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Secretary of the Commonwealth - Daniel G. LeBlanc


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Seals of the Commonwealth

Pursuant to Section 2.2-402 of the Code of Virginia, the Secretary of the Commonwealth shall be the keeper of the seals of the Commonwealth.

Section 7.1-31.1 of the Code of Virginia provides that the seals of the Commonwealth are deemed the property of the Commonwealth; and no persons shall exhibit, display, or in any manner utilize the seals or any facsimile or representation of the seals of the Commonwealth for nongovernmental purposes unless such use is specifically authorized.

Pursuant to Section 2.2-122 of the Code of Virginia, the seals of the Commonwealth may be authorized for commercial purposes upon a finding that such use promotes an appropriate image of the Commonwealth, its heritage and its history, and that such use is carried out in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth. An individual shall be deemed qualified to protect and promote the image of the Commonwealth if it holds licenses to produce products associated with museums and sites of major historical importance in the Commonwealth.

All inquiries into the use of the seals of the Commonwealth of Virginia shall be directed to:

Bernard Henderson, Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth
Post Office Box 2454
Richmond, Virginia 23218-2454
(804) 692-0112

Frequently Asked Questions about the Use of the Seals of the Commonwealth

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Secretary of the Commonwealth - Daniel G. LeBlanc
Copyright 2006


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