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Section 11010.2. (Amended by Stats. 2000, Ch. 279, Sec. 1.)
Cite as: Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §11010.2.

(a)As used in this section:

(1)“Quantitative” means the number and type of documents required to make the filing substantially complete, as defined in the regulations of the commissioner, without regard to the content of those requirements.

(2)“Qualitatively complete” means that all deficiencies and substantive inadequacies contained in the documents that were required to make the filing substantially complete have been corrected.

(3)“Substantially complete” means that a notice and application contain all requirements as set forth in the regulations of the commissioner.

(b)Upon receipt of a notice of intention pursuant to Section 11010 and an application for issuance of a public report, the commissioner shall review the notice and application to determine if the notice and application are substantially complete, with respect to quantitative requirements. The commissioner shall notify the applicant in writing of that determination within 10 days of receipt of the notice and application.

(1)If the notice and application are not substantially complete with respect to the quantitative requirements pursuant to this subdivision, the notification shall specify the information needed to make the notice and application substantially complete. Upon receipt of any resubmittal of a notice and application, the commissioner shall notify the applicant in writing of that determination within 10 days of receipt of the notice and application.

(2)If the commissioner determines that the notice and application are substantially complete with respect to the quantitative requirements pursuant to this subdivision, the commissioner shall provide the applicant with a list of all deficiencies and substantive inadequacies necessary for the notice and application to be qualitatively complete, within 60 days of that determination, in the case of subdivisions specified in Section 11000.1 or 11004.5, and within 20 days of that determination, in the case of other subdivisions.

(c)Upon receipt of all documents, materials, writings, and other information submitted in response to the list in paragraph (2) of subdivision (b), the commissioner shall notify the applicant whether the notice and application are qualitatively complete within 30 days, in the case of subdivisions specified in Section 11000.1 or 11004.5, and within 20 days of receipt, in the case of other subdivisions. If the application and notice are not qualitatively complete, the notification shall include a list of any remaining deficiencies and substantive inadequacies. Upon receipt of any resubmittal of documents, materials, writings, and other information in response to a list of any remaining deficiencies and substantive inadequacies, the commissioner shall provide notification within the time limits specified in this subdivision.

(d)The commissioner shall issue a public report within 15 days, in the case of a subdivision specified in Section 11000.1 or 11004.5, or 10 days, in the case of other subdivisions, after the notice and application are determined to be qualitatively and substantially complete, and submittal of recorded or filed instruments and evidence of financial arrangements required by the commissioner.

(e)Upon receipt of an application for approval of a declaration as provided in Section 11010.10, the commissioner shall notify the applicant of any deficiency or inadequacy in the declaration within 60 days of its receipt. The commissioner shall notify the applicant of any deficiency or inadequacy in a declaration that has been revised following the first notice of deficiency or inadequacy within 30 days of its receipt.

(f)The commissioner shall adopt regulations, in accordance with Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, that define “substantially complete” and that list all the requirements necessary for a notice of intention and application to be considered “substantially complete.”

(g)The commissioner may adopt emergency regulations, in accordance with Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, to increase, as set forth below, those time periods specified in subdivisions (b), (c), and (d), upon a showing that the number of notices of intention and applications for a subdivision public report filed with the department for any immediately preceding six-month period has increased by more than 15 percent over the monthly average number of notices and applications filed for the base period commencing July 1, 1983, and ending June 30, 1986:

(1)The time for issuing the notice provided in subdivision (b) shall increase to 15 days.

(2)The time for providing the listing required by paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) shall increase to 90 days, in the case of subdivisions specified in Sections 11000.1 and 11004.5, and to 30 days, in the case of other subdivisions.

(3)The time period provided in subdivision (c) for responding to receipt of documents intended to correct deficiencies shall be 30 days without regard to the type of subdivision being processed.

(4)The time periods provided in subdivision (d) within which the commissioner is required to issue a public report in the case of subdivisions specified in Sections 11000.1 and 11004.5, shall increase to 30 days and in the case of other subdivisions shall increase to 15 days.

This section does not apply to filings made exclusively under Section 11010.1. Nothing in this section requires the commissioner to issue a public report where grounds for denial exist, provided that issuance of a public report shall not be denied for inadequate information if the cause thereof is the commissioner’s failure to comply with this section.

Notwithstanding other provisions of this section, the commissioner shall not be required to issue a public report if grounds for denial exist under Section 11018 or 11018.5. However, the commissioner may not base the denial of a public report on the lack of adequate information if the commissioner has not acted within the time periods prescribed in this section.



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