California Business and Professions Code > Bus. & Prof. Code §11246. Inventory Control System Certification
With each application for an amendment or renewal of a public report, and with the initial submittal of an application for a time-share plan in which sales have occurred prior to obtaining a California public report, the developer shall submit to the commissioner a certification by an independent third party acceptable to the commissioner and dated not more than three months prior to the submittal of the application, stating that the inventory control system, described in paragraph (6) of subdivision (c) of Section 11226 functions in accordance with the description set forth in that section. The certification shall be based on a random sampling of transactions performed within the six months preceding the date of the application. Inventory control systems that cover time-share estates for which the developer offers, and the title insurance company agrees to provide title insurance, shall not require certification. Independent title insurance companies licensed to do business as such in this state and independent certified public accountants shall be deemed acceptable third parties in accordance with this section.