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§ 10315. Set-Asides and Apportionments.

4 CA ADC § 10315Barclays Official California Code of RegulationsEffective: April 3, 2024

Barclays California Code of Regulations
Title 4. Business Regulations
Division 17. California Tax Credit Allocation Committee Regulations Implementing the Federal and State Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Laws
Chapter 1. Federal and State Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
Effective: April 3, 2024
4 CCR § 10315
§ 10315. Set-Asides and Apportionments.
CTCAC will accept applications from Qualified Nonprofit Organizations for the Nonprofit set-aside upon the request of the qualified applicant, regardless of the proposed housing type. Thereafter, CTCAC shall review each non-rural pending competitive application applying as an at-risk or special needs housing type under subsection (h) below, first, within that housing type's relevant set-aside. Non-rural applicants meeting the criteria for both the special needs and at-risk housing types pursuant to Section 10325(g) may request to be considered in both set-asides. Applicants receiving an award from either the At-Risk or Special Needs set-aside shall be considered as that housing type for purposes of paragraph (h).
(a) Nonprofit set-aside. Ten percent (10%) of the Federal Credit Ceiling for any calendar year, calculated as of February first of the calendar year, shall be set-aside for projects involving, over the entire restricted use period, Qualified Nonprofit Organizations as the only general partners and developers, as defined by these regulations, and in accordance with IRC Section (42)(h)(5).
(b) Each funding round, credits available in the Nonprofit set-aside shall be made available as a priority to projects that meet the requirements below and provide housing to Homeless households at affordable rents, consistent with Section 10325(g)(3) in the following priority order:
• First priority will be given to qualified Homeless projects with 1) McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, HCD Multifamily Housing Program (MHP), HCD Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Program (VHHP), HCD Homekey, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA), CalHFA Local Government Special Needs Housing Program, Governor's Homeless Initiative, Housing for a Healthy California, or HCD No Place Like Home development capital funding committed for which the amount of development capital funding committed shall be at least $500,000 or $10,000 per unit for all Low-Income Units in the project (irrespective of the number of units assisted by the referenced programs), whichever is greater; or 2) projects with rental or operating assistance funding commitments from federal, state, or local governmental funding sources. The rental assistance must be sponsor-based or project-based and the remaining term of the project-based assistance contract shall be no less than one (1) year and shall apply to no less than fifty percent (50%) of the Low-Income Units in the proposed project. For local government funding sources, ongoing assistance may be in the form of a letter of intent from the governmental entity.
• Second priority will be given to other qualified Homeless projects.
To compete as a Homeless assistance project, at least fifty percent (50%) of the Low-Income Units within the project must be designated for Homeless households as described in category (1) through (4) immediately below:
(1) Individual or family who lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence, meaning:
(A) Has a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not meant for human habitation;
(B) Is living in a publicly or privately operated shelter designated to provide temporary living arrangements (including congregate shelters, transitional housing, and hotels and motels paid for by charitable organizations or by federal, state, and local government programs); or
(C) Is exiting an institution and resided in an emergency shelter or place not meant for human habitation immediately before entering that institution.
(2) Individual or family who will imminently lose their primary nighttime residence, provided that:
(A) Residence will be lost within 14 days of the date of application for homeless assistance;
(B) No subsequent residence has been identified; and
(C) The individual or family lacks the resources or support networks needed to obtain other permanent housing.
(3) Unaccompanied youth under 25 years of age, or families with children and youth, who do not otherwise qualify as homeless under this definition, but who:
(A) Are defined as homeless under the other listed federal statutes;
(B) Have not had a lease, ownership interest, or occupancy agreement in permanent housing during the 60 days prior to the homeless assistance application;
(C) Have experienced persistent instability as measured by two moves or more during the preceding 60 days; and
(D) Can be expected to continue in such status for an extended period of time due to special needs or barriers.
(4) Any individual or family who:
(A) Is fleeing, or is attempting to flee, domestic violence;
(B) Has no other residence; and
(C) Lacks the resources or support networks to obtain other permanent housing.
Individuals or families that are subject to a Continuum of Care emergency transfer plan, receiving or have received supportive services or rental subsidies administered by a Continuum of Care or other programs targeted to individuals experiencing homelessness, or through a public housing authority's shelter plus care program, or SRO Moderate Rehabilitation Program, or are otherwise transferring to a homeless unit shall be considered homeless or retain their original homeless or chronically homeless status for the purposes of the transfer. This subparagraph applies both to existing and future developments.
For all projects receiving a reservation under the first or second priority, owners, property managers, and service providers shall comply with the core components of Housing First, as defined in Welfare and Institutions Code Section 8255(b), with respect to the units designated for homeless households. For projects receiving a reservation under the first or second priority, the applicant also shall commit to reserving vacant homeless assistance units for 60 days for occupancy by persons or households referred, where such systems or lists exist, by either 1) the relevant coordinated entry or access system, 2) the relevant county health department from a list of frequent health care users; or 3) the relevant behavioral health department from a list of persons with chronic behavioral health conditions who require supportive housing. The applicant shall enter into a memorandum of understanding with the relevant department or system administrator prior to placing in service unless a reasonable memorandum is refused by the department or administrator.
Any amount of Tax Credits not reserved for Homeless assistance projects during a reservation cycle shall be available for other applications qualified under the Non-profit set-aside.
(c) Rural set-aside. Twenty percent (20%) of the Federal Credit Ceiling for any calendar year, calculated as of February first of the calendar year, shall be set-aside for projects in rural areas as defined in H & S Code Section 50199.21 and as identified in supplemental application material prepared by CTCAC. For purposes of implementing Section 50199.21(a), an area is eligible under the Section 515 program on January 1 of the calendar year in question if it either resides on the Section 515 designated places list in effect the prior September 30, or is so designated in writing by the USDA Multifamily Housing Program Director. All Projects located in eligible census tracts defined by this Section must compete in the rural set-aside and will not be eligible to compete in other set-asides or in the geographic areas unless the Geographic Region in which they are located has had no other Eligible Projects for reservation within the current calendar year. In such cases the rural project may receive a reservation in the last round for the year, from the geographic region in which it is located, if any.
Within the rural set-aside competition, the first tiebreaker shall be applied as described in Section 10325(c)(9), except that the Seniors, Large Family New Construction in Highest or High Resource Tract, and Acquisition and/or Rehabilitation housing type goals established by Section 10315(h) shall be calculated relative to the rural set-aside dollars available each round, rather than against the total credits available statewide each round.
(1) RHS, HOME, and CDBG-DR program apportionment. In each reservation cycle, fourteen percent (14%) of the rural set-aside shall be available for new construction projects which have a funding commitment from RHS of at least $1,000,000 from either RHS's Section 514 Farm Labor Housing Loan Program, RHS's Section 515 Rural Rental Housing Loan Program, or a reservation from a Participating Jurisdiction or the State of California of at least $1,000,000 in HOME or CDBG-DR funding.
All projects meeting the RHS, HOME, and CDBG-DR program apportionment eligibility requirements shall compete under the RHS, HOME, and CDBG-DR program apportionment. Projects that are unsuccessful under the apportionment shall then compete within the general rural set-aside described in subsection (c). Any amount reserved under this subsection for which RHS, HOME, or CDBG-DR funding does not become available in the calendar year in which the reservation is made, or any amount of Credit apportioned by this subsection and not reserved during a reservation cycle shall be available for applications qualified under the Rural set-aside.
(2) Native American apportionment. In each reservation cycle starting in 2024 and each year thereafter, ten percent (10%) of the rural set-aside shall be available for applications proposing projects on land to be owned by a Tribe, whether the land is owned in fee or in trust, and in which occupancy will be legally limited to tribal households, except that up to 20% of Low-Income Units may serve non-tribal households if required by the HOME Program. Apportioned dollars shall be awarded to projects sponsored by Tribes using the scoring criteria in Section 10325(c), and achieving the minimum score established by CTCAC under Section 10305(h). In addition, the application shall receive the minimum points available for both general partner and management company experience under Section 10325(c)(1), except that the management company minimum scoring cannot be obtained through the point category for a housing tax credit certification examination.
(d) “At-Risk” set-aside. After accounting for the second supplemental set-aside described in (g), five percent (5%) of the Federal Credit Ceiling for any calendar year, calculated as of February first of the calendar year, shall be set aside for projects that qualify and apply as an “At risk” housing type pursuant to subsection (h) below. Any proposed project that applies and is eligible under the Nonprofit set-aside but is not awarded credits from that set-aside shall be eligible to be considered under this At-Risk set-aside if the project meets the housing type requirements in Section 10325(g)(4).
(e) Special Needs set-aside. After accounting for the second supplemental set-aside described in (g), four percent (4%) of the Federal Credit Ceiling for any calendar year, calculated as of February first of the calendar year, shall be set aside for projects that qualify and apply as a Special Needs housing type project pursuant to subsection (h) below. Any proposed project that applies and is eligible under the Nonprofit set-aside, but is not awarded credits from that set-aside, shall be eligible to be considered under this Special Needs set-aside if the project meets the housing type requirements in Section 10325(g)(3).
(f) First supplemental set-aside. After accounting for the second supplemental set-aside described in (g), an amount equal to three percent (3%) of the Federal Credit Ceiling for any calendar year, calculated as of February first of the calendar year, shall be held back to fund overages that occur in the second funding round set-asides and/or in the Geographic Apportionments because of funding projects in excess of the amounts available to those Set Asides or Geographic Apportionments, the funding of large projects, such as HOPE VI projects, or other Waiting List or priority projects. In addition to this initial funding, returned Tax Credits and unused Tax Credits from Set Asides and Geographic Apportionments will be added to this Supplemental Set Aside, and used to fund projects at year end so as to avoid loss of access to National Pool credits.
(g) Second supplemental set-aside. For each calendar year an amount of the Federal Credit Ceiling determined by the Executive Director, calculated as of February first of the calendar year, shall be held back to fund projects designated as a DDA project pursuant to Section 10327(d)(3).
(h) Housing types. To be eligible for Tax Credits, all applicants must select and compete in only one of the categories listed below, exclusive of the Acquisition and/or Rehabilitation and Large Family New Construction located in a Highest or High Resource Area housing types which are listed here solely for purposes of the tiebreaker, and must meet the applicable “additional threshold requirements” of Section 10325(g), in addition to the Basic Threshold Requirements in 10325(f). The Committee will employ the tiebreaker at Section 10325(c)(9) in an effort to assure that no single housing type will exceed the following percentage goals where other housing type maximums are not yet reached:
Housing Type
Goal
Large Family
65%
Large Family New Construction receiving the tiebreaker increase for being located in census tracts, or census block groups as applicable, designated on the CTCAC/HCD Opportunity Area Map as Highest or High Resource Areas
30%
Special Needs
30%
Single Room Occupancy (SRO)
15%
At-Risk
15%
Seniors
15%
Rural Acquisition and/or
30% of rural
Rehabilitation
set-aside credits
For purposes of the Acquisition and/or Rehabilitation Housing Type goal within the Rural set aside, a project will be considered an acquisition and/or rehabilitation project if at least 50% of the units were previously residential dwelling units.
A large family new construction project that receives a tiebreaker increase for being located in a Highest or High Resource census tract shall count against both that housing type and the general Large Family housing type.
(i) Geographic Apportionments. Annual apportionments of Federal and State Credit Ceiling shall be made in approximately the amounts shown below:
Geographic Area
Apportionments
City of Los Angeles
17.6%
Balance of Los Angeles County
17.2%
Central Valley Region (Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tulare Counties)
8.6%
San Diego County
8.6%
Inland Empire Region (San Bernardino, Riverside, Imperial Counties)
8.3%
East Bay Region (Alameda and Contra Costa Counties)
7.4%
Orange County
7.3%
South and West Bay Region (San Mateo, Santa Clara Counties)
6.0%
Capital Region (El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yuba, Yolo Counties)
5.7%
Central Coast Region (Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, Ventura Counties)
5.2%
Northern Region (Butte, Marin, Napa, Shasta, Solano, and Sonoma Counties)
4.4%
San Francisco County
3.7%
(j) Credit available for geographic apportionments. Geographic apportionments, as described in this Section, shall be determined prior to, and made available during each reservation cycle in the approximate percentages of the total Federal and State Credit Ceiling available pursuant to Subsection 10310(b), after CTCAC deducts the federal credits set aside in accordance with Section 10315(a) through (g) from the annual Credit Ceiling.

Credits

Note: Authority cited: Section 50199.17, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 12206, 17058 and 23610.5, Revenue and Taxation Code; and Sections 50199.4, 50199.5, 50199.6, 50199.7, 50199.8, 50199.9, 50199.10, 50199.11, 50199.12, 50199.13, 50199.14, 50199.15, 50199.16, 50199.17, 50199.18, 50199.20, 50199.21 and 50199.22, Health and Safety Code.
History
1. New section filed 7-30-90 as an emergency; operative 7-17-90 (Register 90, No. 41). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 11-14-90 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day. This action is not subject to review by OAL (Health and Safety Code section 50199.17). For prior history, see Register 89, No. 2.
2. Readoption as an emergency of action originally filed as emergency on 7-30-90 filed 11-26-90; operative 11-13-90 (Register 91, No. 4). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 3-26-91 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
3. Readoption and amendment of emergency action filed 11-26-90, filed 1-4-91 as an emergency; operative 12-18-90 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 91, No. 8). The regulation will be repealed by operation of law on 4-17-91 unless, before that date, the committee has completed the adoption process pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(b).
4. Readoption of emergency actions and amendment of subsection (c) filed 11-26-90, and 1-4-91 as an emergency filed 4-19-91 as an emergency; operative 3-28-91 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 91, No. 21). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL on 7-26-91 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
5. Certificate of Compliance as to 3-28-91 order transmitted to OAL 7-16-91 and filed 8-15-91 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(b) (Register 91, No. 48).
6. Amendment of subsections (b) and (c) filed 3-16-92 as an emergency; operative 1-16-92 (Register 92, No. 25). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL 7-14-92 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
7. Repealer and new section filed 7-1-92 as an emergency; operative 5-15-92 (Register 92, No. 28). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 11-2-92 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
8. Repealer and new section refiled 11-9-92 as an emergency; operative 8-31-92 (Register 92, No. 46). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL 3-9-93 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
9. Repealer and new section refiled 1-28-93 as an emergency; operative 12-29-92 (Register 93, No. 5). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL 5-28-93 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
10. Repealer and new section refiled 6-15-93 as an emergency; operative 4-2-93 pursuant to Health and Safety Code 50199.17 (Register 93, No. 25). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 7-31-93 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
11. Repealer and new section refiled 10-6-93 as an emergency; operative 7-21-93 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 93, No. 41). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 11-18-93 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
12. Editorial correction of History 10 (Register 93, No. 41).
13. Repealer and new section refiled 12-20-93 as an emergency; operative 11-18-93 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 93, No. 52). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 3-18-94 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
14. Repealer and new section refiled with amendments 5-3-94 as an emergency; operative 1-25-94 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 94, No. 18). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 5-25-94 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
15. Repealer and new section refiled 6-29-94 as an emergency; operative 5-28-94 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 94, No. 26).
16. Repealer and new section refiled 10-24-94 as an emergency; operative 9-22-94 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 94, No. 43). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 1-20-95 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
17. Repealer and new section refiled 1-17-95 as an emergency, including amendment of subsections (a) and (b) and Note; operative 1-20-95 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 95, No. 3). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 5-22-95 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
18. Repealer and new section refiled 7-7-95 as an emergency; operative 5-20-95 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 95, No. 27). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 9-17-95 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
19. New section refiled 7-17-95 as an emergency; operative 5-25-95 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 95, No. 29). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 9-22-95 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
20. New section, including amendment of section and Note, refiled 3-18-96 as an emergency; operative 9-22-95 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 96, No. 12). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 1-20-96 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
21. New section refiled 3-18-96 as an emergency; operative 9-26-95 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 96, No. 13). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 1-24-96 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
22. New section refiled 3-18-96 as an emergency; operative 10-30-95 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 96, No. 14). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 2-27-96 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
23. Repealer and new section filed 8-19-97; operative 2-18-97 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 97, No. 34).
24. Repealer of subsection (a)(1), subsection renumbering, amendment of subsections (b), (e) and (e)(2)-(4), and new subsection (g) filed 7-21-98; operative 11-20-97 and 12-11-97 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 98, No. 30).
25. Amendment filed 7-26-99; operative 6-3-99 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 99, No. 31).
26. Readoption of emergency action filed 7-26-99, operative 6-3-99; filed 4-3-2000 as an emergency; operative 10-12-99 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2000, No. 14).
27. Readoption of emergency action filed 4-3-2000, operative 10-12-99; filed 4-3-2000 as an emergency; operative 2-9-2000 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17, with amendment of section heading and section (Register 2000, No. 14).
28. Emergency readoption without change filed 9-22-2000 of an action originally filed 4-3-2000; operative 6-9-2000 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2000, No. 38).
29. Emergency readoption without change filed 10-23-2000 of an action originally filed 4-3-2000; operative 9-27-2000 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2000, No. 43).
30. Emergency amendment effective pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 upon adoption by the Committee on February 16, 2001, filed with the Secretary of State on March 5, 2001 (Register 2001, No. 10).
Editor's Note: On December 20, 2000, the Committee adopted and made effective an emergency amendment to an earlier version of this regulation; this amendment was superseded by the February 16, 2001 amendment. The December 20, 2000 amendment was filed with the Secretary of State on March 5, 2001; it was not printed in the California Code of Regulations.
31. Emergency readoption without change filed 11-19-2001 of an action most recently filed 3-5-2001; operative 9-17-2001 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2001, No. 47).
32. Emergency adoption effective pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 upon adoption by the Committee on March 19, 2003, filed with the Secretary of State on 5-8-2003 (Register 2003, No. 19).
Editor's Note: These March 19, 2003 emergency regulations supersede prior emergency regulations adopted and made effective by the Committee on January 29, 2003. The January 29 emergency regulations were filed with the Secretary of State on May 8, 2003, but were never printed in the California Code of Regulations.
33. Emergency adoption effective pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 upon adoption by the Committee on February 18, 2004, filed with the Secretary of State on 4-26-2004. These February 18, 2004 emergency regulations supersede prior emergency regulations (Register 2004, No. 18).
34. Emergency adoption effective pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 upon adoption by the Committee on June 16, 2004, filed with the Secretary of State on 7-19-2004. These June 16, 2004 emergency regulations supersede prior emergency regulations (Register 2004, No. 30).
35. Emergency adoption effective pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 upon adoption by the Committee on October 5, 2004, filed with the Secretary of State on 12-16-2004. These October 5, 2004 emergency regulations supersede prior emergency regulations (Register 2004, No. 51).
36. Emergency adoption effective pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 upon adoption by the Committee on February 16, 2005, filed with the Secretary of State on 4-4-2005. These February 16, 2005 emergency regulations supersede prior emergency regulations (Register 2005, No. 14).
37. Emergency readoption of action adopted by the Committee 2-16-2005 and filed with the Secretary of State 4-4-2005; refiled 11-1-2005; readopted by the Committee and effective 9-28-2005 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2005, No. 44).
38. Emergency adoption filed 3-23-2006; conclusively presumed to be an emergency and effective upon adoption by the Committee on 1-18-2006 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c) and (d). This filing supercedes prior emergency regulations and is exempt from the Administrative Procedure Act except as provided in Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (a) and (b) (Register 2006, No. 12).
39. New section replacing prior emergency adoption filed 7-22-2010; operative 2-17-2010. Submitted to OAL for printing only pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2010, No. 30).
40. Amendment of subsection (c)(1), repealer of subsection (e), subsection relettering and amendment of newly designated subsections (e)-(g) filed 4-18-2011; operative date of the amendments is immediately upon adoption by the committee pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c) (Register 2011, No. 16).
41. Amendment of subsection (e) filed 4-11-2012; operative upon adoption by the committee on 2-1-2012 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c) (Register 2012, No. 15).
42. Amendment of subsections (c), (d), (h) and (i) filed 3-19-2013; operative upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 1-23-2013 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for printing only (Register 2013, No. 12).
43. Amendment filed 3-28-2014; operative upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 1-29-2014 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.77(c). Submitted to OAL for printing only (Register 2014, No. 13).
44. Amendment of subsections (b) and (c) filed 5-7-2015; operative upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 1-21-2015 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for printing only (Register 2015, No. 19).
45. Editorial correction of subsection (g) (Register 2015, No. 52).
46. Amendment of subsections (b), (b)(1)(C), (c), (c)(2) and (g) filed 12-28-2015; operative upon adoption by the Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 10-21-2015 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2016, No. 1).
47. Amendment filed 2-9-2017; operative upon adoption by the Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 12-14-2016 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c) (Register 2017, No. 6).
48. Amendment of first paragraph and subsections (b), (c), (c)(2), (e), (h) and (i) filed 2-22-2018; operative upon adoption by the Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 12-13-2017 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2018, No. 8).
49. Amendment of subsections (b), (b)(4)(C) and (i) filed 2-7-2019; operative upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 12-12-2018 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2019, No. 6).
50. Amendment of subsection (h) filed 5-4-2020; operative upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 4-3-2020 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2020, No. 19).
51. Amendment of subsection (h) filed 6-11-2020; operative upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 4-14-2020 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2020, No. 24).
52. Amendment of subsection (h) filed 8-14-2020; operative 6-17-2020. Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2020, No. 33).
53. Amendment of subsection (c)(2) and Note filed 8-8-2022; operative upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 7-20-2022 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17 (Register 2022, No. 32).
54. Amendment of subsections (b), (b)(4), (c)-(c)(1), (d)-(e) and (h) filed 3-13-2023; operative upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 1-18-2023 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17. Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Government Code section 11343.8 (Register 2023, No. 11).
55. Amendment of subsections (b), (c)-(c)(2) and (i) filed 3-12-2024; operative 1-24-2024 upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Government Code section 11343.8 (Register 2024, No. 11).
56. Amendment of subsection (b) filed 5-20-2024; operative upon adoption by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee on 4-3-2024 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 50199.17(c). Submitted to OAL for filing and printing only pursuant to Government Code section 11343.8 (Register 2024, No. 21).
This database is current through 7/5/24 Register 2024, No. 27.
Cal. Admin. Code tit. 4, § 10315, 4 CA ADC § 10315
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