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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 15. Virginia Board for Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspectors

Chapter 40. Virginia Certified Home Inspectors RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Necessity for certification
Section 30
Qualifications for certification
Section 40
Waiver of the requirements of this chapter
Section 45
Application denial
Section 48
General fee requirements
Section 50
Application fees
Section 52
Renewal and reinstatement fees
Section 60
Renewal required
Section 70
Section 72
Continuing professional education required
Section 80
Procedures for renewal
Section 85
Late renewal
Section 90
Section 100
Section 105
Status of certificate holder during the period prior to reinstatement
Section 110
Section 120
Certified home inspection contract
Section 130
Certified home inspection report
Section 140
Conflict of interest
Section 150
Grounds for disciplinary action
Section 160
Maintenance of certificates, reports, and documentation
Section 170
Provision of records to the board
Section 180
Response to inquiry of the board
Section 190
Unworthiness and incompetence
FORMS (18VAC15-40)

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