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Section 11318. (Added by Stats. 1997, Ch. 790, Sec. 5.)
Cite as: Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §11318.

(a)A licensee, applicant for licensure, course provider, or applicant for course provider accreditation shall report to the office, in writing, the occurrence of any of the following events within 30 days of the date he or she has knowledge of any of these events:

(1)The conviction of the licensee, applicant for licensure, course provider, or applicant for course provider accreditation of any of the following:

(A)A felony.

(B)Any crime related to the qualifications, functions, or duties of a licensee, or to acts or activities committed in the course of the licensee’s or course provider’s practice.

As used in this section, a conviction includes an initial plea, verdict, or finding of guilty, plea of no contest, or pronouncement of sentence by a trial court even though that conviction may not be final, the sentence may not be imposed, or all appeals may not be exhausted.

(2)The cancellation, revocation, or suspension of a license, other authority to practice, or refusal to renew a license or other authority to practice as an occupational or professional licensee or course provider, by any other regulatory entity.

(3)The cancellation, revocation, or suspension of the right to practice before any governmental body or agency.

(b)The report required by subdivision (a) shall be signed by the licensee, applicant for licensure, course provider, or applicant for course provider accreditation and clearly set forth the facts that constitute the reportable event. The report shall include the title of the matter, court or agency name, docket number, and dates of occurrence of the reportable event.

(c)The licensee, applicant for licensure, course provider, or applicant for course provider accreditation shall also promptly obtain and submit a certified copy of the police or administrative agency’s investigative report and certified copies of the court or administrative agency’s docket, complaint or accusation, and judgment or other order.

(d)A licensee, applicant for licensure, course provider, or applicant for course provider accreditation shall promptly respond to oral or written inquiries from the office concerning the reportable events.





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