2018 California Code
Corporations Code - CORP
TITLE 1 - CORPORATIONS
DIVISION 1 - GENERAL CORPORATION LAW
CHAPTER 22 - Crimes and Penalties
Section 2201.

Universal Citation: CA Corp Code § 2201 (2018)
2201.  

Any officer of a corporation charged with the duty of entering a transfer of shares upon the books of the corporation and issuing a share certificate or, with respect to uncertificated securities, an initial transaction statement or written statements, who unreasonably neglects, fails or refuses to perform such duty after written request by any person entitled thereto is subject to a penalty of one hundred dollars ($100) and the further penalty of ten dollars ($10) for each day that such default continues, beginning five days after receipt of the request, up to a maximum of five hundred dollars ($500). The penalty shall be paid to each person aggrieved. It may be enforced by action and shall be in addition to all other remedies.

Every director or other officer unreasonably causing such neglect, failure or refusal to make such entries upon the books of the corporation or to issue a certificate or, with respect to uncertificated securities, an initial transaction statement or written statements, for shares to a person entitled thereto is subject to a like penalty.

(Amended by Stats. 1986, Ch. 766, Sec. 27.)

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