2018 California Code
Labor Code - LAB
CHAPTER 8 - Enforcement of Civil Penalties
Section 6652.

Universal Citation: CA Labor Code § 6652 (2018)

The division shall provide the Contractors’ State License Board with a certified copy of every notice of civil penalty deemed to be a final order pursuant to Section 6601 or after the exhaustion of all other review procedures pursuant to Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 6600) when both of the following have occurred:

(a) The employer served with the notice of civil penalty is, or is thought to be, a licensee licensed by the Contractors’ State License Board.

(b) The employer referred to in subdivision (a) has failed to pay the civil penalty after a period of 60 days following that employer’s receipt of the notice of civil penalty.

(c) When the employer has paid the civil penalty referenced in the certified copy of notice of civil penalty that was provided to the Contractors’ State License Board, including all interest owed thereon, then the division shall provide to the employer who was the subject of the certified copy of notice a written confirmation or receipt stating that the employer has paid the amount owed that was the subject of the certified notice provided to the board.

(Added by Stats. 1991, Ch. 1210, Sec. 4.)

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