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Chapter 6. Division of Labor Standards Enforcement
Subchapter 8. Garment Manufacturers

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§13635. Registration and Examination Fees.

(a) The Labor Commissioner shall collect the following amounts in fees for initial registration and annual renewal of registration from contractors who have not had an application for registration denied or a registration revoked or suspended pursuant to proceedings under section 13646 during any portion of the three year period prior to the submission of the application for registration:

(1) A $250 fee for contractors with gross sales receipts of $100,000 or less during the 12-month period prior to application.

(2) A $350 fee for contractors with gross sales receipts from $100,001 to $500,000 during the 12-month period prior to application.

(3) A $500 fee for contractors with gross sales receipts from $500,001 to $1,000,000 during the 12-month period prior to application.

(4) A $1,000 fee for contractors with gross sales receipts of $1,000,001 or more during the 12-month period prior to application.

(b) The Labor Commissioner shall collect the following amounts in fees for initial registration and annual renewal of registration from manufacturers who have not had an application for registration denied or a registration revoked or suspended pursuant to proceedings under section 13646 during any portion of the three year period prior to the submission of the application for registration:

(1) A $750 fee for manufacturers with gross sales receipts of $500,000 or less during the 12-month period prior to application.

(2) A $1,000 fee for manufacturers with gross sales receipts from $500,001 to $3,000,000 during the 12-month period prior to application.

(3) A $1,500 fee for manufacturers with gross sales receipts from $3,000,001 to $7,000,000 during the 12-month period prior to application.

(4) A $2,500 fee for manufacturers with gross sales receipts of $7,000,001 or more during the 12-month period prior to application.

(c) The Labor Commissioner shall collect the following amounts in fees for initial registration and annual renewal of registration from any manufacturer or contractor who has had an application for registration denied or a registration revoked or suspended, pursuant to proceedings under section 13646, at any time during the three year period prior to the submission of the application for registration:

(1) A $500 fee for contractors with no gross sales receipts during the three-year period prior to application.

(2) A $1,000 fee for contractors with any gross sales receipts during the three-year period prior to application.

(3) A $1,500 fee for manufacturers with no gross sales receipts during the three-year period prior to application.

(4) A $2,500 fee for manufacturers with any gross sales receipts during the three-year period prior to application.

(d) For the purpose of this section, gross sales receipts means all amounts received by the applicant, in the form of money, promissory notes, credit, or any other items of value, for the sale or transfer of goods, or for services provided by the applicant or its employees. In determining gross sales receipts, the applicant shall not deduct from sales receipts or adjust sales receipts for any expenses, including but not limited to the cost of material, labor, services, storage, transportation, rent, utilities, interest on loans, insurance, taxes, and any business losses.

(e) An applicant or registrant shall, within a reasonable time and in no event more than 15 days from the date of a request, provide the Labor Commissioner any documents deemed necessary by the Labor Commissioner for verifying gross receipts. Failure to provide the requested documentation or providing any false and misleading information concerning gross receipts shall constitute grounds for denial of the application or revocation of registration.

(f) Every applicant required to take the examination(s) provided by Labor Code Section 2675(c) or (f) shall pay an examination fee of $25 to the Labor Commissioner prior to taking the examination(s). An individual will not be permitted to take the examination(s) on behalf of an applicant unless the individual has at least a 20% ownership interest in the applicant's business, or will function as the applicant's director of labor relations, and in that capacity will exercise direct or indirect control over employees' wages, hours and working conditions.

NOTE

Authority cited: Section 2672, Labor Code. Reference: Sections 2675 and 2675.5, Labor Code.

HISTORY

1. Amendment of section heading, repealer and new section and amendment of Note filed 9-9-2002; operative 10-9-2002 (Register 2002, No. 37).

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