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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health
Chapter 150. Regulations for the Sanitary Control of Storing, Processing, Packing or Repacking of Oysters, Clams and Other Shellfish

12VAC5-150-40. Revocation of Certificate of Inspection.

The operation of an establishment for the storing, processing, packing, or repacking of oysters, clams and other shellfish shall be in accordance with the application for a Certificate of Inspection, this chapter and the standards and specifications established by the State Health Commissioner. Whenever the State Health Commissioner finds that the foregoing are being violated, or finds insanitary or other conditions in the operation of the establishment which in his judgment constitute a substantial hazard to the public health, he may revoke the Certificate of Inspection. If a hearing is desired on this action, it will be afforded when written request has been made to the commissioner. For future operation, after revocation of Certification of Inspection, application shall be made for a new Certificate of Inspection as provided above.

Statutory Authority

Chapter 8 (§ 28.2-800 et seq.) of Title 28.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR355-19-05 § 4, eff. September 1, 1969.

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