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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board
8/11/2020

Chapter 770. Virginia Financial Responsibility Requirements for Mitigation Associated with Tidal Dredging ProjectsRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Applicability
Section 30
Compliance date
Section 40
Revocation or suspensions
Section 50
Forfeitures
Section 60
Transfer of permit
Section 70
Compensatory mitigation requirements
Section 80
Cost estimates for in-lieu fee fund donations and mitigation bank credit purchases
Section 90
Cost estimate for compensatory mitigation activities other than in-lieu fee fund donations or mitiga
Section 100
Payment of in-lieu fee fund donations and mitigation bank credit purchases
Section 110
Allowable financial mechanisms for compensatory mitigation activities other than in-lieu fee fund do
Section 120
Surety bond
Section 130
Letter of credit
Section 140
Certificate of deposit
Section 150
Federal documentation
Section 160
Release of permittee from the financial responsibility requirements
Section 170
Incapacity of Financial Providers, permittees
Section 180
Delegation of authority
Section 190
Wording of the instruments

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