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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 48. Common Interest Community Board
Chapter 70. Common Interest Community Ombudsman Regulations
9/23/2020

18VAC48-70-110. Review of Final Adverse Decision.

Upon receipt of the notice of final adverse decision from the complainant, along with the filing fee or a board-approved waiver of filing fee, the Office of the Common Interest Community Ombudsman shall provide written acknowledgment of receipt of the notice to the complainant and shall provide a copy of the written notice to the association that made the final adverse decision. The notice of adverse decision will not be reviewed until the filing fee has been received or a waiver of filing fee has been granted by the board.

In accordance with § 54.1-2354.4 C of the Code of Virginia, additional information may be requested from the association that made the final adverse decision. Upon request, the association shall provide such information to the Office of the Common Interest Community Ombudsman within a reasonable time.

Statutory Authority

§§ 54.1-2349 and 54.1-2354.4 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 28, Issue 19, eff. July 1, 2012; amended, Virginia Register Volume 36, Issue 06, eff. December 11, 2019.

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