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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 57. Trade Practices and Regulations § 57-30-13. Civil penalty;  suspension or revocation of registration

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(1) Each member receiving services shall have a person-centered support plan, or a similar plan specified by the state department, developed and managed by a case management agency or an entity, and subject to review and approval pursuant to section 25.5-6-404. The person-centered support plan shall:

(a) Be based on the particular service needs of the member receiving services;

(b) Describe the services necessary to avoid institutionalization;

(c) Ensure the member receives services in the setting of the member’s choice;  and

(d) Identify the supports needed for the member to achieve personally identified goals.

(2) Pursuant to this section, the person-centered support plan for each member receiving services must be reviewed at least annually and modified as necessary or appropriate.

(3) A person-centered support plan is not required for a person with an intellectual and developmental disability or a developmental delay who is eligible for long-term services and supports and who is on a waiting list for enrollment into a program funded pursuant to article 10 of this title 25.5. Each case management agency shall provide information and referral services to each member on the waiting list for enrollment in a program at the time of the member’s eligibility and annually thereafter, regarding long-term services and supports that are relevant to persons and are commonly used by persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and a developmental delay as provided by rules promulgated by the state board. The criteria for information and referral must be uniform in nature and applied throughout the state in a consistent manner.

1  NMSA 1978, § 61-1-1 et seq.

§ 21. The court is authorized to impose, by uniform rules, a fee of $15 for the filing of a petition in any case in which the award sought is more than $50 and less than $1,000 and $35 in any case in which the award sought is $1,000 or more; and to charge and collect for copies of opinions or other documents filed in the Court of Claims such fees as may be prescribed by the rules of the Court. All fees and charges so collected shall be forthwith paid into the State Treasury.

A petitioner who is a prisoner in an Illinois Department of Corrections facility who files a pleading, motion, or other filing that purports to be a legal document against the State, the Illinois Department of Corrections, the Prisoner Review Board, or any of their officers or employees in which the court makes a specific finding that it is frivolous shall pay all filing fees and court costs in the manner provided in Article XXII of the Code of Civil Procedure.  1

In claims based upon lapsed appropriations or lost warrant or in claims filed under the Line of Duty Compensation Act,  2 the Illinois National Guardsman's Compensation Act,  3 or the Crime Victims Compensation Act  4 or in claims filed by medical vendors for medical services rendered by the claimant to persons eligible for Medical Assistance under programs administered by the Department of Healthcare and Family Services, no filing fee shall be required.

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