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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 5. Corporations
Agency 5. State Corporation Commission, Clerk's Office

Chapter 20. State Corporation Commission Rules of Practice and ProcedureRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Good faith pleading and practice
Section 30
Section 40
Photographs and broadcasting of proceedings
Section 50
Consultation by parties with commissioners and hearing examiners
Section 60
Commission staff
Section 70
Informal complaints
Section 80
Regulatory proceedings
Section 90
Adjudicatory proceedings
Section 100
Other proceedings
Section 110
Section 120
Procedure before hearing examiners
Section 130
Amendment of pleadings
Section 140
Filing and service
Section 150
Copies and format
Section 160
Memorandum of completeness
Section 170
Confidential information
Section 180
Official transcript of hearing
Section 190
Rules of evidence
Section 200
Section 210
Oral argument
Section 220
Petition for rehearing or reconsideration
Section 230
Extension of time
Section 240
Prepared testimony and exhibits
Section 250
Process, witnesses, and production of documents and things
Section 260
Interrogatories or requests for production of documents and things
Section 270
Hearing preparation
Section 280
Discovery applicable only to 5VAC5-20-90 proceedings

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