After the exhaustion of the appeal and review of procedures provided in this article,
the secretary or commissioner, or his or her representative, may file a certified
copy of a final decision that directs the payment of an administrative penalty, and,
if applicable, a copy of any decision of the secretary, or his or her authorized representative,
and a copy of any order that denies a petition for a writ of administrative mandamus,
with the clerk of the superior court of any county. Judgment shall be entered immediately by the clerk in conformity with the decision
or order. Pursuant to Section 6103 of the Government Code, no fees shall be charged by the clerk of the superior court for the performance
of any official service required in connection with the entry of judgment pursuant
to this section.
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