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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Agency 7. Virginia Code Commission
12/6/2019

Chapter 10. Regulations for Filing and Publishing Agency RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Computation of time
Section 30
General rules of construction
Section 40
Form and style of regulations
Section 50
Method of filing
Section 60
Internet address; contact information; consequential changes
Section 70
Waiver by registrar
Section 80
Agency regulatory coordinator
Section 90
Filing regulations
Section 100
Final agency action date; effective date; statutory authority
Section 110
Supplemental information; exemption from Administrative Process Act
Section 120
Withdrawal of a final regulation; publication
Section 130
Omissions and errors
Section 140
Incorporation by reference permitted
Section 150
Filing requirements
Section 160
Regulation text
Section 170
Exemptions from filing of documents adopted or incorporated by reference; requirements
Section 180
Filing requirements
Section 190
Exemption from filing a form
Section 200
Modification of forms in the Virginia Administrative Code
Section 210
Publication
Section 220
Availability and official version

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