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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Agency 75. Department of the Treasury
Chapter 30. Regulations Governing Escheats
7/3/2020

1VAC75-30-120. Fees Charged for Requests under the Freedom of Information Act (§ 2.1-340 Et Seq. of the Code of Virginia).

Fees shall be computed on all requests for information under the Freedom of Information Act, Chapter 21 (§ 2.1-340 et seq.) of Title 2.1 of the Code of Virginia, related to the escheat process. The fee assessed shall be determined based on the actual time of the employee performing the duties necessary to comply with the request and other costs incurred. Other costs include copies, postage, and any other cost directly associated with providing the requested information.

If there is an amount due the agency and it is in excess of 30 days past due, current and future requests for information will be withheld until the outstanding amount is paid to the agency. Continued failure to pay fees when due may result in the agency requesting payment in advance.

Statutory Authority

§ 55-200.1 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR640-04-1 § 12, eff. July 1, 1992.

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