The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 3558. Entry into compact and withdrawal-Article VII
(a) This compact shall become effective when it has been adopted by at least two jurisdictions.
(b)(1) Entry into the compact shall be made by a Resolution of Ratification executed by the authorized officials of the applying jurisdiction and submitted to the Chairman of the Board.
(2) The resolution shall be in a form and content as provided in the Compact Manual and shall include statements that in substance are as follows:
(i) a citation of the authority by which the jurisdiction is empowered to become a party to this compact;
(ii) agreement to comply with the terms and provisions of the compact;
(iii) that compact entry is with all jurisdictions then party to the compact and with any jurisdiction that legally becomes a party to the compact.
(3) The effective date of entry shall be specified by the applying jurisdiction, but it shall not be less than 60 days after notice has been given by the Chairman of the Board of Compact Administrators or by the secretariat of the Board to each party jurisdiction that the resolution from the applying jurisdiction has been received.
(c) A party jurisdiction may withdraw from this compact by official written notice to the other party jurisdictions, but a withdrawal shall not take effect until 90 days after notice of withdrawal is given. The notice shall be directed to the compact administrator of each member jurisdiction. No withdrawal shall affect the validity of this compact as to the remaining party jurisdictions. (Added 1985, No. 84, § 1.)