Law and Regulations - California Finance Lenders Law
The Finance Lenders Law is contained in Division 9 (commencing with Section 22000) of the California Financial Code and the regulations are contained in Chapter 3, Title 10, California Code of Regulations, commencing with Section 1404.
AMEND: Sections 260.210, 260.211, 260.211.1, 260.231, 1422, 1422.7, 1423, 1581, 1582, 1805.204, and 1950.122.8.
ADOPT: Section 1430
- PRO 14/10 - Finance Lenders Pilot Program - By Emergency Order
- PRO 16/08 - SAFE Mortgage Licensing Act
- PRO 01/07 - Nontraditional Mortgage Products
- PRO 21/05 - Fingerprint and Criminal History Record Checks, Application Form Revisions
- PRO 31/02 - Guarantee Loan Rules (Live Checks)
- OP 10/01- Implementing short and long form applications for licensure.
- None at this time.
- Other legislative summaries.
- 65-FS: New Mortgage Foreclosure Laws That Take Effect January 1, 2013 (Rev. 12/31/12)
- 64-FS: Exemption for Employees of Certain Bona Fide Nonprofit Organizations
- 63-FS: SAFE Act - Interim Licensing Relief for HUD-Certified Housing Counselors and Habitat for Humanity Volunteers and Employees
- 62-FS: Implementation of Guidance Including "Best Practices" for Certain Nontraditional and Adjustable Rate Mortgage Loan Products.
- 61-FS: Arranging Workouts for Borrowers, Preparing for Special Servicing Reports to the Commissioner, and Establishing a Working Group in Connection with Nontraditional and other Mortgage Loan Products.
- 60-FS: Public Utility Commerical Loan Programs for Energy Efficiency Approved by the Public Utilities Commission
- 59-FS: Fingerprint Requirement under the California Finance Lenders Law [pdf]
- 58-FS: Evidence of Compliance with Financial Code Section 50204(o) [pdf]
- 57-FS: Rescission and Withdrawal from Publication of Specific Ruling OP 6547 CFLL under the California Finance Lenders Law [pdf]
- 56-FS: Sale-Leaseback Transactions [pdf]
- 55-FS: Changes to the Covered Loan Law [pdf]
- 54-FS: Changes to Licensing Procedures for Additional Locations of Licensed Finance Lenders [pdf]
- 53-FS: Effective July 1, 2004, Finance Lenders Must Translate Agreements into Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and Korean, in addition to Spanish [pdf]