2020 California Code
Business and Professions Code - BPC
CHAPTER 3 - Real Estate Regulations
ARTICLE 8 - Out-of-State Land Promotions
Section 10249.


(a) A person acting as a principal or agent who intends, in this state, to sell or lease or offer for sale or lease lots, parcels, or interests in a subdivision, as defined in Section 10249.1, situated outside of this state but within the United States, shall, prior to a sale, lease, or offer, register the subdivision with the commissioner. An application for registration shall be made on a form acceptable to the commissioner and include, together with a fee, a description of the offering, certification by the applicant that the subdivision is in compliance with all applicable requirements of the state or states wherein the project is located, evidence of this compliance, if applicable, and a consent to service as described in Section 10249.92.

(b) The commissioner, within 10 days of receipt of an application of registration, shall provide the applicant with notice of the completion of the registration or a notice of deficiency. If the department does not provide a notice within 10 days, the registration shall be deemed complete.

(Amended by Stats. 1996, Ch. 587, Sec. 8. Effective January 1, 1997.)

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