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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 17. Libraries And Cultural Resources

Agency 15. Library of Virginia (Library Board)

Agency Summary
Chapter 10
Guidelines Governing Public Participation [Repealed]
Chapter 11
Public Participation Guidelines
Chapter 20
Standards for Microfilming Public Records
Chapter 30
Archival Standards for Recording Deeds and Other Writings by a Procedural Microphotographic Process [Repealed]
Chapter 40
Standards for the Microfilming of Ended Law Chancery and Criminal Cases of the Clerks of the Circuit Courts Prior to Disposition [Repealed]
Chapter 50
Standards for Computer Output Microfilm (Com) for Public Records
Chapter 60
Standards for Plats [Repealed]
Chapter 61
Standards for Permanent Instruments Recorded by Hard Copy
Chapter 70
Standards for Recorded Instruments [Repealed]
Chapter 80
Standards for Paper for Permanent Circuit Court Records [Repealed]
Chapter 90
Requirements Which Must Be Met by Libraries Serving a Population of Less Than 5,000 in Order to Receive State Grants-In-Aid
Chapter 100
Certification of Librarians
Chapter 110
Requirements Which Must Be Met in Order to Receive Grants-In-Aid
Chapter 120
Regulations Governing the Destruction of Public Records Containing Social Security Numbers

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