California Board of Accountancy

Index to Selected Relevant Provisions Of Other California Codes


 

Business & Professions Code

 

Sections

 
 
7.5.
Conviction of a Crime.
 
 
12.5.
Citations -- Violation of regulations.
 
 
14.1.
Man or Men as Person or Persons.
 
 
22.
"Board" Defined.
 
 
23.6.
"Appointing Power" Defined.
 
 
23.7.
"License" Defined.
 
 
27.
Information Regarding License Status and Enforcement Actions on the Internet.
 
 
29.5.
Family Support Orders.
 
 
30.
Social Security Numbers.
 
 
31.
Failure to Comply.
 

DIVISION 1 - DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS

Sections

The Department.

 
 
100.
The Department.
 
 
101.
Department Composition.
 
 
101.1.
Legislative Intent.
 
 
101.6.
Purpose.
 
 
101.7.
Board Member Meetings
 
 
103.
Board Members -- Compensation.
 
 
105.
Board Member Oath.
 
 
105.5.
Board Member Tenure.
 
 
106.
Removal of Board Members.
 
 
106.5.
Removal of Board Members for Disclosure of Exam Questions.
 
 
107.
Appointment of Executive Officer.
 
 
107.5.
Board Seal.
 
 
108.
Functions of Boards.
 
 
108.5.
Witness Fees.
 
 
109.
Finality of Board Decisions.
 
 
110.
Department Possession and Control.
 
 
111.
Examination Commissioners.
 
 
112.
Directories of Licensees.
 
 
113.
Conferences.
 
 
114.
Military Service.
 
 
114.5.
"War" Defined.
 
 
115.
Those Licensed while Serving in Armed Services.
 
 
115.5.
The Department.
 
 
118.
Withdrawal of Application or Surrender of License -- Continuation of Proceedings.
 
 
119.
Licensure Offenses.
 
 
120.
Surviving Spouse of Certified Public Accountant.
 
 
121.
Renewal of Licensure.
 
 
122.
Duplicate Certificates.
 
 
123.
Subversion of the Licensing Examination.
 
 
123.5.
Restraining Order.
 
 
124.
"Written Notice" Defined.
 
 
125.
Conspiracy With Unlicensed Person.
 
 
125.3.
Investigation and Enforcement Costs.
 
 
125.5.
Injunction, Restitution, and Reimbursement for Code Violations.
 
 
125.6.
Unprofessional Conduct -- Discrimination.
 
 
125.8.
Temporary Restraining Order Against Licensees.
 
 
125.9.
Citations.
 
 
127.
Reports to Director.
 
 
128.
Unlawful Sale of Goods or Services.
 
 
128.5.
Reduction of License Fees.
 
 
129.
Complaint Handling Requirements.
 
 
130.
Terms of Office.
 
 
131.
Limit on Terms.
 
 
132.
Permission Required -- Legal Action Against Government Agencies.
 
 
134.
Prorated Initial License Fees.
 
 
135.
Repeated Examinations.
 
 
136.
Change of Address Notification.
 
 
137.
License Numbers -- Inclusion in Advertising.
 
 
138.
Client Notification Requirement.
 
 
139.
Examination Validation Report.
 
 
140.
Employee Wages -- Availability of Records.
 
 
143.
Compensation -- Unlicensed Persons.
 
 
144.
Fingerprint Requirement.
 

Sections

Unlicensed Activity Enforcement.

 
 
145.
Legislative Intent.
 
 
147.
Immunity From Civil Liability.
 
 
148.
Administrative Citations.
 
 
149.
Unlawful Advertising.
 

Sections

The Director of Consumer Affairs.

 
 
150.
Director of Consumer Affairs.
 
 
151.
Appointment.
 
 
152.
Administration of Department.
 
 
152.5.
Adjustment of License Renewal Dates.
 
 
152.6.
Authority to Adjust License Renewal Dates.
 
 
153.
Investigations by Director.
 
 
154.
Employment of Personnel.
 
 
154.5.
Representation of Personnel.
 
 
155.
Employment of Investigators/Contracts with Investigators.
 
 
156.
Interagency Contracts.
 
 
156.1.
Treatment and Rehabilitation -- Retention of Records.
 
 
156.5.
Lease of Space for Examinations.
 
 
157.
Expenses of Prosecution.
 
 
158.
Refunds of Fees.
 
 
159.
Administration of Oaths.
 
 
159.5.
Division of Investigation.
 
 
160.
Authority of Investigators.
 
 
161.
Sale of Copies of Records.
 
 
162.
Certificate as Evidence.
 
 
163.
Fee for Certification of Records.
 
 
163.5.
Delinquency and Reinstatement Fees.
 
 
164.
Form and Content of Licenses.
 
 
165.
Legislation; Fiscal Impact Analyses.
 
 
166.
Mandatory Continuing Education Guidelines.
 

Sections

Funds of the Department.

 
 
201.
Pro Rata Charge for Administrative Expenses.
 
 
202.
Claims, Funds, Transfers.
 
 
202.5.
Legal Services Charges from the Department of Justice.
 
 
205.
Special Funds.
 
 
206.
Dishonored Checks.
 
 
207.
Appropriation of Funds.
 

Chapter 4.

Sections

Consumer Affairs.

 
300.
General Provisions and Definitions.
 
 
301.
Legislative Intent.
 
310.
Powers and Duties of Director.
 
 
312.
Annual Report.
 
 
313.1.
Rules and Regulations; Approval of Director.
 
 
313.2.
Americans With Disabilities Act.
 
320.
Representation of Consumers.
 
 
321.
Commencement of Legal Proceedings.
 
325.
Consumer Complaints.
 
 
326.
Notification of Complaint: Referral.
 

Sections

Public Members.

 
 
450.
Qualifications -- Prohibited Relationships.
 
 
450.2.
Conflict of Interest.
 
 
450.3.
Conflicting Financial Interests.
 
 
450.5.
Conflicting Pursuits.
 
 
450.6.
Age Requirement.
 
 
451.
Delegated Authority: Restrictions.
 
 
452.
"Board" Defined.
 
 
453.
Training for New Board Members.
 

Sections

Licensee.

 
 
460.
Local Restriction of Licensees Prohibited.
 
 
461.
Records of Arrest.
 
 
462.
Inactive License.
 

DIVISION 1.5 - DENIAL, SUSPENSION AND REVOCATION OF LICENSES.

Sections

General Provisions.

 
 
475.
Applicability.
 
 
476.
Exceptions.
 
 
477.
"Board" and "License" Defined.
 
 
478.
"Application" and "Material" Defined.
 

Sections

Denial of Licenses.

 
 
480.
Grounds for Denial.
 
 
481.
Criteria for Related Crimes Required.
 
 
482.
Criteria for Rehabilitation Required.
 
 
484.
Attestations of Good Moral Character Not Required.
 
 
485.
Procedure for Board Upon Denial.
 
 
486.
Reapplication after Denial.
 
 
487.
Hearings.
 
 
488.
Action Following a Hearing.
 
 
489.
Denial of Licensure.
 

Sections

Suspension and Revocation of Licenses.

 
 
490.
Conviction of a Crime -- Substantial Relationship Required.
 
 
490.5.
Suspension of a License for Noncompliance with Child Support Order.
 
 
491.
Information to Ex-Licensee.
 
 
493.
Conviction of a Crime -- Conclusive Evidence.
 
 
494.
Interim Suspension or Restriction Order.
 
 
494.5.
Agency Actions Regarding Certified List.
 

Sections

Public Reprovals.

 
 
495.
Procedure.
 

Sections

Examination Security.

 
 
496.
Violation of Exam Security.
 
 
498.
Wrongful Acquisition of License.
 
 
499.
Wrongful Support of Another's Application.
 

DIVISION 7 - GENERAL BUSINESS REGULATIONS.

PART 2. PRESERVATION AND REGULATION OF COMPETITION

Sections

Enforcement.

 
 
17200.
Unfair Competition.
 
 
17201.
"Person" Defined.
 
 
17201.5.
"Board" defined; "Local Consumer Affairs Agency" Defined.
 
 
17202.
Authority to Grant Specific or Preventive Relief.
 
 
17203.
Injunctions; Orders or Judgments.
 
 
17204.
Actions for Injunctions.
 
 
17205.
Cumulative Remedies.
 
 
17206.
Violations; Penalty; Actions for Recovery; Expenses.
 
 
17206.1.
Additional Penalties for Violations Against Senior Citizens and the Disabled.
 
 
17207.
Violation of Injunction Against Unfair Competition; Civil Penalties.
 
 
17208.
Statute of Limitation.
 
 
17209.
Notice of Issue in Action Before Appellate Court.
 

PART 3. REPRESENTATIONS TO THE PUBLIC.

Sections

Advertising.

 
 
17500.
False or Misleading Advertising.
 
 
17500.1.
Adoption of Regulations.
 
 
17506.5.
"Board Within the Department of Consumer Affairs" Defined.
 
 
17535.
Injunction -- Restitution.
 
 
17535.5.
Penalty for Violating Injunction.
 
 
17536.
Penalty for Violations of Chapter.
 
 
17536.5.
Notice to be Served.
 
 

Civil Code

DIVISION 3, PART 4.

Sections

Customer Records.

 
 
1798.80.
Client (Customer) Records - Definitions.
 
 
1798.81.
Destruction of Records.
 
 
1798.81.5
Reasonable Security of Personal Information.
 
 
1798.82.
Security of Computerized Personal Information.
 
 
1798.83.
Disclosure to Third Parties.
 
 
1798.84.
Violations of This Title.
 
 

Corporations Code

TITLE 1, DIVISION 3.

Sections

Moscone-Knox Professional Corporation Act.

 
 
13400.
Citation.
 
 
13401.
Definitions.
 
 
13401.3.
Definition of Professional Services.
 
 
13402.
Effect on Existing Laws.
 
 
13403.
Officers, Directors and Shareholders.
 
 
13404.
Certificate of Registration Required; Exemptions.
 
 
13404.5.
Foreign Professional Corporation.
 
 
13405.
Corporation May Render Services.
 
 
13406.
Share Restrictions.
 
 
13407.
Transfer of Shares Restricted.
 
 
13408.
Suspension or Revocation.
 
 
13409.
Name.
 
 
13410.
Rules and Regulations Applicable.
 

TITLE 2.

Chapter 5.

Sections

Uniform Partnership Act of 1994.

 
16100.
Citation.
 
16951.
Registration of Limited Liability Partnerships.
 
 
16952.
Name Limited Liability Partnership.
 
 
16953.
Filing Requirements.
 
 
16954.
Amendment of Registration.
 
 
16955.
Conversion to a Limited Liability Partnership.
 
 
16956.
Security for Claims.
 
 
16957.
Distributions.
 
 
16958.
Foreign Limited Liability Partnerships.
 
 
16959.
Registration Requirements.
 
 
16960.
Amendment of Registration.
 
 
16961.
Filing Exemptions.
 
 
16962.
Agent for Service of Process.
 
 

Family Code

DIVISION 17, CHAPTER 2.

Sections

Collections and Enforcement.

 
 
17520.
Non-compliance with Child Support Order.
 
 

Government Code

TITLE 1, DIVISION 7.

Sections

California Public Records Act

 
 
6250.
Legislative Findings.
 
 
6251.
California Public Records Act.
 
 
6252.
Definitions.
 
 
6252.5.
Elected Officials or Officers of State or Local Agencies.
 
 
6253.
Accessibility to Records.
 
 
6253.1
Agency to Assist Member of the Public.
 
 
6253.4.
Guidelines for Accessibility of Records.
 
 
6253.9.
Records in Electronic Format.
 
 
6254.
Exceptions.
 
 
6254.3.
Home Addresses of State Employees.
 
 
6254.4.
Home Addresses.
 
 
6254.5.
Waiver of Exceptions.
 
 
6254.8.
Employment Contracts.
 
 
6254.9.
Computer Software.
 
 
6254.20.
Electronically Collected Personal Information.
 
 
6254.21.
Government Official's Personal Information.
 
 
6254.25.
Pending Litigation.
 
 
6255.
General Exception.
 
 
6257.5.
Limitations.
 
 
6258.
Injunctive Relief.
 
 
6259.
Court Proceedings.
 
 
6260.
Effect on Judicial Records.
 
 
6261.
Expenditure.
 
 
6262.
Access to Records by District Attorneys.
 
 
6263.
Inspection and Copies.
 
 
6264.
Petition to Inspect.
 
 
6265.
Status Not Changed by Disclosure.
 

TITLE 2, DIVISION 3, PART 1, CHAPTER 1.

Sections

Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act

 
 
11120.
Legislative Intent.
 
 
11121.
"State Body" Defined.
 
 
11121.1
"State Body" Exclusions.
 
 
11121.9.
Act Provided to Members.
 
 
11121.95.
Appointed Official -- Duties Not Yet Assumed.
 
 
11122.
"Action Taken" Defined.
 
 
11122.5
"Meeting" Defined.
 
 
11123.
Open and Public Meetings Required.
 
 
11123.1.
Americans with Disabilities.
 
 
11124.
No Requirements for Attendance.
 
 
11124.1.
Right to Record.
 
 
11125.
Notice of Meeting.
 
 
11125.1.
Agendas and Supporting Documentation.
 
 
11125.2.
Closed Sessions: Action Reported.
 
 
11125.3.
Items Not on the Agenda.
 
 
11125.4.
Special Meeting.
 
 
11125.5.
Emergency Meetings.
 
 
11125.7.
Opportunity for Public to Address State Body.
 
 
11126.
Closed Sessions.
 
 
11126.1.
Closed Sessions: Minutes.
 
 
11126.3.
Closed Sessions: Legal Authority.
 
 
11126.5.
Disorderly Conduct.
 
 
11126.7.
Fees May Not Be Charged.
 
 
11127.
Exceptions.
 
 
11128.
Time of Closed Sessions.
 
 
11128.5.
Adjourned to a Specified Time and Place.
 
 
11129.
Continuance of Hearings.
 
 
11130.
Injunction.
 
 
11130.3.
Judicial Determination.
 
 
11130.5.
Court Costs; Attorney's Fees.
 
 
11130.7.
Attendance of Meeting in Violation.
 
 
11131.
Meeting Place; Nondiscriminatory.
 
 
11131.5.
Identify of Crime Victim.
 
 
11132.
Authorization Required.
 
 

Sections

Miscellaneous Provisions.

 
 
11019.9.
 
 
11425.6.
 
 
11564.5.
 
 
26509.
 

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