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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 13. Housing
Agency 5. Department of Housing and Community Development
8/9/2020

Chapter 31. Virginia Amusement Device RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Purpose
Section 20
Definitions
Section 30
Devices covered and exempt
Section 40
Incorporated standards
Section 50
Certification of amusement device inspectors
Section 60
Appeals
Section 70
[Repealed]
Section 75
Local building department
Section 80
[Repealed]
Section 85
Accidents involving serious injury or death
Section 90
[Repealed]
Section 100
[Repealed]
Section 110
[Repealed]
Section 120
[Repealed]
Section 130
[Repealed]
Section 140
[Repealed]
Section 150
[Repealed]
Section 160
[Repealed]
Section 170
[Repealed]
Section 180
General requirements
Section 190
General requirements
Section 200
General requirements
Section 210
General requirements
Section 215
General requirements
Section 217
General requirements
Section 220
General requirements
Section 230
Bungee cords
Section 240
Jump hardware
Section 250
Structure requirements
Section 260
Operational and site requirements
Section 270
Management and personnel responsibilities
Section 280
Scope
Section 290
Requirements
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