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Prior to the placement of a child for adoption, the licensed child-placing agency or local board having custody of the child shall provide an explanation of the adoption process to the birth mother and, if reasonably available, the man who is an acknowledged father pursuant to § 20-49.1, an adjudicated father pursuant to § 20-49.8, a presumed father pursuant to § 63.2-1202, or a putative father who has registered with the Virginia Birth Father Registry pursuant to Article 7 (§ 63.2-1249 et seq.) of this chapter.
(a) A public recreational use easement may be created for the purposes of AS 09.65.202 by recording the grant of the easement in the recorder's office for the recording district where the land affected by the easement is located. The grant of the public recreational use easement must
(1) be on a form provided by the Department of Natural Resources;
(2) identify the land affected;
(3) set out restrictions, conditions, or reservations affecting the easement, including terms addressing duration or termination of the easement, if any; and
(4) state that the purpose of the easement is to make the land available for public recreational activity.
(b) The easement granted under (a) of this section may be a conservation easement under AS 34.17.010--34.17.060 (Uniform Conservation Easement Act).
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Virginia Code Title 63.2. Welfare (Social Services) § 63.2-1224. Explanation of process, legal effects of adoption required - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/va/title-63-2-welfare-social-services/va-code-sect-63-2-1224/
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