Bureau of Cannabis Control Emergency Regulations CODE OF REGULATIONS TITLE 16 DIVISION
§ 5018. Additional Grounds for Denial of a License
In addition to the reasons for denial in Business and Professions Code section 26057, a license
may be denied for the following reasons:
(a) The applicant’s premises does not fully comply with standards set in regulation.
(b) The applicant’s premises is substantially different from the diagram of the premises
submitted by the applicant, in that the size, layout, location of common entryways, doorways, or
passage ways, means of public entry or exit, or identification of limited-access areas within the
licensed premises is not the same.
(c) The applicant denied the Bureau access to the premises.
(d) The applicant made a material misrepresentation on the application.
(e) The applicant did not correct the deficiencies within the application in accordance with
sections 5002 and 5012 of this division.
(f) The applicant has been denied a license, permit, or other authorization to engage in
commercial cannabis activity by a state or local licensing authority.
(g) The applicant’s premises is not in compliance with Division 13 (commencing with Section
21000) of the Public Resources Code.
(h) The applicant has failed to remit taxes as required under the Revenue and Taxation Code. (i) The applicant may be denied a license for any violations of law related to the operations of the
commercial cannabis business or for any violations of law related to licensure.
Authority: Section 26013, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 480, 490, 26012,
26030 and 26050, Business and Professions Code