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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 17. Libraries And Cultural Resources
Title 17. Libraries And Cultural Resources
Agency 10. Department of Historic Resources

Chapter 30.
Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit
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Section 10
Section 20
Introduction to certifications of significance and rehabilitation
Section 30
Certifications of historic significance
Section 40
Standards for evaluating significance within registered historic districts
Section 50
Certifications of rehabilitation
Section 60
Standards for Rehabilitation
Section 70
Section 80
Fees for processing rehabilitation certification requests
Section 90
Section 100
Definition of rehabilitation project
Section 110
Eligible rehabilitation expenses
Section 120
Qualification for credit
Section 130
Amount and timing of credit
Section 140
Entitlement to credit
Section 150
Projects begun before 2003
Section 160
Coordination with the federal certified historic rehabilitation program
FORMS (17VAC10-30)

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