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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 48. Common Interest Community Board
6/22/2017

Chapter 30. Condominium RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Purpose
Section 20
Definitions
Section 30
Explanation of terms
Section 40
Condominiums located outside of Virginia
Section 50
Exemptions from registration
Section 60
Preregistration offers prohibited
Section 70
Condominium marketing activities
Section 80
Offering literature
Section 90
Application procedures
Section 100
Fee requirements
Section 110
Review of application for registration
Section 120
Prerequisites for registration
Section 130
Minimum requirements for registration
Section 140
Requirements for plats and plans
Section 150
Application for registration of expandable condominium
Section 160
Public offering statement requirements, generally
Section 170
Full and fair disclosure
Section 180
Contents of public offering statement
Section 190
Narrative sections; condominium concept
Section 200
Narrative sections; creation of condominium
Section 210
Narrative sections; description of condominium
Section 220
Narrative sections; individual units
Section 230
Narrative sections; common elements
Section 240
Narrative sections; maintenance, repair, and replacement responsibilities
Section 250
Narrative sections; declarant
Section 260
Narrative sections; terms of the offering
Section 270
Narrative sections; encumbrances
Section 280
Narrative sections; restrictions on transfer
Section 290
Narrative sections; unit owners' association.
Section 300
Narrative sections; display of flag
Section 310
Narrative sections; surrounding area
Section 320
Narrative sections; financial matters
Section 330
Narrative sections; insurance
Section 340
Narrative sections; taxes
Section 350
Narrative sections; governmental review
Section 360
Narrative sections; warranties
Section 370
Documents from other jurisdictions
Section 380
Condominium securities
Section 390
Board oversight of public offering statement
Section 400
Public offering statement for conversion condominium; general instructions
Section 410
Description of conversion condominium
Section 420
Financial matters, conversion condominium
Section 430
Present condition of conversion condominium
Section 440
Replacement requirements in conversion condominium
Section 450
Notice to tenants
Section 460
Minimum post-registration reporting requirements
Section 470
Amendment of public offering statement
Section 480
Nonmaterial changes to the public offering statement
Section 490
Filing of amended public offering statement
Section 500
Current public offering statement
Section 510
Public offering statement not current; notification of purchasers
Section 520
Provisions applicable to substituted public offering statement and prospectus
Section 530
Filing of phase amendment application
Section 540
Annual report by declarant
Section 550
Board review of annual report
Section 560
Transition of control of unit owners' association
Section 570
Return of assessment bond or letter of credit to declarant
Section 580
Return of completion bond or letter of credit to declarant
Section 590
Return of bond or letter of credit upon termination of registration
Section 600
Maintenance of bond or letter of credit
Section 610
Termination of condominium registration
Section 620
Administrative termination of condominium registration
Section 630
Notification of successor declarant and transfer of special declarant rights
Section 640
Reporting of other changes to the condominium project
Section 650
Grounds for disciplinary action
Section 660
Registration of condominium required
Section 670
Condominium advertising standards
Section 680
Response to inquiry and provision of records
Section 690
Prohibited acts
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