California Code, Government Code - GOV § 12895

(a) There is in the Business, Consumer Services, and Housing Agency a Department of Business Oversight containing the Division of Corporations, which has the responsibility for administering various laws.  In order to effectively support the Division of Corporations in the administration of these laws, there is hereby established the State Corporations Fund.  All expenses and salaries of the Division of Corporations shall be paid out of the State Corporations Fund.  Therefore, notwithstanding any provision of any law administered by the Division of Corporations declaring that fees, reimbursements, assessments, or other money or amounts charged and collected by the Division of Corporations under these laws are to be delivered or transmitted to the Treasurer and deposited to the credit of the General Fund, all fees, reimbursements, assessments, and other money or amounts charged and collected under these laws shall be delivered or transmitted to the Treasurer and deposited to the credit of the State Corporations Fund.

(b) Funds appropriated from the State Corporations Fund and made available for expenditure for any law or program of the Division of Corporations may come from the following:

(1) Fees and any other amounts charged and collected pursuant to Section 25608 of the Corporations Code , except for fees and other amounts charged and collected pursuant to subdivisions (o) to (r), inclusive, of Section 25608 of the Corporations Code .

(2) Fees collected pursuant to subdivisions (a) , (b) , (c) , and (d) of Section 25608.1 of the Corporations Code .


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