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Virginia Administrative Code
4/6/2020

18VAC62. Fair Housing Board

VAC AGENCY NO. 62

AGENCY SUMMARY

The Fair Housing Board is a separate agency within the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation. The director of the department acts as the board's secretary and administrative officer. Code of Virginia, Title 54.1, Chapter 3. See the summary for the department for the powers and duties applicable to all regulatory boards subject to its administration. Code of Virginia, Title 54.1, Chapter 2.

The board is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Fair Housing Law as it applies to respondents not otherwise under the jurisdiction of the Real Estate Board, as provided in Chapter 23.2 (§ 54.1-2343 et seq.) of Title 54.1 of the Code of Virginia. The board is also authorized to establish, by regulation, an education-based certification program for persons subject to the Fair Housing Law who are involved in the business or activity of selling or renting dwellings. Code of Virginia, Title 54.1, Chapter 23.2 and Title 36, Chapter 5.1.

Regulations are available from the board’s office at 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 400, Richmond, VA 23233. Internet address: http://www.dpor.virginia.gov/Boards/Fair-Housing-Board/

Rev. 09/2018

 

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