File an appeal or complaint
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: All appeals and complaints must be in writing. Most appeals and all complaints must clearly identify the facts that form the basis for an appeal or a complaint, all known parties, and specify the remedy or relief requested. Failure to identify the factual basis for an appeal/complaint subject to this requirement may result in the matter being rejected by the Appeals Division. Further, the appellant or complainant should include a copy of the determination or action that is the subject of the appeal or complaint. The Appeal Form must be received by the Appeals Division of SPB within the applicable time lines for the specific type of appeal or complaint as outlined in the California Code of Regulations, title 2, section 52.4 and Appeals Resource Guide.
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