Links to Maryland Law and Regulations
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Maryland Criminal Record Screening Complaint (Ban the …
(Just Now) Effective February 29, 2020, Maryland law prohibits certain criminal record screening practices. The law prohibits employers with 15 or more full-time employees from, directly or otherwise, requiring an applicant for employment to disclose whether the applicant has a criminal record or has had criminal accusations brought against the applicant
MARYLAND’S FORECLOSURE REGISTRATION SYSTEM -Notice of
(8 days ago) Welcome to Maryland’s integrated Foreclosure Registration System, managed by the Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation. The Foreclosure Registration System is for submitting and searching the following foreclosure-related notices and registrations required under Maryland law:
Return of Deposit
(9 days ago) Return of Deposit - Real Estate Commission. The Maryland law that regulates real estate brokers, associate brokers, and salespersons requires that trust money be deposited in the broker's trust account promptly after both parties accept the contract of sale.
Residential Property Foreclosures (Information and
(6 days ago) This information is intended, in part, to allow local governments to address issues related to the property, such as code enforcement, nuisance abatement, property maintenance, law enforcement, public safety, public health, emergency services (fire, EMS), public policy (i.e. data collection to identify trends, develop policy responses, etc
Maryland Unemployment Decisions Digest
(4 days ago) Section 8-503 of the law provides that an individual who files a claim for benefits or an employer entitled to notice of the determination of the claim may file an appeal to the Lower Appeals Division from both monetary and nonmonetary determinations. This first level of appeal is heard by a hearing examiner. Section 8-5A-05 of the unemployment
Recordkeeping: An Employer’s Responsibility
(4 days ago) Recordkeeping: An Employer’s Responsibility - The Maryland Guide to Wage Payment and Employment Standards. Each employer shall keep, for at least 3 years, in or about the place of employment, a record of the name, address, race (White, Black/African American, American Indian, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latino), gender and occupation of each …
Maryland Earned Sick and Safe Leave Employee Notice
(Just Now) An employer is prohibited under the law from taking adverse action against an employee who exercises a right under the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act and an employee is prohibited from making a complaint, bringing an action, or testifying in an action in bad faith. How to File a Complaint or Obtain Additional Information
Maryland Sample Earned Sick and Safe Leave Policies
(5 days ago) Pursuant to Maryland law, employees are entitled to earn sick and safe leave at the rate of 1 hour for every 30 hours that an employee works up to a maximum of 40 hours. To comply with the law, employees will be awarded forty (40) hours of paid/unpaid sick leave at the beginning of each year. The year commences on _____ and ends on _____.
Maryland Electricians Act
(8 days ago) Maryland Electricians Act - Electricians. The State Board of Master Electricians (“Board”) is pleased to inform you of the passage of Senate Bill 762 – Maryland Electricians Act – Revisions (“SB 762”), Chapter 708, which became the law of Maryland on May 30, 2021, and which goes into effect on July 1, 2021, unless otherwise noted.
Maryland Elevator Safety Law, References, and Publications
(Just Now) State law requires that the owner re-register their elevator units with the Commissioner annually. The annual re-registration will coincide with the periodic annual inspection. The Safety Inspection Unit will send notice alerting the owner that the periodic annual inspection and re-registration is due. It is the owner's responsibility to ensure
Deductions from Wages
(1 days ago) Allowed by some law or regulation of the government. Examples include state and federal taxes. The employee has given express written authorization to the employer to make the deduction. This should take the form of a separate and distinct statement, signed by the employee, concerning only the deduction and nothing more.
Breaks, Benefits and Days Off
(7 days ago) Unless the worker is under 18 years old or is an employee who works in certain retail establishments, there is no law requiring an employer to provide breaks, including lunch breaks. Minors under 18 must receive a 30 minute break for every 5 hours of work. In addition, state law does not guarantee days off for holidays or any special holiday
Maryland Wage and Hour Law
(7 days ago) Wage and Hour Law Helping employers understand and apply the Maryland tip credit. Employment Standards Service 1100 N. Eutaw St., Room 607 Baltimore, MD 21201 Phone: 410-767-2357 email: [email protected] Learn more about Maryland’s Wage and Hour
Summary of Maryland's Foreclosure Process
(Just Now) Maryland law requires the mortgage company to send a copy of the NOI to the Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation. The Commissioner’s Office sends outreach letters to homeowners who have received an NOI and uses the NOI data for trend analysis and examination of mortgage companies under the Office’s supervision. Order to Docket
Household Goods Movers Registration
(1 days ago) On October 1, 2019, a new Maryland law took effect that requires the registration of household goods movers. A household goods mover is defined as a person who provides household goods moving services. This means the loading, packing, moving, transporting, storing while in transit, unloading, or otherwise taking possession or control from a
Access to Information about Hazardous and Toxic Substances
(4 days ago) Law is part of the Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH) Act, and the provisions of the MOSH Act apply to the administration and enforcement of this law. The “Right-to-Know” law requires employers to obtain, maintain, and submit certain information. It applies to most employers in the State and covers more than 50,000 chemicals, as
About Unlicensed Contractors
(1 days ago) About Unlicensed Contractors - Home Improvement Commission. MHIC investigators actively work to enforce the Home Improvement Law by coordinating with local prosecutors' offices throughout the State, and by continuously educating homeowners about the risks and dangers of hiring unlicensed contractors.
Maryland Department of Labor Uncovers Massive Criminal
(5 days ago) The OIG will continue to work closely with our law enforcement and state workforce agency partners to aggressively pursue criminals who choose to enrich themselves without regard for taxpayers and individuals who truly need assistance,” said Derek Pickle, Special Agent-in-Charge, Washington Region, U.S. Department of Labor Office of Inspector
Issues, Disqualifying Reasons and Penalties
(4 days ago) Benefits are denied as long as you receive benefits under that law. REFUSED JOB OR JOB REFERRAL If you fail to apply for available, suitable work or if you fail to accept such work when offered to you. Benefits are denied (a) from 5 to 10 weeks, or (b) until you become re-employed and earn 10 times your weekly benefit amount in insured work.
Equal Pay for Equal Work
(1 days ago) The law provides that an employee may demonstrate that an employer’s reliance on the systems or factors listed above is a pretext for discrimination on the basis of sex or gender identity. Can an employer prohibit employees from talking about their wages or other employee’s wages?
Law, References, and Publications
(5 days ago) Law, References, and Publications - Amusement Ride Safety Inspection. References: Title 3, Business Regulation Article, Annotated Code of Maryland; Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) 09.12.62 Amusement Attractions Erected Permanently or Temporarily at Carnivals, Fairs, and Amusement Parks
Overtime: In General
(3 days ago) Overtime: In General - The Maryland Guide to Wage Payment and Employment Standards. Overtime Final Rule. Overtime is payment to an employee of one and one-half (1.5) times the regular hourly wage for work performed in excess of 40 hours in a 7-day week.
PROHIBITION ON SMOKING
(6 days ago) Penalties up to $7,000 for serious violations will be determined in accordance with the MOSH law, as with any other violation found under the MOSH law and regulations. Copies of the MOSH law are available from the MOSH Office of Training and Education at (410) 880-4970 or (301) 483-8406. Q.
Coronavirus/COVID-19: Mortgage Relief and Foreclosure
(8 days ago) Additionally, federal law includes temporary credit reporting protections for certain borrowers with federally-backed loans. If you are current at the time you enter into a forbearance plan for a federally-backed mortgage, the mortgage servicer should continue reporting your loan status as “current” to the credit bureaus.
Labor and Employment Publications in Maryland
(4 days ago) Labor and Employment Publications in Maryland - The Maryland Guide to Wage Payment and Employment Standards. The following is a list of various agencies and units of Maryland State Government which are concerned with some area of labor and employment, and the publications and postings which are required for employers by law:.
Maryland Hot Water Heater Safety
(Just Now) The Law requires that boilers and pressure vessels be inspected annually or biennially (every two years) depending on the type of equipment. Hot Water Heater Overview & Care If not cared for properly, a 20-gallon storage water heater can explode with enough energy to rocket through a three
Check Cashing and Money Transmission
(6 days ago) The Commissioner of Financial regulation has created a convenient brochure to help consumers better understand the check cashing fee structure under Maryland law. If you believe you have been overcharged or have other complaints about a check cashing services business, you can file a complaint with the Commissioner of Financial Regulation.
Apprenticeship and Training Council
(2 days ago) Maryland’s Apprenticeship and Training Law and Regulation established a twelve-member body called the Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Council (MATC). The Council formulates apprenticeship policies, registers standards and agreements, determines which skilled trades are apprenticeable, and formulates and adopts standards of apprenticeship
Employment Related Posters and Notices
(3 days ago) Job Safety and Health: It's the Law: Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970: U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W., Room N3101 Washington, DC 20210 Telephone: 202-693-1999 : Maryland Occupational Safety and Health Act-Safety and Health Protection On The Job a. Public Sector b
Living Wage for State Service Contracts
(6 days ago) Division of Labor and Industry. Living Wage for State Service Contracts. 1100 N. Eutaw Street - Room 606. Baltimore, MD 21201. 410-767-2232. Fax: 410-767-2986. e-mail: [email protected] Ayuda en Español: Julio Cesar Carrera, 410-767-2180.
Credit Provisions (Misc.)
(Just Now) Md. Code Ann., Com. Law § 14-1701 et seq. governs denials of credit and applies to any lender or credit grantor regulated under Title 12 of the Commercial Law Article. This subtitle defines Adverse Action to mean a denial or revocation of credit, a change in the terms of an existing credit arrangement, or a refusal to grant credit in
Maryland Equal Pay for Equal Work
(7 days ago) secret information, or information that is otherwise subject to a legal privilege or protected by law; or (6) permit an employee to disclose wage information to a competitor of the employer. §3–304.2 (A) On request, an employer shall provide to an applicant for employment the wage range for the position for which the applicant applied.
Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation
(9 days ago) COMMISSIONER OF FINANCIAL REGULATION. 500 North Calvert Street, Suite 402. Baltimore, Maryland 21202. Net Tangible Benefit Worksheet. This Net Tangible Benefit Worksheet has been prescribed by the Commissioner of Financial Regulation in conformity with COMAR 09.03.06.20 and COMAR 09.03.09.04 (Duty of Care).
Important Notice Regarding Your License, Registration or
(8 days ago) Important Notice Regarding Your License, Registration or Permit Renewal Dates - Occupational and Professional Licensing. On March 9, 2021, Governor Larry Hogan issued Executive Order No. 21-03-09-03 addressing the renewal dates of expiring licenses, registrations and permits. The new order amends and restates the earlier executive order of March 12, 2020 concerning expiration …