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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 10. Finance and Financial Institutions
Agency 5. State Corporation Commission
Chapter 210. Motor Vehicle Title Lending
2/23/2019

Forms (10VAC5-210)

Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, CCB-1123 (rev. 10/10).

Limited Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, CCB-1143 (rev. 10/10).

Depository Institution Authorization Form, CCB-1149 (rev. 12/04).

Employment and Business Affiliation Disclosure Form, CCB-1150 (rev. 10/10).

Application for a Motor Vehicle Title Lender License pursuant to Chapter 22 of Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, CCB-5523 (rev. 10/10).

Motor Vehicle Title Lender Surety Bond pursuant to § 6.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia, CCB-5524 (rev. 10/10).

Application for an Additional Office or Relocation of an Existing Office pursuant to Chapter 22 of Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, CCB-5525 (rev. 10/10).

Application for Permission to Acquire Control of a Motor Vehicle Lender Licensee pursuant to § 6.2-2208 of the Code of Virginia, CCB-5526 (rev. 10/10).

Application to Conduct the Business of Motor Vehicle Title Lending and Other Business at the Same Location, CCB-5527 (rev. 10/10).

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