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Sat Aug 08 2020 10:18
... (a) Signs authorized. -- Preferential right-of-way at an intersection may be indicated by stop signs or yield signs placed in accordance with the Maryland Vehicle Law. ...
- anonymous761
Fri Aug 07 2020 16:03
... (.1) a physical description of the applicant, proof of identity and address, together with two photographs of the applicant, not less than two inches square, nor more than three inches square; ...
- anonymousb1b
Fri Aug 07 2020 16:03
... (3) License. It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in the business of sidewalk selling unless he or she has first obtained a license from the Department of Licenses and Inspections. ...
- anonymousb1b
Fri Aug 07 2020 16:03
... (a) Each license issued shall show the name and address of the licensee, the type of license issued, the kind of goods to be sold, the amount of the license fee, the date of issuance, the license number and a photograph of the licensee not less than two inches square nor more than three inches square. ...
- anonymousb1b
Fri Aug 07 2020 16:02
... (b) Every license to engage in the business of sidewalk sales shall be issued as of the first day of January of the current calendar year and shall be effective, unless suspended or revoked, until the thirty-first day of December of the same calendar year. ...
- anonymousb1b
Fri Aug 07 2020 16:02
... (b) Every license to engage in the business of sidewalk sales shall be issued as of the first day of January of the current calendar year and shall be effective, unless suspended or revoked, until the thirty-first day of December of the same calendar year. ...
- anonymous8c4
Thu Aug 06 2020 19:50
... (b) Public Right-of-Way. All public streets, parks, alleys, passageways, sidewalks, steps and other corridors through which vehicles or persons may travel, including motor vehicles parked within such right-of-way. ...
- anonymousae6
Wed Aug 05 2020 22:38
... (a) A person commits the offense of possessing an instrument of crime if he or she possesses any instrument of crime with a purpose to employ it criminally. ...
- anonymousd55
Sun Sep 22 2019 07:13
... (1) Class C felony if the person possessed less than two grams (2g) of methamphetamine or cocaine by aggregate weight, including an adulterant or diluent; ...
- anonymousf94
Fri Sep 20 2019 18:17
... (c) By order of court. Except as provided in (a) of this Rule, a party who has filed a complaint, counterclaim, cross-claim, or third-party claim may dismiss the claim only by order of court and upon such terms and conditions as the court deems proper. If a counterclaim has been filed before the filing of a plaintiff's motion for voluntary dismissal, the action shall not be dismissed over the objection of the party who filed the counterclaim unless the counterclaim can remain pending for independent adjudication by the court. ...
- anonymous151