California Government Code CHAPTER 10 - Auditing

  • Section 90000.
      Except as provided in Section 90006, the Franchise Tax Board shall make audits and field investigations with respect to the following:(a) Reports and statements filed with...
  • Section 90001.
      Audits and investigations shall be made pursuant to Section 90000 with respect to the reports and statements of:(a) Each lobbying firm and each lobbyist employer who...
  • Section 90002.
      (a) Audits and investigations of lobbying firms and lobbyist employers shall be performed on a biennial basis and shall cover reports filed during a period of...
  • Section 90003.
      In addition to the audits and investigations required by Section 90001, the Franchise Tax Board and the Commission may make investigations and audits with respect...
  • Section 90004.
      (a) The Franchise Tax Board shall periodically prepare reports, which, except as otherwise provided in this section, shall be sent to the Commission, the Secretary of...
  • Section 90005.
      A member, employee, or agent of the Franchise Tax Board or the Commission shall not divulge or make known in any manner the particulars of...
  • Section 90006.
      Audits and field investigations of candidates for Controller and member of the Board of Equalization and of committees supporting such candidates shall be made by...
  • Section 90007.
      (a) The commission shall adopt auditing guidelines and standards which shall govern audits and field investigations conducted under Section 90001. The guidelines and standards shall be...
  • Section 90008.
      (a) It is the intent of the Legislature that the people of California have timely access to information concerning the campaign contributions and expenditures of all...
  • Section 90009.
      (a) To further the purposes of this title, the Commission may seek injunctive relief in a superior court to compel disclosure consistent with this title.(b) A court...

Last modified: October 5, 2018