Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code

Part III. Fees

6VAC40-30-80. Fees.

For presumptive chemical tests, manufacturers shall pay the actual cost of each street drug preparation and will be charged a fee of $50 for each drug for which individual evaluation is requested. For presumptive mobile instruments, manufacturers shall pay the actual cost of each street drug preparation and a fee of $2,500 for each model of the presumptive mobile instrument for which evaluation is requested. The department will review the manufacturer's request and notify the manufacturer in writing of the amount due before the evaluation begins. Manufacturers who wish to withdraw a request for evaluation shall immediately notify the department in writing. The department's assessment of the amount of payment required will be based upon a detailed review of the manufacturer's request, and that amount will be final. The evaluation process will not be initiated before full payment is made to the Treasurer of Virginia.

Statutory Authority

§ 9.1-1110 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Former 1VAC30-90-30 derived from VR330-05-01 § 3, eff. April 8, 1992; amended and adopted as 6VAC20-220-80, Virginia Register Volume 20, Issue 4, eff. December 3, 2003; amended and renumbered as 6VAC40-30-80, Virginia Register Volume 22, Issue 10, eff. February 22, 2006; Volume 30, Issue 6, eff. January 3, 2014; Volume 37, Issue 1, eff. October 1, 2020.

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