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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 13. Housing
Agency 5. Department of Housing and Community Development
6/25/2017

Chapter 63. Virginia Uniform Statewide Building CodeRead Chapter

Section 10
Chapter 1 Administration; Section 101 General
Section 20
Section 102 Purpose and scope
Section 30
Section 103 Application of code
Section 40
Section 104 Enforcement, generally
Section 50
Section 105 Local building department
Section 60
Section 106 Powers and duties of the building official
Section 70
Section 107 Fees
Section 80
Section 108 Application for permit
Section 90
Section 109 Construction documents
Section 100
Section 110 Permits
Section 110
Section 111 RDP services
Section 120
Section 112 Workmanship, materials and equipment
Section 130
Section 113 Inspections
Section 140
Section 114 Stop work orders
Section 150
Section 115 Violations
Section 160
Section 116 Certificates of occupancy
Section 170
Section 117 Temporary and moved buildings and structures; demolition
Section 180
Section 118 Unsafe buildings or structures
Section 190
Section 119 Appeals
Section 200
Chapter 2 Definitions
Section 210
Chapter 3 Use and occupancy classification
Section 220
Chapter 4 Special detailed requirements based on use and occupancy
Section 225
Chapter 5 General building heights and areas
Section 230
Chapter 7 Fire and smoke protection features
Section 235
Chapter 8 Interior finishes
Section 240
Chapter 9 Fire protection systems
Section 245
Chapter 10 Means of egress
Section 250
Chapter 11 Accessibility
Section 260
Chapter 12 Interior environment
Section 264
Chapter 13 Energy efficiency
Section 265
[Repealed]
Section 267
Chapter 14 Exterior walls
Section 270
Chapter 16 Structural design
Section 280
Chapter 17 Special inspections and tests
Section 290
Chapter 18 Soils and foundations
Section 295
Chapter 23 Wood
Section 298
Chapter 26 Plastic
Section 300
Chapter 27 Electrical
Section 310
Chapter 28 Mechanical systems
Section 320
Chapter 29 Plumbing systems
Section 330
Chapter 30 Elevators and conveying systems
Section 335
[Repealed]
Section 336
Chapter 31 Special construction
Section 340
Chapter 33 Safeguards during construction
Section 350
Chapter 34 Existing structures
Section 360
Chapter 35 Referenced standards
Section 365
Appendix E Supplementary accessibility requirements
Section 370
Appendix F Rodent proofing
Section 380
Appendix H Signs
Section 390
Appendix I Patio covers
Section 400
Chapter 1 Administration; Section 101 General
Section 410
Section 102 Purpose and scope
Section 420
Section 103 Application of code
Section 430
Chapter 2 Definitions
Section 432
[Repealed]
Section 434
Chapter 8 Alterations -- Level 2
Section 436
[Repealed]
Section 437
[Repealed]
Section 438
Chapter 12 Historic buildings
Section 440
Chapter 14 Performance compliance methods
Section 443
Chapter 16 Referenced standards
Section 445
Chapter 17 Retrofit requirements
Section 450
Chapter 1 Administration; Section 101 General
Section 460
Section 102 Purpose and scope
Section 470
Section 103 Application of code
Section 480
Section 104 Enforcement, generally
Section 490
Section 105 Unsafe structures or structures unfit for human occupancy
Section 500
Section 106 Appeals
Section 510
Chapter 2 Definitions
Section 520
Chapter 3 General requirements
Section 525
[Repealed]
Section 530
Chapter 5 Plumbing facilities and fixture requirements
Section 540
Chapter 6 Mechanical and electrical requirements
Section 550
[Repealed]
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