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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 10. Finance and Financial Institutions
Agency 5. State Corporation Commission
1/23/2019

Chapter 200. Payday LendingRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Requirements for licensees; operating rules; acquisitions
Section 30
Notice and payday lending pamphlet
Section 33
Extended payment plans
Section 35
Five payday loans within 180 days
Section 40
Borrower prepayment; right to cancel
Section 50
Responding to requests from the Bureau of Financial Institutions; providing false, misleading, or deceptive information
Section 60
Posting of charges
Section 70
Additional business requirements and restrictions
Section 75
Annual reporting requirements
Section 80
Payday lending pamphlet text
Section 85
Advertising
Section 90
Schedule of annual fees for the examination, supervision, and regulation of payday lenders
Section 100
Other business in payday lending offices
Section 110
Payday lending database
Section 113
Limited disclosure of data from payday lending database
Section 115
Database inquiry fee
Section 120
Enforcement
Section 130
Commission authority

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