The home care licensing law applies only to some companies that offer non-medical care services. So, if you are not legally regarded as a Home Care Organization, then you are not mandated to follow the licensing requirement. For example, some of these legally exempt organizations include retirement communities that give continuing care, residential care facilities that assist seniors, hospice agencies, employment agencies, health facilities, and county service providers; so what to say of a landlord-tenant situation which is much more removed than those.
You can apply for a court injunction to stop CCL from harassing you on this front. It can be done by filing a declaratory judgment action against them under this CA law:
California Code of Civil Procedure Sections 1060-1062.5 CHAPTER 8. DECLARATORY RELIEF
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