2019 Maryland Code
Labor and Employment
Title 6 - High Voltage Lines
§ 6-101. "High voltage line" defined

    In this title, “high voltage line” means an electric line that:

        (1)    is installed above ground level; and

        (2)    has a voltage of more than 750 volts:

            (i)    between conductors; or

            (ii)    from a conductor to a ground.

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