§ 15.2-2289

Localities may provide by ordinance for disclosure of real parties in interest

In addition to the powers granted by this chapter, localities may provide by ordinance that the local planning commission, governing body or zoning appeals board may require any applicant for a special exception, or a special use permit, amendment to the zoning ordinance or variance to make complete disclosure of the equitable ownership of the real estate to be affected including, in the case of corporate ownership, the name of stockholders, officers and directors and in any case the names and addresses of all of the real parties of interest. However, the requirement of listing names of stockholders, officers and directors shall not apply to a corporation whose stock is traded on a national or local stock exchange and having more than 500 shareholders. In the case of a condominium, the requirement shall apply only to the title owner, contract purchaser, or lessee if they own 10% or more of the units in the condominium.


1970, c. 573, § 15.1-486.1; 1975, cc. 575, 641; 1976, c. 370; 1980, c. 604; 1986, c. 173; 1988, c. 408; 1989, cc. 25, 232; 1992, c. 596; 1993, c. 288; 1994, c. 192; 1997, c. 587; 2006, cc. 9, 317.


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