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Code of Virginia
Title 2.2. Administration of Government
6/18/2018

Chapter 8. Department of AccountsRead Chapter

  • Article 1. General ProvisionsRead all
  • § 2.2-800
    Department of Accounts created; appointment of Comptroller; oath
    § 2.2-801
    Comptroller to appoint administrative assistants, etc.
    § 2.2-802
    General accounting and clearance through Comptroller
    § 2.2-803
    Financial accounting and control
    § 2.2-803.1
    Processing of payroll and other transactions by certain institutions of higher education
    § 2.2-804
    Recovery of certain improper payments to state officers and employees
    § 2.2-805
    Fiscal year
    § 2.2-806
    Reports and payments by city and county treasurers, and clerks of court; deposits of state income tax payments
    § 2.2-807
    Monthly reports of state departments, divisions, etc., receiving public funds
    § 2.2-808
    Collection of delinquent taxes
    § 2.2-809
    When accounts on Comptroller's books to be balanced; general ledger of accounts
    § 2.2-810
    Judges and clerks to certify to Supreme Court lists of all allowances made by courts
    § 2.2-811
    Cancellation of state bonds received in settlement of claims
    § 2.2-812
    What Comptroller may do with old books and papers
    § 2.2-813
    Annual report of Comptroller to Governor
    § 2.2-813.1
    Biannual disclosure by Comptroller of revenue sources collected
    § 2.2-813.2
    Biannual disclosure by Comptroller of other obligations of the Commonwealth
  • Article 2. Claims Against CommonwealthRead all
  • § 2.2-814
    To whom claims presented; Comptroller to furnish forms
    § 2.2-815
    Claims to be examined and forwarded to Comptroller; what Comptroller may allow
    § 2.2-816
    When Comptroller may refer claim to Governor