2021 California Code
Streets and Highways Code - SHC
DIVISION 10 - THE IMPROVEMENT BOND ACT OF 1915
PART 8 - COLLECTION OF ASSESSMENTS
Section 8682.1.

8682.1.  

(a) In addition to the amounts set forth in Section 8682, the auditor shall further annually enter in the assessment roll on which taxes will next become due, opposite each lot or parcel of land affected, in the manner set forth in Section 8682, each lot’s or parcel’s pro rata share of the annual expenses of the city in connection with the registration of the bonds under the system of registration authorized by Chapter 1.5 (commencing with Section 5050) of Division 6 of Title 1 of the Government Code, as determined by the legislative body. The expenses shall include the amount or estimated amount necessary to pay the fees and charges coming due during the fiscal year covered by the assessment roll of corporate or other authenticating agents, transfer agents, registrars, paying agents, agents engaged to assist in complying with federal arbitrage requirements, or other agents of the city. If the city performs any transfer, registration, authentication, payment, or other function described in this section, the expenses shall include a pro rata amount of the salaries of the city employees involved in the performance of the functions and all other costs incurred by the city in connection with the functions.

(b) Alternatively, the legislative body may elect to include in the assessment, and in the amount of the bonds, the estimated aggregate total of the expenses throughout the term of the bonds and to pay the annual amounts of the expenses from the fund created. Any amount remaining in the fund upon the retirement of the bonds shall be disposed of as provided in Section 8783.

(Amended by Stats. 1989, Ch. 104, Sec. 18.)

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