Code of Maryland Regulations
Title 09 - MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Subtitle 12 - DIVISION OF LABOR AND INDUSTRY
Chapter 09.12.52 - Industrialized Buildings and Manufactured Homes
09.12.52.14 - Reciprocity with Other States

Universal Citation: MD Code Reg 09.12.52.14

09.12.52.14. Reciprocity with Other States

Upon the application of another state for reciprocity, or upon his own initiative, the Secretary shall investigate if the other state has adopted and promulgated a code and enforcement procedures which establish standards and safeguards at least equal to those contained in these Regulations . He will hold a public hearing to state the findings of his investigation and give interested parties the opportunity to submit their comments both for and against the adoption of a reciprocity agreement with the other state. Following the hearing, the Secretary shall decide whether a reciprocity agreement will be granted. As part of the finding by the Secretary granting reciprocity to another state, the Department shall set out the specific terms and conditions of the reciprocity agreement as it applies to that state and manufacturers of industrialized buildings under that state's program. As part of the reciprocity agreement, each state will keep the other informed of any changes in its regulations and maintain a current list of manufacturers that have been approved under its program. Upon application by any person adversely affected by the reciprocity agreement, the Secretary may investigate the allegations, and if necessary, hold a public hearing. Based on the results of his investigation, the Secretary may rescind, modify, or continue in effect the reciprocity agreement.

(Regulation .14 recodified from 05.02.04.14 effective 46:6 Md. R. 345, eff. 3/25/2019)
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