2022 Maryland Statutes
Environment
Title 8 - Radiation
Subtitle 5 - Enforcement
Section 8-506 - Final Corrective Orders; Issuance Following Notice

    (a)    (1)    Unless the person served with an order under § 8-503(a)(1) of this subtitle makes a timely request for a hearing, the order is a final order.

        (2)    If the person served with an order under § 8-503(a)(1) of this subtitle makes a timely request for a hearing, the order becomes a final corrective order when the Department renders its decision following the hearing.

    (b)    (1)    If the Department issues a notice under § 8-503(a)(2) or (3) of this subtitle, the Department may not issue an order that requires corrective action by the person to whom the notice is directed until after the later of:

            (i)    The time set for the hearing, if any; and

            (ii)    The time set for filing of the report, if any.

        (2)    After the time within which the Department may not issue a corrective order has passed, if the Department finds that a violation of this title has occurred, the Department shall issue an order that requires correction of the violation within a time set in the order.

        (3)    Any order issued under this subsection is a final corrective order and the person to whom the order is directed is not entitled to a hearing before the Department as a result of the order.

    (c)    The Department shall:

        (1)    Take action to secure compliance with any final corrective order; and

        (2)    If the terms of the final corrective order are violated or if a violation is not corrected within the time set in the order, sue to require correction of the violation.

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