2013 Maryland Code
§ 1-304 - Permitted disclosures -- Subpoena
(a) In this section, “subpoena” means a subpoena, summons, warrant, or court order that appears on its face to have been issued on lawful authority.
(b) A fiduciary institution may disclose or produce financial records or information derived from financial records in compliance with a subpoena served on the fiduciary institution, if:
(1) The subpoena contains a certification that a copy of the subpoena has been served on the person whose records are sought by the party seeking the disclosure or production of the records; or
(2) Contains a certification that service has been waived by the court for good cause.
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