2013 Maryland Code
§ 24-108 - Membership fees
(a) The directors of the Society shall establish a membership fee.
(b) A lawyer shall pay the membership fee when the lawyer applies to the Society for a policy.
(c) (1) The membership fee is not refundable and may not be credited against a premium payable to the Society for a policy.
(2) Each lawyer who paid the special one-time tax imposed by former Article 48A, § 570(b) of the Code shall be credited with the amount of the tax paid against the liability of the lawyer for the membership fee.
(d) On payment of the membership fee, a lawyer may be insured by the Society for any and all hazards customarily insured by the Society, subject to any coverage limitations specified by the Society in accordance with policy limitations, exclusions, conditions, deductibles, and loss-sharing requirements.
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