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Virginia Code Title 19.2. Criminal Procedure § 19.2-8. Limitation of prosecutions

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(a) To qualify for a homesite entry permit, an applicant shall

(1) at the time of application have attained the age of 18;

(2) submit proof acceptable to the commissioner that the applicant is a resident of the state at the time of application, and that the applicant has been a resident of the state for not less than one year immediately preceding the date the application was submitted;

(3) agree to comply with the requirements for obtaining a patent to land set out under AS 38.08.060.

(b) Fees for filing an application may not exceed $25.

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