Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
5/28/2022

Chapter 40. Administration of the Office of the Clerk of the Commission

5VAC5-40-10. Fees to be charged by the commission.

A. The Office of the Clerk shall charge and collect a fee of $6.00 for each certificate of fact provided pursuant to § 12.1-20 of the Code of Virginia.

B. The commission shall charge and collect for furnishing a paper copy of any document or any information from its records a fee as set forth in this subsection.

1. If the number of pages is 25 or fewer, no charge.

2. If the number of pages is between 26 and 50, $10.

3. If the number of pages is 51 or more, $20.

If the commission receives two or more requests for copies of documents or information that it reasonably believes are intended to evade the payment of the charge for furnishing a copy, the requests may be aggregated and treated as a single request.

C. For certifying a paper copy, the commission shall charge and collect $6.00 for the certificate and affixing thereto the seal of the commission or a facsimile thereof.

D. The commission may charge and collect reasonable fees:

1. For providing records from a computer database, an electronic data processing system, or any other structured collection of data; or

2. For abstracting or summarizing data or creating a record that does not already exist, if the commission chooses to fulfill a request for same.

Statutory Authority

§§ 8.9A-526 and 12.1-13 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 26, Issue 23, eff. July 1, 2010; amended, Virginia Register Volume 34, Issue 9, eff. December 1, 2017.

5VAC5-40-20. Assessment of limited liability companies.

Each year, the commission shall ascertain from its records each domestic limited liability company and each foreign limited liability company registered to transact business in the Commonwealth, as of the first day of the second month preceding the month in which it was organized or registered to transact business in the Commonwealth, and shall assess against each such limited liability company the annual registration fee imposed in subsection A of § 13.1-1062 of the Code of Virginia, and, except as provided in subsection C of § 13.1-1062, that each such limited liability company shall pay the assessment due into the state treasury on or before the last day of the 12th month next succeeding the month in which it was organized or registered to transact business in the Commonwealth, and by such date in each year thereafter; provided that the initial annual registration fee to be paid by a domestic limited liability company created by conversion shall be due in the year after the calendar year in which it converted.

Each limited liability company will be sent a notice of assessment approximately two months prior to its anniversary month of formation or registration. The assessment payment is due by the last day of the anniversary month of formation or registration. For example, a limited liability company with an anniversary month of formation or registration of July will be assessed an annual registration fee on the preceding May 1, and payment of the fee will be due on or before July 31.

Statutory Authority

§ 13.1-1062 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 26, Issue 24, eff. August 1, 2010; amended, Virginia Register Volume 27, Issue 16, eff. April 30, 2011.

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