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Session Laws, 1989
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Ch. 3                                           LAWS OF MARYLAND

dies, resigns, or is removed under provisions of law.

SECTION 8. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That, except as
expressly provided to the contrary in this Act, any transaction
affected by or flowing from any change of nomenclature or any
statute amended, repealed, or transferred in this Act, and
validly entered into before the effective date and every right,
duty, or interest flowing from the statute remains valid after
the effective date and may be terminated, completed, consummated,
or enforced as required or allowed by any statute amended,
repealed, or transferred by this Act as though the repeal,
amendment, or transfer" had not occurred. If the change in
nomenclature involves a change in name or designation of any
State unit, the successor unit shall be considered in all
respects as having the powers and obligations granted the former
unit.

SECTION 9. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That the continuity
of every department, board, commission, committee, agency, or
other unit affected by this Act is retained. The personnel,
records, files, furniture, fixtures, and other properties and all
appropriations, credits, assets, liabilities, and obligations of
each retained unit are continued as the personnel, records,
files, furniture, fixtures, properties, appropriations, credits,
assets, liabilities, and obligations of the unit under the laws
enacted by this Act.

SECTION 10. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That, except as
expressly provided to the contrary in this Act, any person
licensed, registered, certified, or issued a permit by any board,
commission, agency, or other unit established or continued by any
statute amended, repealed, or transferred by this Act is
considered for all purposes to be licensed, registered,
certified, or issued a permit by the appropriate unit continued
under this Act for the duration of the term for which the
license, registration, certification, or permit was issued, and
may renew that authorization in accordance with the appropriate
renewal provisions of this Act. Except as expressly provided to
the contrary in this Act, a person who was originally licensed,
registered, or certified under a provision of law that has been
deleted by this Act as obsolete, continues to meet the
educational and experience requirements to the same extent as if
that provision had not been deleted.

SECTION 11. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall
take effect October 1, 1989.

Approved February 24, 1989.

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