(a) Subject to subsection (b) of this section and notwithstanding any other law, if a child is the defendant or child respondent, the court may order the child, the child's parent, or both to pay restitution.
(b) A judgment of restitution for $10,000 issued under Part I of this subtitle is the absolute limit for each child's acts arising out of a single incident.
(c)(1) A court may not enter a judgment of restitution against a parent under Part I of this subtitle unless the parent has been afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard and to present evidence.
(2) A hearing under this subsection may be held as part of the sentencing or disposition hearing.
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