Suspension Of Licenses For Unsatisfied Judgments And After Certain Accidents

This is Article 13 of the Code of Virginia, titled “Suspension Of Licenses For Unsatisfied Judgments And After Certain Accidents.” It is part of Title 46.2, titled “Motor Vehicles.” It is part of Subtitle II, titled “Titling, Registration And Licensure.” It is part of Chapter 3, titled “Licensure Of Drivers.” It’s comprised of the following 13 sections.

§ 46.2-417
Suspension for failure to satisfy motor vehicle accident judgment; exceptions; insurance in liquidated company; insurer obligated to pay judgment
§ 46.2-418
Nonpayment of judgments of Virginia and other states
§ 46.2-419
When judgment satisfied
§ 46.2-420
Order for payment of judgment in installments
§ 46.2-421
Effect of order for such payment and proof of financial responsibility
§ 46.2-422
Suspension on failure to pay installments
§ 46.2-423
Creditor's consent to license notwithstanding default in payment
§ 46.2-424
Duty of insurance carrier after notice of accident; report of omissions by insurers to State Corporation Commission; investigation and assessment for omissions
§ 46.2-425
Driver or owner having no license issued by Department
§ 46.2-426
Custody and application of cash or securities deposited; limitation of actions; assignment
§ 46.2-427
When suspensions to remain effective; relief from furnishing proof of financial responsibility; prohibition against registration in name of another person
§ 46.2-428
Commonwealth responsible for deposits
§ 46.2-429
Release of deposits only upon consent of Commissioner