Maryland Code, Business Regulation § 16.7-205

(a) Unless a license is renewed for a 1-year term as provided in this section, the license expires on the date set by the issuing official.

(b) At least 1 month before a license issued under this subtitle expires, the issuing official shall send to the licensee a renewal notice that states the date on which the current license expires.

(c) Before a license issued under this subtitle expires, the licensee may renew the license for an additional 1-year term, if the licensee:

(1) otherwise is entitled to be licensed;

(2) submits to the issuing official a renewal application on the form that the issuing official requires;  and

(3) pays to the issuing official the license fee required under § 16.7-203 of this subtitle.

(d) The issuing official shall renew the license of each licensee that meets the requirements of this section.


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