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Maryland Code, Criminal Procedure § 13-512

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(a) Subject to the rights of a lienholder to sell the real property, an owner or an owner's tenant may remain in possession of seized real property until forfeiture is ordered.

(b) The forfeiting authority may apply to the court for the appointment of a receiver to apply income from income-producing property.

(c) If a person who is an owner or an owner's tenant remains in possession of the real property and the person's interest in the real property is forfeited, the person immediately shall surrender the real property to the seizing authority in substantially the same condition as when seized.

A. The Board shall coordinate the development of a general permit for activities such as bioengineered streambank stabilization projects and livestock stream crossings that:  (i) are coverable by the Nationwide Permit Program (33 C.F.R. Part 330) of the United States Army Corps of Engineers and for which certification has not been waived by the Board;  (ii) are conservation practices designed and supervised by a soil and water conservation district;  (iii) meet the design standards of the Department of Conservation and Recreation and the United States Department of Agriculture's Natural Resource Conservation Service;  and (iv) are intended to improve water quality.  The development of the general permit shall be exempt from Article 2 (§ 2.2-4006 et seq.) of the Administrative Process Act.

B. The development of the general permit shall be a coordinated effort between the Department of Environmental Quality, the Virginia Marine Resources Commission and such other agencies as may be needed to develop a single, unified, process that will expedite the implementation of the projects described in subsection A and unify and streamline the permitting process for such projects.

C. A general permit pursuant to this section shall be promulgated as final by July 1, 1998.

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