Article - State Government
(a) (1) Subject to § 4–332 of the General Provisions Article, the Secretary of State may provide lists of public information in its records to those persons who request them if the Secretary of State approves of the purpose for which the information is requested.
(2) (i) The Secretary of State may publish information relating to the status of the commission of a notary public or former notary public, including the date of commencement and expiration of any suspension, nonrenewal, or revocation of the commission.
(ii) The disclosure of information under subparagraph (i) of this paragraph is deemed compliant with § 4–332(b)(4) of the General Provisions Article.
(b) (1) The Secretary of State shall charge a reasonable fee, not less than the cost of preparing the list, for any list furnished under this section.
(2) The Secretary of State may charge a reduced fee to persons requesting a list for governmental or not–for–profit purposes.
(c) A person furnished any information under this section may not distribute or otherwise use the information for any purpose other than that for which it was furnished.
(d) The Secretary of State may not disclose information under this section for use in telephone solicitations as defined in § 4–320(a) of the General Provisions Article.