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Code of Virginia
Title 54.1. Professions and Occupations
2/21/2018

Title 54.1. Professions and Occupations (2017 Updates)

  • Subtitle I. General Provisions Relating to Regulatory Boards
  • Chapter 1. General Provisions
    • § 54.1-104
      Suspension of license, certificate, registration, permit, or authority for dishonor of fee payment; reinstatement
      § 54.1-105
      Majority of board or panel required to suspend or revoke license, certificate, registration, permit, or multistate licensure privilege; imposition of sanctions
      § 54.1-106
      Health care professionals rendering services to patients of certain clinics and administrators of such services exempt from liability
      § 54.1-108
      Disclosure of official records
      § 54.1-111
      Unlawful acts; prosecution; proceedings in equity; civil penalty
      § 54.1-113
      Regulatory boards to adjust fees; certain transfer of moneys collected on behalf of health regulatory boards prohibited
  • Subtitle II. Professions and Occupations Regulated by the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation and Boards within the Department
  • Chapter 5. Asbestos, Lead, and Home Inspection Contractors and Workers
    • Article 2. Home Inspectors
    • § 54.1-517.2:1
      Home inspection; required statement related to the presence of yellow shaded corrugated stainless steel tubing
  • Chapter 7. Barbers and Cosmetologists
  • Chapter 11. Contractors
    • Article 1. Regulation of Contractors
    • § 54.1-1101
      Exemptions; failure to obtain certificate of occupancy; penalties
      § 54.1-1102
      Board for Contractors membership; offices; meetings; seal; record
      § 54.1-1106
      Application for Class A license; fees; examination; issuance
      § 54.1-1108
      Application for Class B license; fees; examination; issuance
      § 54.1-1109
      Expiration and renewal of license or certificate
      § 54.1-1115.01
      Responsibility for contracting with persons lacking the proper credential
    • Article 2. Virginia Contractor Transaction Recovery Act
    • § 54.1-1120.1
      Recovery on bond
      § 54.1-1122
      Consideration of applications for payment
      § 54.1-1123
      Limitations upon recovery from Fund; certain actions not a bar to recovery
  • Chapter 20.1. Real Estate Appraisers
  • Chapter 20.2. Real Estate Appraisal Management Companies
  • Chapter 21. Real Estate Brokers, Sales Persons and Rental Location Agents
    • Article 1. Regulation of Real Estate Brokers, Salespersons and Rental Location Agents
    • § 54.1-2108.1
      Protection of escrow funds, etc., held by a real estate broker in the event of foreclosure of real property; required deposits
  • Chapter 23.1. Cemetery Operators, Perpetual Care Trust Funds and Preneed Burial Contracts
    • § 54.1-2322
      Use of income from perpetual care trust fund; distributions
      § 54.1-2324
      Financial report and report of independent certified public accountant required for perpetual care trust funds
  • Chapter 23.3. Common Interest Communities
  • Subtitle III. Professions and Occupations Regulated by Boards within the Department of Health Professions
  • Chapter 24. General Provisions
    • § 54.1-2400
      General powers and duties of health regulatory boards
      § 54.1-2400.01:2
      Ophthalmic prescription defined; who may provide ophthalmic prescriptions
      § 54.1-2400.1
      Mental health service providers; duty to protect third parties; immunity
      § 54.1-2400.2
      Confidentiality of information obtained during an investigation or disciplinary proceeding; penalty
      § 54.1-2400.6
      Hospitals, other health care institutions, home health and hospice organizations, and assisted living facilities required to report disciplinary actions against and certain disorders of health professionals; immunity from liability; failure to report
      § 54.1-2400.9
      Reporting disabilities of drivers
      § 54.1-2401
      Monetary penalty
      § 54.1-2403
      Certain advertising prohibited
      § 54.1-2408.2
      Minimum period for reinstatement after revocation
      § 54.1-2409.1
      Criminal penalties for practicing certain professions and occupations without appropriate licensure, certificate, etc.
  • Chapter 25.1. Health Practitioners' Monitoring Program
    • § 54.1-2517
      Health Practitioners' Monitoring Program Committee; certain meetings, decisions to be excepted from the Freedom of Information Act; confidentiality of records; immunity from liability
  • Chapter 25.2. Prescription Monitoring Program
    • § 54.1-2522.1
      (Effective until July 1, 2022) Requirements of prescribers
      § 54.1-2523
      Confidentiality of data; disclosure of information; discretionary authority of Director
  • Chapter 27. Dentistry
    • Article 1. Board of Dentistry
    • § 54.1-2708.4
      Board to adopt regulations related to prescribing of opioids
    • Article 3. Licensure of Dental Hygienists
    • § 54.1-2722
      License; application; qualifications; practice of dental hygiene
  • Chapter 28. Funeral Services
    • Article 3. Licensure of the Practice of Funeral Service, Funeral Directors and Embalmers
    • § 54.1-2818.5
      Request for life insurance information; notification of beneficiaries
  • Chapter 29. Medicine and Other Healing Arts
    • Article 2. Board of Medicine
    • § 54.1-2915
      Unprofessional conduct; grounds for refusal or disciplinary action
      § 54.1-2928.2
      Board to adopt regulations related to prescribing of opioids and buprenorphine
    • Article 3. Licensure of Physicians of Medicine and Osteopathic Medicine, Chiropractors, and Podiatrists
    • § 54.1-2930
      Requirements for licensure
    • Article 4. Licensure and Certification of Other Practitioners of the Healing Arts
    • § 54.1-2957.19
      Genetic counseling; regulation of the practice; license required; licensure; temporary license
    • Article 6. General Standards of Practice
    • § 54.1-2973.1
      Practice of laser hair removal
    • Article 10. Direct Primary Care Agreements
    • § 54.1-2997
      Direct primary care agreements
      § 54.1-2998
      Direct primary care agreement requirements; disclosures; disclaimer
  • Chapter 30. Nursing
    • Article 1. Board of Nursing
    • § 54.1-3005
      Specific powers and duties of Board
  • Chapter 33. Pharmacy
    • Article 1. General Provisions
    • § 54.1-3303
      Prescriptions to be issued and drugs to be dispensed for medical or therapeutic purposes only
  • Chapter 34. Drug Control Act
    • Article 1. General Provisions
    • § 54.1-3401
      (Effective until July 1, 2020) Definitions
      § 54.1-3408
      Professional use by practitioners
      § 54.1-3408.02
      (Effective until July 1, 2020) Transmission of prescriptions
      § 54.1-3408.05
      Use of FDA-approved substance upon publication of final rule
      § 54.1-3408.3
      Certification for use of cannabidiol oil or THC-A oil to treat intractable epilepsy
      § 54.1-3408.4
      (Expires July 1, 2022) Prescription of buprenorphine without naloxone; limitation
      § 54.1-3410
      When pharmacist may sell and dispense drugs
      § 54.1-3411.2:1
      Guidelines for disposal of unused drugs
      § 54.1-3423
      Board to issue registration unless inconsistent with public interest; authorization to conduct research; application and fees
    • Article 4.2. Permitting of Pharmaceutical Processors to Produce and Dispense Cannabidiol Oil and Thc-A Oil
    • § 54.1-3442.5
      Definitions
      § 54.1-3442.6
      Permit to operate pharmaceutical processor
      § 54.1-3442.7
      Dispensing cannabidiol oil and THC-A oil; report
      § 54.1-3442.8
      Criminal liability; exceptions
    • Article 7. Controlled Paraphernalia
    • § 54.1-3467
      Distribution of hypodermic needles or syringes, gelatin capsules, quinine or any of its salts
  • Subtitle IV. Professions Regulated by the Supreme Court
  • Chapter 39. Attorneys
    • Article 6. Revocation or Suspension of Licenses; Disbarment Proceedings
    • § 54.1-3935
      Procedure for disciplining attorneys by three-judge circuit court
  • Subtitle VI. Professions Regulated by Other Entities