Code of Virginia

Code of Virginia
Title 59.1. Trade and Commerce

Chapter 42. Fingerprinting in Connection with Business Transaction.

§ 59.1-478. Fingerprinting in connection with business, commercial or financial transaction.

Whenever any person requires another to furnish a fingerprint or fingerprints in conjunction with any business, commercial or financial transaction, unless the parties otherwise agree, within twenty-one days of the transaction's completion or termination the original record of such prints and all copies of such prints, including electronic or facsimile copies shall be (i) returned to the person providing such prints or (ii) destroyed by the person requiring and obtaining such prints.

The provisions of this section shall not apply in the case of fingerprints affixed to instruments governed by Titles 8.3A and 8.4.

1999, c. 715.

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