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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

Some Things Can Be Too Late – Don’t Forget To File Your CFL Annual Report

Every person who was licensed under the California Finance Lenders Law as of December 31, 2010 must file an annual report with the California Department of Corporations.  A report is required even if the licensee has conducted no business under its licensee during 2010. The report is due on or before Tuesday March 15, 2011.  The Department of…

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Usury Exemption Bites Back

Last week, I wrote about the oft overlooked California Finance Lenders (CFL) law.  In general, that law provides that anyone engaged in the business of making consumer or commercial loans must obtain a license from the Department of Corporations (unless an exemption is available). CFL licensees do enjoy one benefit.  They constitute a class of “exempt persons”…

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“License? We Don’t Need No Stinking License”

The Department of Corporations’ jurisdiction is not limited to the Corporate Securities Law of 1968.  In fact, it has an entire division dedicated to financial services regulation.  The Department’s Financial Services Division, or FSD, has responsibililty for administering the following six laws:   California Deferred Deposit Transaction Law California Finance Lenders Law California Foreclosure Prevention Act California…

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