§18-7A-38. Maximum number of days a retired teacher may accept employment; calculating days worked for retirants engaged in substitute teaching.
CHAPTER 18A. SCHOOL PERSONNEL.
ARTICLE 2. SCHOOL PERSONNEL.
§18A-2-3. Employment of substitute teachers and retired teachers as substitutes in areas of critical need and shortage; employment of prospective employable professional personnel.
ARTICLE 4. UNDERWOOD-SMITH TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.
§18C-4-2. Selection criteria and procedures.
§17-16A-11. Parkway revenue bonds--West Virginia turnpike; related projects.
the surplus lines insurer with which the insurance is to be placed is not an admitted authorized insurer in this state and is not subject to the commissioner's supervision; and,
in the event the surplus lines insurance becomes insolvent, claims will not be paid nor will unearned premiums be returned by any West Virginia insurance guaranty fund.';
§18-5-22b. Providing for self-administration of asthma medication; definitions; conditions; indemnity from liability; rules.
§18-2E-3f. Special demonstration professional development school project for improving academic achievement.
§11-5-12. Mobile homes situate upon property owned by a person other than owner of mobile home.
ARTICLE 3. ORIGINAL AND RENEWAL OF REGISTRATION; ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES OF TITLE.
§17A-3-4. Application for certificate of title; tax for privilege of certification of title; exceptions; fee on payments for leased vehicles; penalty for false swearing.
§17A-3-12b. Canceled certificates of title for certain mobile and manufactured homes.
§7-1-3ff. Authority of county commission to enact ordinances regulating the repair, alteration, improvement, vacating, closing, removal or demolition of unsafe or unsanitary structures and the clearance and removal of refuse, debris, overgrown vegetation, toxic spills or toxic seepage on private land; authority to create enforcement agency; procedure for complaints; promulgation of rules governing investigation and hearing of complaints; remedies for failure to comply with commission-ordered repairs or alterations; lien and sale of land to recover costs; entry on land to perform repairs and alterations or to satisfy lien; receipt of grants and subsidies.
ARTICLE 7. LAW ENFORCEMENT, MOTORBOATING, LITTER.
§20-7-25. West Virginia litter control and recycling programs; additional duties of director; grants to counties and municipalities; and regulations relating thereto.
§17A-3-2. Every motor vehicle, etc., subject to registration and certificate of title provisions; exceptions.
ARTICLE 6. LICENSING OF DEALERS AND WRECKERS OR DISMANTLERS; SPECIAL PLATES; TEMPORARY PLATES OR MARKERS.
§17A-6-3. License certificate required; engaging in more than one business; established place of business required; civil penalties.
§17A-6-18. Investigation; matters confidential; grounds for suspending or revoking license or imposing fine; suspension and revocation generally.
ARTICLE 2E. WEST VIRGINIA TOURISM DEVELOPMENT ACT.
§5B-2E-1. West Virginia Tourism Development Act.
§5B-2E-5. Tourism development project application; evaluation standards; consulting services; preliminary and final approval of projects; limitation of amount annual tourism development project tax credit.
§5B-2E-6. Agreement between development office and approved company.
§5B-2E-8. Forfeiture of unused tax credits; credit recapture; recapture tax imposed; information required to be submitted annually to development office; transfer of tax credits to successors.
§11-12-5. Time for which registration certificate granted; power of tax commissioner to suspend or cancel certificate; refusal to renew.
ARTICLE 1. ACCRUAL AND COLLECTION OF TAXES.
§11A-1-7. No collection of current taxes until delinquent taxes are paid.
ARTICLE 2. DELINQUENCY AND METHODS OF ENFORCING PAYMENT.
§11A-2-11. Delinquent lists; oath.
§22-25-1. Short title; legislative findings.
§22-25-3. Waters claimed by state; water resources protection survey; need for study; registration requirements; agency cooperation; information gathering.
§22-25-5. Joint legislative oversight commission on state water resources.
ARTICLE 4. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION.
§18B-4-7. Accreditation of institutions of higher education; standards for degrees.
§18B-4-9. Recognizing the value of competitive sports and establishing limitations and process precedent to their elimination.
ARTICLE 5. HIGHER EDUCATION BUDGETS AND EXPENDITURES.
§18B-5-4. Purchase or acquisition of materials, supplies, equipment, services and printing.
ARTICLE 9. CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE SALARY SCHEDULE AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM.
ARTICLE 10. FEES AND OTHER MONEY COLLECTED AT STATE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
§18B-10-1. Enrollment, tuition and other fees at education institutions; refund of fees.
§18B-10-4b. Additional fee waivers for health sciences and technology academy programs.
§18B-10-7a. Tuition and fee waivers or adjustments for residents at least sixty-five years old.
§18B-10-8. Collection; disposition and use of capital and auxiliary capital fees; creation of special capital and auxiliary capital improvements funds; revenue bonds.
(1) The acquisition of land or any rights or interest therein; (2) The construction or acquisition of new buildings;
§18B-10-9. Authority to excuse students in certain educational programs from payment of enrollment fees.
§18B-10-13. Fees from operation of dormitories, faculty homes, dining halls and cafeterias.
§18B-10-15. Authority of educational institutions to provide special services and programs; collection and disposition of fees therefor.
ARTICLE 3. HEALTH PROFESSIONALS STUDENT LOAN PROGRAMS.
§18C-3-1. Health education loan program; establishment; administration; eligibility and loan cancellation; required report.
§17F-1-2.Information obtained by law-enforcement officers during a traffic stop.
ARTICLE 2. ANALYSIS OF TRAFFIC STOPS STUDY AND ANNUAL REPORT BY DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON CRIME, DELINQUENCY AND CORRECTION.
§17F-2-2. Law-enforcement agency traffic stops data collection and submission.
§17F-2-3. Analysis of traffic stop statistics, annual report and legislative rules.
§61-3-20a. Embezzlement by misuse of power of attorney or other fiduciary relationship; penalty.
ARTICLE 3. SURFACE COAL MINING AND RECLAMATION ACT.
§22-3-33. Quality assurance and compliance advisory committee.
ARTICLE 7A. STATE TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYSTEM.
§18-7A-17. Statement and computation of teachers' service; qualified military service.
ARTICLE 15. HOUSE TRAILERS, MOBILE HOMES, MANUFACTURED HOMES AND MODULAR HOMES.
(1) Is reasonably related to the purpose for which it is adopted;
ARTICLE3B. REMEDIES FOR WRONGFUL OCCUPATION OF FACTORY-BUILT HOME SITE.
§55-3B-4. Petition for summary relief for wrongful occupation of residential rental property.
(B) The landlord has good cause; and
§55-3B-6. Proceedings in court; final order; disposition of abandoned personal property.
"§17C-17-8a. Tandem-axle load limit for the national system of interstate and defense highways.
§17C-17-9. Gross weight of vehicles and loads for the national system of interstate and defense highways.
|Distance in feet between the extremes of any groups of two or more consecutive||Maximum load in pounds carried on any group of two or more consecutive axles|
§17C-17A-12. Designating special coal resource transportation roads, highways and bridges.
CHAPTER 22. ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES.
§22-11-7b. Water quality standards; implementation of antidegradation procedures.
§22B-3-2. Authority of board; additional definitions.
§5A-4-5a. Construction of parking garage for general public; creation of fund.
§29-22A-10. Accounting and reporting; commission to provide communications protocol data; distribution of net terminal income; remittance through electronic transfer of funds; establishment of accounts and nonpayment penalties; commission control of accounting for net terminal income; settlement of accounts; manual reporting and payment may be required; request for reports; examination of accounts and records.
ARTICLE 2. AUTHORIZATION FOR DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION TO PROMULGATE LEGISLATIVE RULES.
§64-10-4. Manufactured housing construction and safety standards board.
§17A-3-14. Registration plates generally; description of plates; issuance of special numbers and plates; registration fees; special application fees; exemptions; commissioner to promulgate forms; suspension and nonrenewal.
§12-7-4. Jobs investment trust board; composition; appointment, term of private members; chairman; quorum.
§12-7-8a. New millennium fund; new millennium fund promissory notes; nonincentive tax credits; rulemaking.
§12-7-11. Documentary materials concerning trade secrets; commercial, financial, or personal information; confidentiality.
§5A-7-4a. Payment of legitimate uncontested invoices for telecommunications services; procedures and powers of the information and communications division and secretary of administration.
§8-13C-5a. Credit for sales tax paid to another municipality.
§8-13C-6. Notification to tax commissioner; responsibilities of tax commissioner; application of state tax law.
§8-13C-7. Municipal sales and service tax and use tax fund; deposit and remittance of collections.
§8-13C-11. Additional requirements for authority to impose certain taxes.
ARTICLE 9. CRIMES AND PENALTIES.
§11-9-5. Failure to account for and pay over another's tax.
§11-9-6. Failure to collect or withhold tax.
§11-9-8. Willful failure to maintain records or supply information; misuse of exemption certificate.
§11-9-10. Attempt to evade tax.
§61-2-30. Recognizing a fetus as a distinct victim of certain crimes of violence against the person.
ARTICLE 2A. CRIMES AGAINST A PREGNANT FEMALE OR HER EMBRYO OR FETUS.
§61-2A-4. Enhanced penalties for violent acts against a pregnant female carrying embryo or non-viable fetus.
§61-2A-5. Recognizing a viable fetus as a distinct victim of certain crimes of violence against the person.
§2-1-3. English designated as official state language; instruction in English language.
§18-2E-3f. Building the basics early childhood curriculum; legislative findings; state board rule.