(a) Any complaint, corrective order, notice, or other instrument issued by the Department
under this subtitle may be served on the person to whom it is directed in accordance
with § 1-204 of this article.
(b) If service is made by certified mail, return receipt requested, bearing a postmark
from the United States Postal Service, the person who mails the document shall file
with the Department verified proof of mailing.
(c) Any notice that requires filing of a report, attendance at a hearing, or both,
shall be served at least 10 days before the earlier of:
(1) The time set for the hearing, if any; or
(2) The time set for the filing of the report, if any.
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