Maryland Department of Aging Section 20D
(a)   (1)   In a delinquency proceeding in which the Secretary has been appointed receiver, the Secretary may:
(i)   Appoint one or more special deputy secretaries to act for the Secretary; and
(ii)   Employ counsel, clerks, and assistants.
(2)   Compensation of the special deputies, counsel, clerks, and assistants and all expenses of taking possession of the continuing care provider and of conducting the delinquency proceeding:
(i)   Shall be set by the Secretary, subject to approval by the court; and
(ii)   Shall be paid out of the assets or funds of the continuing care provider.
(3)   Within the limits of duties imposed on a special deputy concerning a delinquency proceeding, the special deputy:
(i)   Shall possess all powers given to the receiver; and
(ii)   In the exercise of those powers, is subject to all the duties imposed on the receiver concerning the delinquency proceeding.
(b)   In a civil proceeding filed against a special deputy secretary appointed under this subtitle, the special deputy secretary is entitled to representation by the Attorney General as specified in Title 12, Subtitle 3, Part II of the State Government Article.