2010 Maryland Code
STATE GOVERNMENT
TITLE 20 - HUMAN RELATIONS
Subtitle 9 - Discrimination by Governmental Units, Officers, and Employees
Section 20-902 - Cases against governmental respondents.

§ 20-902. Cases against governmental respondents.
 

(a)  Employment discrimination cases.- In an employment discrimination case in which a unit, officer, or employee of the State, a county, or a municipality is a respondent, the rules, procedures, powers, rights, and remedies that apply are the same as those that apply in a discrimination case in which a private person is the respondent. 

(b)  Power of Commission to seek injunctive relief or judicial enforcement of orders.- In a discrimination case in which a unit, officer, or employee of the State, a county, or a municipality is a respondent, the Commission may seek injunctive relief or judicial enforcement of its orders against the respondent. 

(c)  Cases against Commission.- In a discrimination case in which the Commission, or a member, officer, or employee of the Commission, is a respondent, the Governor shall specially designate a person to perform the functions usually performed by the Commission. 
 

[An. Code 1957, art. 49B, § 7(b); 2009, ch. 120, § 2.]   

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