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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Title 1. Administration
Agency 45. Department of Law

Chapter 20.
Regulations Regarding the Virginia Human Rights Act
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Section 10
Section 20
Section 25
Section 30
Complaints by or on behalf of persons claiming to be aggrieved
Section 40
Where to make a complaint
Section 50
Contents of complaint
Section 55
Cooperative agreements with federal agencies or local commissions
Section 60
Filing referrals to state and federal agencies
Section 70
Notice of charge of discrimination
Section 75
Withdrawal of a complaint by a complainant
Section 80
Investigations by the director or the director's designee
Section 82
Section 83
Requests for documents
Section 84
Fact-finding conference
Section 85
Withdrawal of a charge
Section 86
Negotiated settlement
Section 87
Issuance of notice of right to sue during investigation
Section 90
Dismissal; procedure and authority
Section 92
No reasonable cause determinations; procedure and authority
Section 94
Reasonable cause determination; procedure and authority
Section 96
Section 98
Notice of right to sue
Section 100
Section 110
Formal hearing
Section 120
Findings and recommendations from a formal hearing
Section 130

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