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California Code, Welfare and Institutions Code - WIC § 10384.5

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Each county or city and county board of education or community colleges board may issue temporary certificates for the purpose of authorizing salary payments to child development employees whose child development permit applications are being processed. The applicant for such a temporary certificate shall make a statement under oath that the employee has duly filed their application for a permit together with the required fee and that to the best of their knowledge no reason exists why the employee should not be issued a permit. A certificate shall be valid for not more than 90 schooldays and only until the permit originally requested is either issued or denied by the Commission for Teacher Preparation and Licensing.

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