2017 Maryland Code
Health - General
Title 22 - Poisons, Dangerous Household Substances, Flammable Products, and Hazardous Materials
Subtitle 5 - Hazardous Materials
§ 22-503. Misbranded hazardous material
- Hazardous material is considered to be misbranded if the hazardous material:
- (1) Is intended or packaged in a form suitable for use in the home or by children; and
- (2) Fails to meet the labeling requirements established by the rules and regulations adopted under this subtitle.
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