2013 Maryland Code
§ 8-327 - Boards of property review generally
(a) (1) There is a board of property review in each county.
(2) If necessary, additional boards may be appointed in any county.
(b) (1) Each board of property review of a county has three members who are appointed by the judges of the circuit court for the county.
(2) Of the members of each board:
(i) One shall be a lawyer;
(ii) One shall be a farmer engaged in some agricultural pursuit; and
(iii) One shall be an engineer or a person with an engineering background and knowledge.
(3) A member of the General Assembly may not be a member of a board during his term of office.
(c) (1) Each board member serves for a term of 2 years and until his successor is appointed and qualifies.
(2) A member appointed to fill a vacancy in an unexpired term serves only for the remainder of that term.
(d) A board member is entitled to the per diem compensation set by the Court of Appeals. The compensation shall be uniform statewide and shall be paid monthly by the Commission, on vouchers approved by the clerk of the court.
(e) Each board shall appoint its chairman and may adopt rules not inconsistent with this title or the Maryland Rules.
(f) Each county shall provide a suitable place for its board to meet and, whenever possible, the clerk of the court shall provide suitable clerical assistance. If the clerk fails to provide clerical assistance, the Administration shall provide it on request of the board.
(g) Each board is under the jurisdiction of the court and each member of the board is an officer of the court.
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