Article - General Provisions
(a) Any applicant or the applicant’s designated representative may file a written complaint with the Board seeking a written opinion and order from the Board if:
(1) a custodian charged a fee under § 4–206 of this title of more than $350; and
(2) the complainant alleges in the complaint that the fee is unreasonable.
(b) The complaint shall:
(1) identify the custodian that is the subject of the complaint;
(2) describe the action of the custodian, the date of the action, and the circumstances of the action;
(3) be signed by the complainant;
(4) if available, include a copy of the original request for public records; and
(5) be filed within 90 days after the action that is the subject of the complaint occurred.