California Penal Code Title 12 - Of Crimes Against the Revenue and Property of This State

  • Section 424.
    (a) Each officer of this state, or of any county, city, town, or district of this state, and every other person charged with the receipt,...
  • Section 425.
    Every officer charged with the receipt, safe keeping, or disbursement of public moneys, who neglects or fails to keep and pay over the same in...
  • Section 426.
    The phrase public moneys, as used in Sections 424 and 425, includes all bonds and evidence of indebtedness, and all moneys belonging to the state,...
  • Section 428.
    Every person who willfully obstructs or hinders any public officer from collecting any revenue, taxes, or other sums of money in which the people of...
  • Section 429.
    Any provider of telecommunications services in this state that intentionally fails to collect or remit, as may be required, the annual fee imposed pursuant to...
  • Section 431.
    Every person who uses or gives any receipt, except that prescribed by law, as evidence of the payment of any poll tax, road tax, or...
  • Section 432.
    Every person who has in his possession, with intent to circulate or sell, any blank licenses or poll tax receipts other than those furnished by...
  • Section 436.
    Every person who acts as an auctioneer in violation of the laws of this State relating to auctions and auctioneers, is guilty of a misdemeanor.(Enacted
  • Section 439.
    Every person who in this State procures, or agrees to procure, any insurance for a resident of this State, from any insurance company not incorporated...
  • Section 440.
    Every officer charged with the collection, receipt, or disbursement of any portion of the revenue of this State, who, upon demand, fails or refuses to...

Last modified: September 9, 2016