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A public record can be corrected or a vehicle titled by petitioning for a writ of mandamus. Mandamus (Latin for "we command") is a writ issued by a court commanding a public official to perform an action.
What does Maryland require to lawfully drive a car? Registration and tags, a valid driver’s license, an inspection, an emissions test, and insurance.
Maryland's lemon law applies only to cars, light trucks and motorcycles that: Are registered in Maryland, and have been driven less than 18,000 miles and been owned less than 18 months.
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