Examples of Va. Code in a sentence
Pursuant to Va. Code § 58.1-609.1, the County is exempt from Virginia State Sales or Use Taxes and Federal Excise Tax, therefore the Contractor shall not charge the County for Virginia State Sales or Use Taxes or Federal Excise Tax on the finished goods or products provided under the Contract.
No administrative appeals procedure pursuant to Section 2.2 - 4365 of the Va. Code has been established for contractual claims under this Contract.
The provisions, requirements, and prohibitions as contained in Sections 2.2–4367 through 2.2-4377, of the Va. Code, pertaining to bidders, offerors, contractors, and subcontractors are applicable to this Contract.
The decision of the City Manager shall be final and conclusive unless the Contractor within six (6) months of the date of the final decision on a claim or from expiration of the 120 day time limit, whichever occurs first, initiates legal action as provided in Section 2.2 - 4364, of the Va. Code.
These laws and regulations include, but are not limited to: (1) HIPAA – 42 USC 201, et seq., and 45 CFR Parts 160 and 164; and (2) Va Code – Title 32.1, Health, § 32.1-1 et seq.
This includes records or information that have not been properly designated as trade secret or proprietary information pursuant to Va. Code Ann.
To withdraw a bid after bid opening due to error, a bidder must satisfy the substantive requirements of Va. Code §2.2-4330.
Pursuant to City Code § 21-5(f) (Va. Code § 2.2-4342(F)), trade secrets or proprietary information submitted by a bidder in connection with this procurement transaction shall not be subject to the Virginia Freedom of Information Act, provided that the bidder (i) invokes the protections of this section prior to or upon submission of the data or other materials, (ii) identifies the data or other materials to be protected, and (iii) states the reasons why protection is necessary.
Section 18.2-370.4 no person shall perform any part of the Work on the property of an existing elementary or secondary school who has been convicted of rape, forcible sodomy or object sexual penetration, all of a child under 13, during the commission of abduction, in the course of entering a dwelling with intent to commit murder, rape, robbery, arson, larceny, assault and battery, or any felony, or of aggravated malicious wounding; and (iii) as more particularly set forth in Va. Code Ann.
Virginia’s Voluntary Environmental Assessment Privilege Law, Va. Code Sec.