Law:Division 13.1. Santa Clara County Traffic Authority (California)
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Ca Codes (puc:140280) Public Utilities Code Section 140280
140280. (a) The repeal of Division 13 (commencing with Section 140000), and the termination of the Santa Clara County Traffic Authority, do not impair either the validity of any transactions and use tax imposed by the authority prior to its termination, or the power or obligation of the State Board of Equalization to administer the collection of the tax, including audits and prosecutions related to the tax. Upon notice to the State Board of Equalization, given in accordance to the notice procedures specified in the Agreement for the State Administration of District Transactions and Use Taxes executed between the Santa Clara County Traffic Authority and the board, the authority may assign and sell to another legal entity the right to receive the revenue derived from the tax and determined by the State Board of Equalization to be available for transmittal. The State Board of Equalization shall be bound by that assignment upon the required notice. If the authority does not assign the right to receive the revenue derived from the tax, the revenue shall be transmitted to the Santa Clara County Transit District. All revenue transmitted to the Santa Clara County Transit District pursuant to this section shall be expended solely for purposes authorized by Division 13 (commencing with Section 140000) prior to the repeal of that division. The right to receive the assigned revenues shall be limited to the receipt thereof, and shall not extend to any audit privileges or access to confidential information of the State Board of Equalization. (b) Notwithstanding Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 57450) of Part 5 of Division 3 of Title 5 of the Government Code, upon termination of the Santa Clara County Traffic Authority, the Santa Clara County Transit District shall be the successor for purposes of winding up the affairs of the traffic authority.