2007 California Vehicle Code Article 2. Collection Of Fees
CA Codes (veh:14910-14911)
14910. (a) The department shall, with the consent of the applicant,
collect the amounts which it has been notified are due pursuant to
Sections 40509 and 40509.5, and any service fees added to those
amounts, at the time it collects from the applicant any fees and
penalties required to issue or renew a driver's license or
(b) Except as provided in subdivision (c), the department shall
remit all amounts collected pursuant to subdivision (a), after
deducting the administrative fee authorized in subdivision (c), to
each jurisdiction in the amounts due to each jurisdiction according
to its notices filed with the department. Within 45 days from the
time payment is received by the department, the department shall
inform each jurisdiction which of its notices of failure to appear or
failure to pay have been discharged.
(c) The department shall assess a fee for posting the bail on each
notice of failure to appear or failure to pay which is given to the
department pursuant to Section 40509 or 40509.5, in an amount, as
determined by the department, that is sufficient to provide a sum
equal to its actual costs of administering this section, not to
exceed one dollar () per notice. The fees shall be assessed to
each jurisdiction on a regular basis by deducting the amount due to
the department pursuant to this subdivision from the bails and fines
collected pursuant to subdivision (a), prior to remitting the balance
to each jurisdiction pursuant to subdivision (b).
(d) Except as provided in subdivision (e) of Section 13364, if
bail is collected under this section for the violation of any
provisions of this code, the person shall be deemed to be convicted
of those sections violated.
(e) Any amounts collected by the department under this section are
nonrefundable by the department.
(f) Notwithstanding Section 42003, payment of bail to the
department in accordance with this section shall be paid in full and
not in installments.
14911. (a) When a notice of failure to appear or failure to pay a
fine is recorded on the department records pursuant to Sections 40509
and 40509.5, the fine and any penalty assessments shall be a lien
upon all vehicles of the defendant of a type subject to registration
under this code.
(b) For every lien arising pursuant to subdivision (a) which is
due and not paid, the department may collect the amount of the lien
plus costs, and Article 6 (commencing with Section 9800) of Chapter 6
of Division 3.5 shall apply.
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