SANTA BARBARA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
RULE 203 - TRANSFER
(Adopted 10/18/1971, revised 5/1/1972, readopted 10/23/1978, revised 4/17/1997)
This Rule shall apply to any person transferring operation or ownership of permitted equipment.
See Rule 102 for definitions.
An Authority to Construct or Permit to Operate shall not be transferable, whether by operation of law or otherwise, either from one location to another, or from one piece of equipment to another, except for those items specifically noted on the permit as being portable and/or relocatable.
Any application to transfer a permit from one permit holder to another shall be accompanied by a filing fee as specified in Rule 210, Schedule F. A change in business name only is not a transfer and shall not be assessed a fee.
An application for the transfer of ownership only shall constitute a temporary Permit to Operate if authorized by Health and Safety Code Section 42301(f). The Control Officer shall approve an application for the transfer of a permit if all of the following requirements are met:
b. a written agreement or other written proof of transfer of ownership deemed sufficient by the Control Officer which specifies the date of ownership transfer has been submitted to the District;
c. the permit has been reviewed by the District to determine that permit conditions are adequate to ensure compliance with, and enforceability of, District rules and regulations applicable to the article, machine or contrivance for which the permit was issued;
d. where D(1)(c) has not been met, the Control Officer shall require that the permit be revised to specify the permit conditions necessary in accordance with all applicable rules and regulations; and
e. all fees associated with the permit have been paid.