2013 Maryland Code
§ 12-208 - Determinations by Administration

MD Transp Code § 12-208 (2013) What's This?


(a) After a hearing, the Administration may:

(1) Refuse, suspend, or revoke the license or privilege of an applicant or licensee;

(2) Rescind, continue, or modify any prior action; or

(3) Take any other action permitted by the Maryland Vehicle Law.

(b) If a decision or order of the Administration is adverse to any party to the hearing, the decision or order:

(1) Shall be made in accordance with § 10-221 of the State Government Article; and

(2) Unless service is waived by the party, shall be served on the party or the party’s attorney.

(c) Subject to § 10-209(b) and (c) of the State Government Article, and except as otherwise provided in this article, if a party fails to appear for a hearing scheduled under the Maryland Vehicle Law, the Administration may:

(1) For a hearing scheduled under § 12-203 of this subtitle, impose the sanction proposed in the notice; or

(2) For a hearing scheduled under § 12-202 of this subtitle, order:

(i) A suspension of the party’s license or privilege until the party appears for a hearing; or

(ii) The imposition of any sanction proposed in the notice.

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