It shall be unlawful for any electrical supply company to furnish electrical power to any building or structure covered by this chapter until it has been verified that a building permit has been issued for the structure in question or that none was required and that all necessary inspections have been completed or that none were required.
Any electrical power supply company found guilty of a violation hereof shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished as provided in § 36-106 of the Code of Virginia.
Upon application, electrical service shall be allowed to any tract or parcel of land that meets the minimum qualifications for land use determination pursuant to Chapter 105, Taxation, Article III, of the Code of Page County, without requirement for an approved sewage disposal system located upon or serving said tract or parcel of land. Electrical service shall not be provided to any building larger in dimensions than six feet by eight feet without an approved sewage disposal system by the Local Health Department serving said tract or parcel of land upon which the building is located or unless such building is used primarily as an accessory building to operation engaged in agriculture, as defined in Chapter 125, Zoning, and on real estate that meets the minimum qualifications for land use determination pursuant to Chapter 105, Taxation, Article III, of the Code of Page County.
Other rules and regulations necessary for the enforcement of the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code may be promulgated by the Building Official, with the concurrence of the Board of Supervisors.