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Time-Share Plan Preliminary Public Report-Application Instructions RE 603E - California

Time-Share Plan Preliminary Public Report-Application Instructions Form. This is a California form and can be used in Subdivisions Bureau Of Real Estate Statewide .
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State of California bureau of real eState Time-Share Preliminary Public rePorT aPPlicaTion inSTrucTionS RE 603E (Rev. 7/15) Packet contents RE 603F RE 603G RE 603H RE 605 RE 612 RE 612A Time-Share Preliminary Public Report ­ Application Submittal Time-Share Preliminary Public Report ­ Application Preliminary Public Report ­ Time-Share Plan Subdivision Filing Fees Reservation Instrument Reservation Deposit Handling Agreement are true, accurate and complete. Filing Fee Submit a certified check, money order or check payable to "Bureau of Real Estate" for the required filing fee. Note: The check must be dated not more than 90 days before the application is received by CalBRE. Do not send cash. Attach the fee to the photocopy of page 1 of RE 603G. SubdiviSionS General aPPlication information This is an application for a preliminary public report for a timeshare plan. It does not constitute a notice of intention for a final public report. A preliminary public report must be obtained before a developer may advertise or take reservations on time-share interests. A final public report must be obtained before any time-share interest may be sold or leased. If all filing requirements are met a preliminary public report will normally be issued within 14 days after receipt of the application. How to aPPly -- wHat to submit To obtain a preliminary public report, complete and submit the following forms to the Subdivisions Technical Unit at the Bureau of Real Estate (refer to "Where to File Your Application" on page 2). Application Submittal (Preliminary Public Report) (RE 603F) Complete information under "Public Report Information." Check the appropriate boxes in the "Items Submitted" column that correspond to each item enclosed. All items with an asterisk (*) must be submitted before your file will be accepted. Submit any additional documents that are applicable. If any of the items are deficient, CalBRE will check the box in the "Deficient" column, add comments if necessary, and return the form for corrections to the contact person, also known as the single responsible party (SRP) or contact person shown on the application. Preliminary Public Report Application (RE 603G) Submit the original and one additional copy of page 1. a) Answer all questions in the application. If an item is not applicable, state NA. Filing fees include the basic filing fee and preliminary public report fee, plus a time-share interest fee for each time-share interest to be covered by this preliminary public report. Refer to Subdivision Filing Fees (RE 605) to calculate the appropriate fee. Typed Preliminary Public Report (RE 603H) Submit the original and three copies (reproduced on pink paper). Note: All preliminary public reports are printed on pink paper so that they are easily distinguishable from final public reports, which are printed on white paper. Complete RE 603H as outlined below: a) Time-Share Plan Information [front page] Enter the name of developer, tract or map name and number, advertising name, county and state only. CalBRE will complete the file number, issuance date, and expiration date fields. b) Location and Size [page 2] This time-share plan contains (#) interests (#) accomodations and is located at (street address or cross streets) within the city limits of (city/town) or approximately (#) miles from (city/town) within the State of California.. c) Reservation Money Handling [page 2] Add the name and street address of the escrow depository. Do not use a post office box. Address Labels Prepare five, self-adhesive, self-addressed address labels for the SRP of this project and another five for the developer. Example: Mr. John Smith Smith Company 123 Main Street Anywhere, CA 90000 b) Item #5 (SRP) - Only one individual may be listed as the SRP. This individual may be contacted to answer any questions and will receive the preliminary public report when issued. Do not request that correspondence or extra copies of the public report be sent to other parties. In addition, copies of all written communications to the SRP will be sent to the developer. Item #16 (Certification) ­ The certification states that all representations made in the application, including all exhibits, wHere to file your aPPlication Bureau of Real Estate Subdivisions Technical Unit 1651 Exposition Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95815 Mailing address: P.O. Box 137005 Sacramento, CA 95813-7005 Telephone: (916) 263-8929 The Bureau of Real Estate does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, domestic partnership, religion, age, sexual orientation or disability in employment or the provision of services. American LegalNet, Inc. RE 603E Preliminary Public rePort issuance Procedure The Bureau will review your pre-typed preliminary public report, and if the documents meet CalBRE standard, the report will be returned to the SRP. You are required to duplicate the preliminary public report on pink paper and provide a copy to each party making a reservation. receiPt for Public rePort (required by b&P code section 11236) Each prospective purchaser must be given a copy of the public report for which a receipt must be completed and retained for three years. A Receipt for Public Report (Time-Share Plan) (RE 614B) shall be used by the developer. (Refer to Figure A.) A copy of RE 614B will be provided when the public report is issued. The receipt is to be kept on file by the developer or his/her representative/agent for three years. B&P Code Section 11236(a) states, "A receipt on the form specified herein shall be taken by or on behalf of the developer from each person executing a reservation agreement under authority of a preliminary public report and each person who has made a written offer to purchase or lease a time-share interest under authority of a preliminary, conditional, or final public report." Subsection (b) of Section 11236 provides that the receipt shall be retained for a period of three years from the date of the receipt and shall be available for inspection by CalBRE during regular business hours. B&P Code Section 11234 stipulates when and to whom the developer or developer's agent or salesperson must give copies of the public report. The developer shall provide the public report to each purchaser of a time-share interest in any time-share plan at the time of purchase. The public report shall be in writing and dated and shall require the purchaser to certify in wri
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