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Maryland Code, Business Occupations and Professions § 3-312

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(a) Subject to the provisions of this section, the Board shall commence proceedings under § 3-311 of this subtitle on a complaint made to the Board by a member of the Board or any other person.

(b)(1) A complaint shall:

(i) be in writing;  and

(ii) state specifically the facts on which the complaint is based.

(2) If the complaint is made by any person other than a member of the Board, the complaint shall be made under oath by the person who submits the complaint.

(c) If the Board finds that a complaint alleges facts that are adequate grounds for action under § 3-311 of this subtitle, the Board shall act on the complaint as provided under § 3-313 of this subtitle.  If the Board does not make that finding, it shall dismiss the complaint.

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