AB 791, as introduced, Hagman. Collateral recovery: repossessors.
Existing law, the Collateral Recovery Act, provides for the licensure and regulation of repossession agencies by the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services under the supervision and control of the Director of Consumer Affairs. Existing law requires an applicant for a qualification certificate or for an initial registration or a reregistration to submit an application to the bureau and include certain personal information in the application that is confidential and is prohibited from being disclosed to the public.
This bill would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to these provisions.
Vote: majority. Appropriation: no. Fiscal committee: no. State-mandated local program: no.
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
Section 7506.5 of the Business and Professions
2Code is amended to read:
All information obtained on the application shall be
4confidential pursuant to the Information Practices Act (Chapter 1
5(commencing with Section 1798) of Title 1.8 of Part 4 of Division
P2 13 of the Civil Code) and shall not be released to the public except
2for the registrant’s full name, the licensee’s name and address, and
3the registration number. The application shall be verified and shall
5(a) The full name, residence address, residence telephone
6number, date and place of birth, and driver’s license number of
7the applicant or registrant.
8(b) A statement
listing any and all names used by the applicant
9or registrant, other than the name by which he or she is currently
10known. If the applicant or registrant has never used a name other
11than his or her true name, this fact shall be set forth in the
13(c) The name and address of the licensee and the date the
14employment or contract commenced.
15(d) The title of the position occupied by the applicant or
16registrant and a description of his or her duties.
17(e) Two recent photographs of the applicant or registrant, of a
18type prescribed by the chief, and two classifiable sets of his or her
19fingerprints, one set of which shall be forwarded to the Federal
20Bureau of Investigation for purposes of a background check.
21(f) The bureau may impose a fee not to exceed
22($3) for processing classifiable fingerprint cards submitted by
23applicants, excluding those submitted into an electronic fingerprint
24system using electronic fingerprint technology.