California Business and Professions Code 152.6
Current as of: 2010
Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, each board
within the department shall, in cooperation with the director,
establish such license periods and renewal dates for all licenses in
such manner as best to distribute the renewal work of all boards
throughout each year and permit the most efficient, and economical
use of personnel and equipment. To the extent practicable, provision
shall be made for the proration or other adjustment of fees in such
manner that no person shall be required to pay a greater or lesser
fee than he would have been required to pay if the change in license
periods or renewal dates had not occurred.
As used in this section "license" includes "certificate," "permit,"
"authority," "registration," and similar indicia of authority to
engage in a business or profession, and "board" includes "board,"
"commission," "committee," and an individual who is authorized to
renew a license.
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