California Government Code

Sec. § 91572


(a)

Prior to the delivery by an authority of any bonds of an issue in return for the purchase price, the commission may summarily suspend any qualification of the issue pending final determination of any proceeding under this section. Upon the taking of that action, the commission shall promptly notify each person specified in subdivision (b) of the action and of the reasons therefor and that upon the receipt of a written request of the authority the matter will be set for hearing to commence within 20 business days after that receipt unless the authority consents to a later date. If no hearing is requested within 35 business days of notification to the authority of the taking of that action, and none is ordered by the commission, the commission may summarily revoke the qualification, pending which the suspension shall remain in effect. If a hearing is requested or ordered, the commission, after notice and hearing in accordance with subdivision (b), may modify or vacate the suspension or extend it until final determination.

(b)

The authority, the company, and the underwriter and the proposed purchaser, if any, shall be notified of the taking of action pursuant to subdivision (a) and of the opportunity of the authority for a hearing thereon before the commission.

(c)

Prior to the delivery by an authority of any bonds of an issue in return for the purchase price, the commission may revoke any qualification if it finds that the proposed issuance is not fair, just, or equitable to a purchaser of the bonds, or that the bonds proposed to be issued or the method to be used by an authority in issuing them will tend to work a fraud upon the purchaser thereof.

(d)

The commission may vacate or modify a suspension or revocation of qualification if it finds that the reasons for the suspension or revocation do not or no longer exist or that the reasons which do exist are not those which support a conclusion that the proposed issuance is not fair, just, or equitable to a purchaser of the bonds, or that the bonds proposed to be issued or the method to be used by an authority in issuing them will tend to work a fraud upon the purchaser thereof.
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