Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
5/22/2024

Part III. Manufacturers

18VAC110-50-150. Good manufacturing practices.

A. The Good Manufacturing Practice for Finished Pharmaceuticals regulations set forth in 21 CFR Part 211 are adopted by reference.

B. Each manufacturer or nonresident manufacturer of drugs shall comply with the requirements set forth in the federal regulations referred to in subsection A of this section.

Statutory Authority

§§ 54.1-2400 and 54.1-3307 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 22, Issue 24, eff. September 6, 2006; amended, Virginia Register Volume 33, Issue 19, eff. June 29, 2017.

18VAC110-50-160. (Repealed.)

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 24, Issue 10, eff. February 20, 2008; repealed, Virginia Register Volume 33, Issue 19, eff. June 29, 2017.

18VAC110-50-170. (Repealed.)

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 24, Issue 10, eff. February 20, 2008; repealed, Virginia Register Volume 33, Issue 19, eff. June 29, 2017.

18VAC110-50-180. (Repealed.)

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 24, Issue 10, eff. February 20, 2008; repealed, Virginia Register Volume 33, Issue 19, eff. June 29, 2017.

18VAC110-50-190. (Repealed.)

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 24, Issue 10, eff. February 20, 2008; repealed, Virginia Register Volume 33, Issue 19, eff. June 29, 2017.

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