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(1) Subject to paragraphs (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), and (7) of this subsection and subsection (f) of this section, any student who attends a community college in this State and is not a resident of this State shall pay, in addition to the student tuition and fees payable by a county resident, an out-of-state fee, at least equal to:
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(iii) Any student attending a community college in this State who pays a fee as provided in this paragraph may not be included as an in-State resident for computation of State aid to community colleges in accordance with 16-305 of this subtitle.
(i) A resident of the state of West Virginia who attends Garrett College under a negotiated reciprocity agreement between the states of Maryland and West Virginia is an in-county resident for tuition purposes.
(i) Any student attending a community college in this State who is not a resident of this State and is enrolled in an education program leading to licensure in nursing shall be included as an in-county resident for tuition purposes and shall be included as an in-State resident for computation of the State aid to community colleges in accordance with 16-305 of this subtitle.
(iv) Subject to subparagraphs (v) and (vi) of this paragraph, if the Secretary determines that there is no shortage of nurses, the Nonresident Student Tuition Reduction and State Aid Program established under this paragraph may not be applied to any courses required for the nursing program.
(vi) Subparagraph (v) of this paragraph may not affect any student who is participating in the Nonresident Tuition Reduction and State Aid Program prior to the determination under subparagraph (iii) of this paragraph.
(ii) Any student attending a community college in this State who receives a tuition waiver as provided by this paragraph shall not be included as an in-State resident for computation of State aid to community colleges in accordance with 16-305 of this subtitle.
(iii) Any public school teacher attending a community college in this State who satisfies the requirements established in this paragraph shall be included as an in-State resident for computation of the State aid to community colleges in accordance with 16-305 of this subtitle.
(iii) Any BRAC employee or family member of a BRAC employee attending a community college in the State who satisfies the requirements established in this paragraph shall be included as an in-State resident for computation of the State aid to community colleges in accordance with 16-305 of this subtitle.
(1) Subject to the provisions of paragraphs (2), (3), and (4) of this subsection and subsection (g) of this section, any student who attends a community college not supported by the county in which the student resides shall pay, in addition to the student tuition and fees payable by a resident of a county that supports the community college, an out-of-county or out-of-region fee at least equal to 60% of the county share per full-time equivalent student as determined under 16-305 of this subtitle.
(i) Any student who resides in an incorporated municipality whose corporate limits extend into 2 counties in the State is considered an in-county resident for tuition purposes at a community college campus located within that municipality that is supported by either county.
(ii) If a student is considered an in-county resident under this paragraph and the student does not reside in the county that supports the community college, the county in which the student resides shall pay the difference between the out-of-county tuition and the in-county tuition.
(c) Power of county to appropriate. -- Any county may appropriate money to pay the out-of-county or out-of-region fees for county residents who attend a community college in this State that is not supported by that county.
(1) (i) 1. Notwithstanding subsection (b) of this section, subject to subsubparagraph 2 of this subparagraph, if any student is a resident of this State and enrolls in an instructional program that the Commission designates as a health manpower shortage program or a statewide or regional program:
(1) Notwithstanding subsection (b) of this section, if any student resides in a county where the per capita wealth is below the State average and the county does not support a community college or a branch campus of a community college, except for Baltimore City, the student may enroll at a community college or a branch campus in the State, either of which is located in a county adjacent to the one in which the student resides, and pay only the tuition and fees applicable to a county resident that supports the community college.
(b) Expiration of initial term. -- Upon the expiration of the initial term, the resident shall be on a month-to-month term, unless a longer term is agreed to by the parties, subject to the modified provisions relating to the amount and payment of rent.
(i) Before the expiration of a 1-year term, or upon request of the resident at any time during a month-to-month term, a park owner shall offer to a qualified resident a rental agreement for a 1-year period.
3. Contain a statement that, if the resident chooses not to enter into a 1-year agreement, the lease will continue on a month-to-month term that can be discontinued by either party, upon 30 days' notice.
(ii) The park owner shall send to the local governing body of the county or municipal corporation in which the park is located a copy of the written notice of termination sent to the residents under item (i) of this paragraph.
(4) If a resident's rental agreement is not renewed on the basis that the resident is not a qualified resident, the park owner shall, within 5 days, provide the resident with a written statement of the specific reason for nonrenewal of the rental agreement.
(5) A resident who has been offered a 1-year rental agreement under this section, and who has selected a month-to-month term and has not requested a 1-year rental agreement under this section, is not entitled to a 1-year rental agreement after a notice to terminate is delivered by certified mail to the resident by the park owner.
(d) Automatic renewal of lease term. -- If any rental agreement contains a provision calling for an automatic renewal of the lease term unless prior notice is given by the party or parties seeking to terminate the rental agreement, that provision shall be distinctly set apart from any other provision of the rental agreement and provide a space for the written acknowledgment of the resident's agreement to the automatic renewal provision. Such provision not specifically accompanied by either the resident's initials, signature, or witnessed mark is unenforceable by the park owner.
(4) Any provision authorizing the park owner to take possession of the leased premises, or the resident's personal property therein unless the rental agreement has been terminated by action of the parties or by operation of law, and such personal property has been abandoned by the mobile home resident without the benefit of formal legal process.
(f) Terms to be same as month-to-month resident. -- Any rental agreement offered under this section shall contain the same terms, including rent, fees, and conditions, as a rental agreement offered to a resident or prospective resident on a month-to-month term.
(2) If a park owner intends to offer the renewal of a lease agreement with an increase in rent, the park owner shall provide notice to the resident of the rent increase no later than 60 days before the expiration of the existing rental agreement.
(1) A corporation may designate or change its resident agent or principal office by filing for record with the Department a certified copy of a resolution of its board of directors which authorizes the designation or change.
(3) A designation or change of a corporation's principal office or its resident agent or his address under this subsection is effective when the Department accepts the resolution or statement for record.
(3) If the old and new addresses of the resident agent are the same as the old and new addresses of the principal office of the corporation, the statement may include a change of address for the principal office if:
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(a) An individual who is a resident of Minnesota is allowed a credit against the tax imposed by this chapter equal to a percentage of earned income. To receive a credit, a taxpayer must be eligible for a credit under section 32 of the Internal Revenue Code.
(f) For a person who was a resident for the entire tax year and has earned income not subject to tax under this chapter, including income excluded under section 290.0132, subdivision 10, the credit must be allocated based on the ratio of federal adjusted gross income reduced by the earned income not subject to tax under this chapter over federal adjusted gross income. For purposes of this paragraph, the subtractions for military pay under section 290.0132, subdivisions 11 and 12, are not considered "earned income not subject to tax under this chapter." 041b061a72