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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 3. Alcoholic Beverage and Cannabis Control
Agency 5. Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority
Chapter 70. Other Provisions
8/16/2022

3VAC5-70-170. Credit and debit cards.

Government stores may accept credit or debit cards from consumers and licensees for the purchase of alcoholic beverages. The board may establish policies to set purchase requirements, determine the credit or debit cards that will be accepted, provide for the collection of related fees, penalties or service charges where appropriate, establish credit procedures for returned merchandise and make any other decisions to carry out the purpose of this chapter.

Statutory Authority

§§ 4.1-103, 4.1-111 and 4.1-119 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR125-01-7 § 17, eff. December 12, 1985; amended, Virginia Register Volume 3, Issue 1, eff. November 12, 1986; Volume 5, Issue 2, eff. November 24, 1988; Volume 6, Issue 2, eff. November 23, 1989; Volume 7, Issue 4, eff. December 19, 1990; Volume 8, Issue 6, eff. January 15, 1992; Volume 9, Issue 6, eff. January 13, 1993; Volume 10, Issue 11, eff. March 23, 1994; Volume 17, Issue 10, eff. February 8, 2001.

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