apply to Baltimore City.
§ 26-103 This title does not: …
§ 26-104 The county commissioners or county council of a county may…
§ 26-105 A drainage project established and maintained by a drainage…
§ 26-106 The county commissioners or county council shall notify the…
§ 26-107 If any owner of property affected by any proceedings under this…
§ 26-201 A petition to establish a drainage association shall be filed with…
§ 26-202 The petition shall: …
§ 26-203 The petition shall be accompanied by a report from the local soil…
§ 26-204 The county commissioners or county council shall examine the…
§ 26-205 If the land described in the petition is located in two or more…
§ 26-206 At the hearing on the petition and report, the petitioners, any…
§ 26-301 On approval of the petition and report filed under Subtitle 2 of…
§ 26-302 Within 30 days after the approval of the petition and report, the…
§ 26-303 The term of each manager is 3 years. …
§ 26-304 The board of managers shall elect a chair and a secretary from…
§ 26-305 An officer or director of a drainage association shall have the…
§ 26-306 The county commissioners or county council shall: …
§ 26-307 The designated officer shall maintain a drainage file. …
§ 26-308 In January of each year, the board of managers shall call a…
§ 26-309 The board of managers may call a special meeting of landowners at…
§ 26-401 The board of managers shall develop a plan for agricultural…
§ 26-402 The plan developed under § 26dash;401 of this subtitle…
§ 26-403 On completion of the plan, or on the acceptance of a previously…
§ 26-404 If the board of managers decides to submit the plan to the county…
§ 26-501 On approval of a plan submitted in accordance with §…
§ 26-502 At least 10 days before proceeding with its duties, the board of…
§ 26-503 On receipt of a copy of the plan from the county commissioners or…
§ 26-504 A board of viewers: …
§ 26-505 A board of viewers may adopt an existing drainage project as a…
§ 26-506 At the request of the board of managers, the county commissioners…
§ 26-507 At the earliest feasible date, the board of viewers shall submit…
§ 26-508 The county commissioners or county council shall examine a report…
§ 26-509 At a hearing under § 26dash;508 of this subtitle: …
§ 26-510 If a report is disapproved, the county commissioners or county…
§ 26-511 The county commissioners or county council or circuit court for…
§ 26-512 A person who may be adversely affected by the making of any ditch…
§ 26-513 A person who is aggrieved by a determination of the county…
§ 26-601 The board of managers may acquire any rightdash;ofdash;way and…
§ 26-602 If a landowner refuses to accept the damages awarded to the…
§ 26-701 The board of managers shall implement the drainage project. …
§ 26-702 The board of managers shall control and supervise each drainage…
§ 26-801 A special assessment imposed under this title shall be imposed on…
§ 26-802 The board of managers shall determine the amount of money to be…
§ 26-803 As an alternative to raising funds as provided in §…
§ 26-804 The board of managers may impose a special assessment on the…
§ 26-805 The special assessments imposed under this subtitle shall remain…
§ 26-806 If the lands of the drainage association that are subject to…
§ 26-807 From the money that first becomes available under this title to…
§ 26-901 A majority of the landowners or the owners of a majority of the…
§ 26-902 For the purpose of this section, a drainage association is…
§ 26-1001 A person who is assessed for a ditch or drain that does not pass…
§ 26-1002 If a drainage project established under this title crosses a…
§ 26-1003 If a drainage project established under this title crosses a…
§ 26-1101 A person may not prevent a member, an employee, or an agent of the…
§ 26-1102 Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, a person…
§ 27-101 In this title the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 27-102 This title does not apply to Baltimore City.
§ 27-103 This title shall be liberally construed to promote the ditching,…
§ 27-104 In response to a petition filed under § 27dash;201 of this…
§ 27-105 The drainage of swamps, the drainage of the surface water from…
§ 27-201 A petition to establish a drainage district shall be filed with…
§ 27-202 A petition shall: …
§ 27-203 A bond shall be filed with a petition. …
§ 27-204 Each landowner who has not signed the petition is a respondent. …
§ 27-205 If the land described in the petition is located in two or more…
§ 27-301 The county commissioners or county council shall appoint a board…
§ 27-302 The board of viewers: …
§ 27-303 The county commissioners or county council shall review the report…
§ 27-304 The board of viewers may employ assistants to make a complete…
§ 27-305 The board of viewers shall assess the damages claimed by any…
§ 27-306 The board of viewers shall examine the land in the drainage…
§ 27-307 The board of viewers shall report to the county commissioners or…
§ 27-308 When the final report is complete: …
§ 27-309 The designated officer shall summon or cause to be summoned any…
§ 27-310 Any landowner may appear at the hearing in person or by counsel…
§ 27-401 After the county commissioners or county council establish a…
§ 27-402 The board of drainage commissioners shall organize as a…
§ 27-403 The board of drainage commissioners shall elect a chair and a vice…
§ 27-404 The board of drainage commissioners shall appoint a competent…
§ 27-405 The designated officer shall maintain a drainage record in which…
§ 27-501 A drainage district may acquire a rightdash;ofdash;way across…
§ 27-502 The board of drainage commissioners has the power of eminent…
§ 27-601 The board of drainage commissioners: …
§ 27-602 The board of drainage commissioners shall control, supervise, and…
§ 27-603 The engineers who are appointed to the board of viewers shall…
§ 27-701 The board of drainage commissioners shall ascertain the total cost…
§ 27-702 A drainage district may include land that may not be affected by…
§ 27-703 When the board of drainage commissioners has estimated the total…
§ 27-704 If the board of viewers, when making the examination and surveys…
§ 27-705 The board of drainage commissioners shall give notice of a…
§ 27-706 The board of drainage commissioners may impose an assessment on…
§ 27-707 A drainage district may use any loan or other assistance from the…
§ 27-708 In this section, “Fund” means the Drainage District…
§ 27-709 The county tax collector, without an order from the board of…
§ 27-710 The official bond of the county tax collector: …
§ 27-801 A landowner that has been assessed under this title for the cost…
§ 27-901 A person may not damage, obstruct, or build any bridge, fence, or…
§ 27-902 A county tax collector may not willfully fail to make prompt…
§ 28-101 In this subtitle, “Commission” means the Allegany…
§ 28-102 There is an Allegany County Salary Study Commission.
§ 28-103 Subject to subsection (c) of this section, the Commission consists…
§ 28-104 From among its members, the Commission shall elect a chair.
§ 28-105 Five members of the Commission are a quorum. …
§ 28-106 The Commission shall study the salaries of: …
§ 28-107 Subject to subsection (b) of this section and Article III, §…
§ 28-1A-01 In this subtitle, “Commission” means the Montgomery…
§ 28-1A-02 There is a Montgomery County Board of Education Compensation…
§ 28-1A-03 The Commission consists of five residents of Montgomery County…
§ 28-1A-04 The Commission shall elect a chair from among its members. …
§ 28-1A-05 The Commission shall study the salaries of the members of the…
§ 28-1A-06 In formulating its report and recommendations, the Commission…
§ 28-1A-07 After reviewing the Commission’s report and recommendations,…
§ 28-201 In this subtitle, “Commission” means the Washington…
§ 28-202 There is a Washington County Salary Study Commission.
§ 28-203 Subject to subsections (b) and (d) of this section, the Commission…
§ 28-204 From among its members, the Commission shall elect a chair.
§ 28-205 Five members of the Commission are a quorum. …
§ 28-206 The Commission shall hold at least one public hearing every 4…
§ 28-207 The Commission shall study the salaries of: …
§ 28-208 In formulating its report and recommendations, the Commission…
§ 28-209 Subject to subsection (b) of this section and Article III, §…
§ 29-101 In this title the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 29-102 By ordinance or resolution, the County Commissioners of St….
§ 29-103 The County Commissioners of St. Mary’s County shall: …
§ 29-104 From among its members, the Commission shall select a chair and a…
§ 29-105 A member of the Commission may not receive compensation as a…
§ 29-106 The Commission may: …
§ 29-107 A person seeking an alternative dispute resolution under this…
§ 29-108 This section supersedes any contrary provision of the Public…
§ 29-109 Subject to subsection (b) of this section, the Commission shall…
§ 30-101 In this title the following words have the meanings indicated. …
§ 30-102 There is a Baltimore City Police Department Death Relief Fund. …
§ 30-103 The Board shall administer the Fund.
§ 30-104 The Board consists of the following members elected from the…
§ 30-105 If requested, the Board shall provide an opportunity for a full…
§ 30-106 The Board may accept and shall credit to the Fund any gifts,…
§ 30-107 The Fund shall pay special death benefits, as provided in this…
§ 30-108 Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection: …
§ 16-501 Subject to subsection (e) of this section, for each fiscal year,…
§ 16-501 v2 Subject to subsection (e) of this section, for each fiscal year,…