California Code, Business and Professions Code - BPC § 4316

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(a) The board, through its executive officer, is authorized to issue a cease and desist order for operating any facility under this chapter that requires licensure or for practicing any activity under this chapter that requires licensure without obtaining that licensure.

(b) Whenever the board issues a cease and desist order pursuant to subdivision (a), the board shall immediately issue the facility a notice setting forth the acts or omissions with which it is charged, specifying the pertinent code section or sections and any regulations.

(c) The order shall provide that the facility, within 15 days of receipt of the notice, may request a hearing before the president of the board to contest the cease and desist order.  Consideration of the facility's contest of the cease and desist order shall comply with the requirements of Section 11425.10 of the Government Code.  The hearing shall be held no later than five days from the date the request of the owner is received by the board.  The president shall render a written decision within five days of the hearing.  In the absence of the president of the board, the vice president of the board may conduct the hearing permitted by this subdivision.  Review of the decision of the president of the board may be sought by the owner or person in possession or control of the facility pursuant to Section 1094.5 of the Code of Civil Procedure.

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