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Maryland Code, Alcoholic Beverages § 2-149

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(a) A direct wine shipper may renew its direct wine shipper's permit each year if the direct wine shipper:

(1) is otherwise entitled to have a direct wine shipper's permit;

(2) provides to the Comptroller a copy of its current permit;

(3) identifies the wines manufactured by the direct wine shipper that the direct wine shipper intends to ship into the State;  and

(4) pays to the Comptroller a renewal fee of $200.

(b) The Comptroller may deny a renewal application of a direct wine shipper who fails to:

(1) file a tax return required under this part;

(2) pay a fee or tax when due;  or

(3) after receiving notice, comply with this article or a regulation that the Comptroller adopts under this article.

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