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(a) A continuing care agreement shall allow a subscriber to terminate the agreement by giving a written termination notice to the provider.
(b) If a continuing care agreement is terminated by the subscriber's election or death within the first 90 days of occupancy, the provider shall pay any contractual entrance fee refund within 30 days after the earlier to occur of:
(1) the recontracting of the subscriber's unit by:
(i) another subscriber for whom an entrance fee has been paid; or
(ii) another party who is not a subscriber; or
(2) the later to occur of:
(i) the 90th day after the date the written termination notice is given or the date of death; or
(ii) the day the independent living units at the facility have operated at 95% of capacity for the previous 6 months.
(c) If a continuing care agreement is terminated by the subscriber's election or death after the first 90 days of occupancy, the provider shall pay any contractual entrance fee refund within 60 days after the subscriber's death or the effective date of termination, if on the date of death or at any time between the date the written termination notice is given and the effective date of termination:
(1) the subscriber resides in a unit at a higher level of care than the level of care in which the subscriber resided on initially entering the facility; and
(2) the last unit in which the subscriber resided at the initial level of care on entering the facility has been occupied by or reserved for another subscriber who has paid an entrance fee.
(d) This section does not prohibit a provider from requiring that a subscriber's unit be vacated before any contractual entrance fee refund is paid as a result of the subscriber's election to terminate a continuing care agreement.
(a) Reports by Attorney General
(1) In general
On or before November 30, 1995, and on or before November 30 of each year thereafter, the Attorney General shall submit to Congress and make available to the public a report on the amounts paid during the preceding fiscal year to telecommunications carriers under sections 1003(e) and 1008 of this title.
A report under paragraph (1) shall include--
(A) a detailed accounting of the amounts paid to each carrier and the equipment, facility, or service for which the amounts were paid; and
(B) projections of the amounts expected to be paid in the current fiscal year, the carriers to which payment is expected to be made, and the equipment, facilities, or services for which payment is expected to be made.
(b) Reports by Comptroller General and Inspector General
(1) On or before April 1, 1996, the Comptroller General of the United States, and every two years thereafter, the Inspector General of the Department of Justice, shall submit to the Congress a report, after consultation with the Attorney General and the telecommunications industry--
(A) describing the type of equipment, facilities, and services that have been brought into compliance under this subchapter; and
(B) reflecting its analysis of the reasonableness and cost-effectiveness of the payments made by the Attorney General to telecommunications carriers for modifications necessary to ensure compliance with this subchapter.
(2) Compliance cost estimates
A report under paragraph (1) shall include findings and conclusions on the costs to be incurred by telecommunications carriers to comply with the assistance capability requirements of section 1002 of this title after the effective date of such section 1002 of this title, including projections of the amounts expected to be incurred and a description of the equipment, facilities, or services for which they are expected to be incurred.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Maryland Code, Human Services § 10-449 - last updated December 31, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/md/human-services/md-code-human-serv-sect-10-449/
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