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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 20. Public Utilities and Telecommunications
Agency 5. State Corporation Commission

Chapter 309. Rules for Enforcement of the Underground Utility Damage Prevention ActRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 15
Section 20
Report of probable violations
Section 30
Commission staff investigation of probable violations
Section 40
Advisory Committee review of probable violations
Section 50
Commission action
Section 60
Civil penalties
Section 70
Petition for reconsideration
Section 80
Appeals generally
Section 90
Emergency excavation or demolition
Section 100
Marking of underground utility lines
Section 110
General marking requirements
Section 120
Notification of clear evidence
Section 130
Notification center data update
Section 140
Excavator's responsibilities to avoid damage, dislocating or disturbances of utility lines
Section 150
Requirement for trenchless excavation
Section 160
Operator's responsibilities to maintain accurate records
Section 165
Operator's responsibility for abandoned utility lines
Section 170
Responsibility to protect and preserve marking
Section 180
Excavator site inspection
Section 190
Delineating specific location of a proposed excavation or demolition
Section 200
Reporting damage by calling 911
Section 205
Commission authority

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