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Administrative Appeals

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AACPLL FAQs > Administrative Appeals

 

The following is a list of resources available in the Law Library. It is not exhaustive and is intended only to provide background information for library patrons. It should not be regarded as legal advice.

 

(See also: Administrative Hearings.)

 

MARYLAND CODE, RULES & REGULATIONS:

(Also available in library in section 3B) 

 

Md. Code, State Government § 10-222.

 

Maryland Rules of Procedure, Md. Rules of Procedure Title 7, Chapter 200.

Note: 7-202 (d) (1) does not require a certificate of service unless as required for the Workers' Compensation Commission as in (d) (2).  However, a certificate of service may help get the petition to the agency sooner and may result in a more timely preparation of the record by the agency. (per CCM 07/12/2012)

 

ONLINE RESOURCES:

 

People's Law Library of MarylandAppealing an Administrative Decision 

 

FORM EXAMPLES: 

 

GUIDE FOR FORM: Judicial Review of Decision of Administrative Agency.docx (guide for filling at blank form below)

BLANK FORM: Judicial Review of Decision of Administrative AgencyBLANK.docx  

 

You may also need a Case Civil Non-Domestic Information Report.

 

Please note: 

If a Workers Compensation Commission case….

 

If you are filing for review of a decision from the Workers' Compensation Commission, then a copy of the petition must be served by the petitioner by first class mail to the Commission and all other parties of record in the agency proceeding. You will need to add a certificate of service.  For more information and an example: http://www.peoples-law.org/service-and-certificates-service

 

Read the Law: MD State Govt. § 10-222(c)(link is external)MD Rule  7-202(link is external)Md. Rule 7-203(link is external) Ct. & Jud. Proc. § 7-201

 

See an example here: http://mdcourts.gov/family/forms/dr58.pdf

 

LIBRARY RESOURCES:

 

  • West's Maryland Digest 2d, 1 Md. D. 2d., Administrative Law, Key Numbers 651-821.

          (Available in Section 4A.)

 

  • West's Maryland Law Encyclopedia, 1 M. L. E., Administrative Law and Procedure §§ 64-82.

          (Available in Section 4A.)

 

  • Maryland Civil Procedure Forms 3rd ed. / Robert D. Klein (LEXIS, 2000) Title 7- Chapter 200  (KFM1730.A65 K64 2000 V.2)

          

  • Practice Manual for the Maryland Lawyer 4th ed.  / Jack L. B. Gohn, Esq. (MSBA, 2012) §2- Chapter 8: "Challenges to Agency Action".  (KFM1730.A65 P7 2012 V.1)

          

  • Principles and Practice of Maryland Administrative Law / Arnold Rochvarg, M. (Carolina Academic Press, 2011).  (KFM1640.R63)

  

  • Pleading Causes of Action in Maryland 6th ed. / Paul Mark Sandler & James K. Archibald  (MSBA, 2018).  (KFM1735 .S26 2018)

          (On Reserve.)

 

  • Appellate Practice for the Maryland Lawyer: State and Federal 5th ed. / Paul Mark Sandler, Andrew D. Levy, & Steven M. Klepper, eds. (MSBA, 2018)  Chapter 25: "Appeals From Administrative Agencies" by Honorable Paul W. Grimm & Robert B. Levin.  (KFM1755 .A9)

          

  • Judicial Review of Agency Decisions / Alan M. Wilner, (MICPEL, 1997).  (KFM1607 .J8 1997)

          

 

 

 

 

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