2006 Code of Virginia § 13.1-605 - Issuance of certificate by Commission; recordation of documents
13.1-605. Issuance of certificate by Commission; recordation of documents.
A. Whenever this chapter conditions the effectiveness of a document upon theissuance of a certificate by the Commission to evidence the effectiveness ofthe document, the Commission shall by order issue the certificate if it findsthat the document complies with the requirements of law and that all requiredfees have been paid. The Commission shall admit any such certificate torecord in its office.
B. Whenever the Commission is directed to admit any document to record in itsoffice, it shall cause it to be spread upon its record books or to berecorded or reproduced in any other manner the Commission may deem suitable.Except as otherwise provided by law, the Commission may furnish informationfrom and provide access to any of its records by any means the Commission maydeem suitable.
(Code 1950, 13.1-126; 1956, c. 428; 1982, c. 375; 1984, c. 295; 1985, c.522; 1986, c. 231; 1987, c. 183; 1988, c. 405; 1989, c. 152.)
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