California Government Code
(Last Updated August 2008)

California Government Code Section 1
This act shall be known as the Government Code.
California Government Code Section 2
The provisions of this code in so far as they are substantially the same as existing statutory provisions relating to the same subject matter shall...
California Government Code Section 3
All persons who at the time this code takes effect, hold office under any of the acts repealed by this code, which offices are continued by this...
California Government Code Section 4
No action or proceeding commenced before this code takes effect, and no right accrued, is affected by this code, but all procedure thereafter taken...
California Government Code Section 5
Unless the provision or the context otherwise requires, these general provisions, rules of construction, and definitions shall govern the...
California Government Code Section 6
Title, division, part, chapter, article, and section headings do not in any manner affect the scope, meaning, or intent of the provisions of this...
California Government Code Section 7
Whenever a power is granted to, or a duty is imposed upon, a public officer, the power may be exercised or the duty may be performed by a deputy of...
California Government Code Section 7.5
Whenever, by any law, the director of any state department is made a member of a state board, commission, or committee, or of the governing body of...
California Government Code Section 7.6
(a) If by law, any officer whose office is created by the California Constitution is made a member of a state board, commission, or committee, or of...
California Government Code Section 7.7
The provisions of Sections 7.5 and 7.6 do not affect or modify in any manner the provisions of Section 7.
California Government Code Section 7.8
Notwithstanding anything in this code to the contrary, the Directors of Finance, General Services, and Education may appoint any deputy or assistant...
California Government Code Section 7.9
(a) Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, the Controller, the Treasurer, the Director of Finance, or the Superintendent of Public...
California Government Code Section 7.9a
At the request of the Controller, two employees of that officer, in addition to those provided for in Section 7.9, shall be classified and...
California Government Code Section 8
Writing includes any form of recorded message capable of comprehension by ordinary visual means. Whenever any notice, report, statement, or record...
California Government Code Section 9
Whenever reference is made to any portion of this code or of any other law of this State, the reference applies to all amendments and additions now...
California Government Code Section 10
"Section" means a section of this code unless some other statute is specifically mentioned. "Subdivision" means a subdivision of the section in...
California Government Code Section 11
The present tense includes the past and future tenses; and the future, the present.
California Government Code Section 12
The masculine gender includes the feminine and neuter.
California Government Code Section 12.5
The Legislature hereby declares its intent that the terms "man" or "men" where appropriate shall be deemed "person" or "persons" and any references...
California Government Code Section 13
The singular number includes the plural, and the plural the singular.
California Government Code Section 14
"Shall" is mandatory and "may" is permissive.
California Government Code Section 15
"Oath" includes affirmation.
California Government Code Section 16
"Signature" or "subscription" includes mark when the signer or subscriber can not write, such signer's or subscriber's name being written near the...
California Government Code Section 16.5
(a) In any written communication with a public entity, as defined in Section 811.2, in which a signature is required or used, any party to the...
California Government Code Section 17
"Person" includes any person, firm, association, organization, partnership, limited liability company, business trust, corporation, or company.
California Government Code Section 18
"State" means the State of California, unless applied to the different parts of the United States. In the latter case, it includes the District of...
California Government Code Section 19
"County" includes city and county.
California Government Code Section 20
"City" includes "city and county" and "incorporated town," but does not include "unincorporated town" or "village."
California Government Code Section 21
"Town" includes "unincorporated town" and "village."
California Government Code Section 22
"Process" includes a writ or summons issued in the course of judicial proceedings of either a civil or criminal nature.
California Government Code Section 23
If any provision of this code, or the application thereof to any person or circumstance, is held invalid, the remainder of the code, or the...
California Government Code Section 24
The Legislature hereby declares its intent that the term "workmen's compensation" shall hereafter also be known as "workers' compensation." In...
California Government Code Section 25
(a) For purposes of this code, "assessed value" means 25 percent of full value to, and including, the 1980-81 fiscal year, and 100 percent of full...
California Government Code Section 26
For the purposes of this code, "recycled water" or "reclaimed water" has the same meaning as recycled water as defined in subdivision (n) of Section...
California Government Code Section 100
(a) The sovereignty of the state resides in the people thereof, and all writs and processes shall issue in their name. (b) The style of all...
California Government Code Section 110
The sovereignty and jurisdiction of this State extends to all places within its boundaries as established by the Constitution. The extent of such...
California Government Code Section 111
The jurisdiction of the State over certain lands designated in the following statutes is subject to the cession of jurisdiction granted the United...
California Government Code Section 112
The State has accepted the retrocession of jurisdiction over certain lands by the following statutes: (a) Statutes of 1935, Chapter 828,...
California Government Code Section 113
The Legislature of California hereby consents to the retrocession of jurisdiction by the United States of land within this state upon and subject to...
California Government Code Section 115
All jurisdiction ceded to the United States by this article is limited by the terms of any retrocession of jurisdiction heretofore or hereafter...
California Government Code Section 118
The State consents to the use by the United States of the territorial waters of the State adjacent to any land on the coast of the State now or...
California Government Code Section 119
Exclusive jurisdiction shall be and the same is hereby ceded to the United States over and within all of the territory which is now or may hereafter...
California Government Code Section 126
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, general or special, the Legislature of California hereby cedes concurrent criminal jurisdiction to the...
California Government Code Section 127
In addition to other records maintained by the State Lands Commission, the commission shall prepare and maintain an adequate index or record of...
California Government Code Section 160
The line run and marked by the United States Government under the Act of June 10, 1872, 17 Stat. 358 (1872) from the southern boundary of the State...
California Government Code Section 170
To give greater precision to the boundary of the State of California as defined in Article XXI of the Constitution, it is hereby declared that the...
California Government Code Section 171
All waters between the mainland and the outermost of the islands, reefs and rocks along and adjacent to the coast of the State of California from...
California Government Code Section 172
The reference in Section 1 of Article XV of the Constitution to "the navigable waters of this State," the reference in Section 2 of the same article...
California Government Code Section 175
The interstate compact executed between the States of Arizona and California, as set forth in Section 176 of this chapter, fixing the location of the
California Government Code Section 176
The provisions of the interstate compact between the States of Arizona and California referred to in Section 175 are as follows: INTERSTATE...
California Government Code Section 177
The Interstate Civil Defense and Disaster Compact as set forth in Section 178 executed between the State of California, through its then Governor,...
California Government Code Section 178
The provisions of the Interstate Civil Defense and Disaster Compact between the State of California and other states which are parties to the compact
California Government Code Section 178.5
In addition to any other authority conferred upon him, the Governor is authorized and may execute for, on behalf of, and in the name of the State of...
California Government Code Section 179
(a) It is the intent of the State of California to continue its long history of sharing emergency response resources with other states during times...
California Government Code Section 179.5
The provisions of the Emergency Management Assistance Compact between the State of California and other states that are parties to the compact...
California Government Code Section 179.7
(a) Notwithstanding Article 6 of the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, as set forth in Section 179.5, the state shall indemnify and make whole
California Government Code Section 179.8
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Emergency Management Assistance Compact, as set forth in Section 179.5, the state shall not deploy any...
California Government Code Section 179.9
This article shall become inoperative on March 1, 2012, and, as of January 1, 2013, is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that becomes...
California Government Code Section 180
As used herein, "property" includes real and personal property.
California Government Code Section 181
The original and ultimate right to all property within the limits of the State is in the people thereof.
California Government Code Section 182
All property within the limits of the State, which does not belong to any person, belongs to the people. Whenever the title to any property fails...
California Government Code Section 183
The State may acquire property by taxation in the modes authorized by law.
California Government Code Section 185
The Governor may execute and deliver to the United States all necessary deeds or other conveyances on behalf of the State, in any case where the...
California Government Code Section 186
(a) As used in succeeding subdivisions of this section "public domain" refers to such portion of the public domain of the State of California as is...
California Government Code Section 200
The State has the rights prescribed in this article over persons within its limits, to be exercised in the cases and in the manner provided by law.
California Government Code Section 201
The State may punish for crime.
California Government Code Section 202
The state may imprison or confine for the protection of the public peace or health or of individual life or safety.
California Government Code Section 203
The State may establish custody and restraint of: (a) Mentally ill persons, insane persons, chronic inebriates, and other persons of unsound...
California Government Code Section 204
The State may require services of persons, with or without compensation: In military duty; in jury duty; as witnesses; as town officers; in highway...
California Government Code Section 240
The people, as a political body, consist of: (a) Citizens who are electors. (b) Citizens not electors.
California Government Code Section 241
The citizens of the State are: (a) All persons born in the State and residing within it, except the children of transient aliens and of alien...
California Government Code Section 242
Persons in the State not its citizens are either: (a) Citizens of other States; or (b) Aliens.
California Government Code Section 243
Every person has, in law, a residence.
California Government Code Section 244
In determining the place of residence the following rules shall be observed: (a) It is the place where one remains when not called elsewhere for...
California Government Code Section 245
Absence from this state, on business of the state or of the United States, shall not affect the question of residence of any person.
California Government Code Section 270
Every person while within the State is subject to its jurisdiction and entitled to its protection.
California Government Code Section 271
Allegiance is the obligation of fidelity and obedience which every citizen owes to the State.
California Government Code Section 272
Allegiance may be renounced by a change of residence.
California Government Code Section 273
A citizen of the United States who is not a citizen of the State, has the same rights and duties as a citizen of the State not an elector.
California Government Code Section 274
An elector has no rights or duties beyond those of a citizen not an elector, except the right and duty of holding office and voting.
California Government Code Section 275.2
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a public officer who is a minor shall have the rights and liabilities of an adult, both civil and...
California Government Code Section 399
(a) There shall be a seal of this state, which shall be called "the Great Seal of the State of California." (b) The Great Seal of the state shall...
California Government Code Section 400
The design of the Great Seal of the State shall correspond substantially with the following representation thereof: * * * * * * * * ...
California Government Code Section 401
Any document signed prior to August 27, 1937, by the Governor, the Secretary of State, or both of them and bearing an impression purporting to be an...
California Government Code Section 402
(a) Every person who maliciously or for commercial purposes uses or allows to be used any reproduction or facsimile of the Great Seal of the State in
California Government Code Section 402.5
(a) In addition to the acts prohibited by Section 402, a person who uses or allows to be used any reproduction or facsimile of the Great Seal of the...
California Government Code Section 403
All grants and commissions shall be kept in the name and by the authority of the people of the State of California, sealed with the Great Seal of the
California Government Code Section 404
(a) No person shall represent, either directly or indirectly, that the State of California is sponsoring or endorsing a world's fair or exhibition...
California Government Code Section 405
When the Great Seal of the state is prepared in color, the following colors shall be used: The field of the seal shall be Independence Blue, Cable
California Government Code Section 420
The Bear Flag is the State Flag of California. As viewed with the hoist end of the flag to the left of the observer there appears in the upper...
California Government Code Section 420.5
"Eureka" is the official State Motto.
California Government Code Section 420.75
"The Golden State" is the official State Nickname.
California Government Code Section 421
The golden poppy (Eschscholtzia) is the official State Flower. April 6 of each year is hereby designated California Poppy Day.
California Government Code Section 421.5
(a) West Coast Swing Dance is the official state dance. (b) The Square Dance is the official state folk dance.
California Government Code Section 421.7
"I Love You, California," a song published in 1913 with lyrics by F.B. Silverwood and music by A.F. Frankenstein, is an official state song.
California Government Code Section 422
The California redwood (Sequoia sempervirens, Sequoia gigantea) is the official state tree.
California Government Code Section 422.5
The California desert tortoise (gopherus agassizi) is the official state reptile.
California Government Code Section 423
The California valley quail (Lophortyx californica) is the official bird and avifaunal emblem of the State.
California Government Code Section 423.5
"The Californian" is the official state tall ship.
California Government Code Section 424
The official colors of the State are blue and gold. The specifications, references, and designations for the official colors are as follows: ...
California Government Code Section 424.3
(a) The tartan defined in subdivision (b) is the official State Tartan, and may be claimed by any resident of the state. (b) The official State...
California Government Code Section 424.5
The California dog-face butterfly (Zerene eurydice) is the official State Insect.
California Government Code Section 425
The state animal is the California Grizzly Bear (Ursus Californicus) as depicted in outline, details, and in colors on the official representation in
California Government Code Section 425.1
Native gold is the official State Mineral and mineralogic emblem.
California Government Code Section 425.2
Serpentine is the official State Rock and lithologic emblem.
California Government Code Section 425.3
Benitoite is the official state gemstone.
California Government Code Section 425.5
The California gray whale (Eschrichtius robustus) is the official State Marine Mammal.
California Government Code Section 425.6
The garibaldi (Hypsypops rubicundus) is the official state marine fish.
California Government Code Section 425.7
The saber-toothed cat (Smilodon californicus) is the official State Fossil.
California Government Code Section 425.8
The Chipped Stone Bear (bear-shaped eccentric) is the official state prehistoric artifact.
California Government Code Section 425.9
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that San Joaquin Soil is the official soil of California. It is one of four soils to be originally described...
California Government Code Section 425.10
Purple needlegrass, or Nassella pulchra, is the official State Grass.
California Government Code Section 426
The general design and the details of the Seal of the Governor of the State of California, excluding colors, shall correspond substantially with the...
California Government Code Section 427
When the seal of the Governor is prepared in colors, the Bear Flag shall be shown in colors as set forth in Section 420; the blue field back of the...
California Government Code Section 428
The general design and details of the flag of the Governor of the State of California, excluding colors, shall correspond substantially with the...
California Government Code Section 429
When the flag of the Governor is prepared in colors, the following colors shall be used: The field of the flag shall be Yale Blue, Cable No....
California Government Code Section 429.5
The California Historical Society is the official state historical society.
California Government Code Section 429.6
The California State Military Museum and Resource Center is the official state military museum.
California Government Code Section 429.7
Bodie is the official state gold rush ghost town.
California Government Code Section 429.8
Calico is the official state silver rush ghost town.
California Government Code Section 430
The Flag of the United States and the Flag of the State of California (the Bear Flag) shall be prominently installed, displayed, and maintained in...
California Government Code Section 431
The Flag of the United States and the Flag of the State shall be prominently displayed during business hours upon or in front of the buildings or...
California Government Code Section 432
The Flag of the United States and the Flag of the State shall be prominently displayed during any and all games and performances of every kind which...
California Government Code Section 433
The National and State Flags shall be carried at the head of any procession or parade of: (a) The National Guard. (b) The California State...
California Government Code Section 434
Where the installation or display of the Flag of the United States and the Flag of the State in a place publicly owned, whether by the State, a...
California Government Code Section 434.5
(a) As used in this section, the following terms have the following meaning: (1) "Legal right" means the freedom of use and enjoyment generally...
California Government Code Section 435
Where a city or county has adopted an official flag, it is unlawful for any other city or county to adopt an official flag so similar that it might...
California Government Code Section 436
Where the National and State Flags are used, they shall be of the same size. If only one flagpole is used, the National Flag shall be above the...
California Government Code Section 437
The superior court having jurisdiction of the offense shall enforce this chapter on the complaint of any citizen of the county.
California Government Code Section 438
All United States Flags now in the possession of state, county, city, and district agencies, or hereafter acquired by such agencies under contracts...
California Government Code Section 439
The Adjutant General shall, by regulation, prescribe rules regarding the times, places, and manner in which the State Flag may be displayed. He...
California Government Code Section 440
The general design and details of the Seal of the Senate of the State of California, excluding colors, shall correspond substantially with the...
California Government Code Section 441
When the Seal of the Senate is prepared in color, the following colors shall be used: The outer circle and the words "Seal of the Senate of the...
California Government Code Section 442
The use of the Seal of the Senate shall be as prescribed by the Rules of the Senate. Every person who maliciously or for commercial purposes or...
California Government Code Section 445
The general design and details of the Seal of the Assembly of the State of California, excluding colors, shall correspond substantially with the...
California Government Code Section 446
When the Seal of the Assembly is prepared in color, the following colors shall be used: The outer circle and the words "California State Assembly"
California Government Code Section 447
The use of the Seal of the Assembly shall be as prescribed by the Rules of the Assembly. Every person who maliciously or for commercial purposes or...
California Government Code Section 450
The permanent seat of government of the state is at the City of Sacramento, but the Governor shall designate by written proclamation an alternative...
California Government Code Section 460
The state is divided into counties. The names, boundaries, and territorial subdivisions thereof are declared in Title 3 (commencing with Section...
California Government Code Section 500
The legal distances in the State are fixed in this chapter.
California Government Code Section 501
When mileage is allowed by law to any person, the distance shall be computed as fixed in this chapter.
California Government Code Section 502
From the county seat of Alameda County to Sacramento it is eighty-four (84) miles.
California Government Code Section 503
From the county seat of Alpine County to Sacramento it is two hundred and twenty-five (225) miles.
California Government Code Section 504
From the county seat of Amador County to Sacramento it is fifty-nine (59) miles.
California Government Code Section 505
From the county seat of Butte County to Sacramento it is eighty-six (86) miles.
California Government Code Section 506
From the county seat of Calaveras County to Sacramento it is seventy-three (73) miles.
California Government Code Section 507
From the county seat of Colusa County to Sacramento it is seventy-seven (77) miles.
California Government Code Section 508
From the county seat of Contra Costa County to Sacramento it is sixty-two (62) miles.
California Government Code Section 509
From the county seat of Del Norte County to Sacramento it is three hundred and sixty-four (364) miles.
California Government Code Section 510
From the county seat of El Dorado County to Sacramento it is sixty (60) miles.
California Government Code Section 511
From the county seat of Fresno County to Sacramento it is one hundred and sixty-nine (169) miles.
California Government Code Section 512
From the county seat of Glenn County to Sacramento it is eighty-eight (88) miles.
California Government Code Section 513
From the county seat of Humboldt County to Sacramento it is three hundred and twelve (312) miles.
California Government Code Section 514
From the county seat of Imperial County to Sacramento it is six hundred sixty-one (661) miles.
California Government Code Section 515
From the county seat of Inyo County to Sacramento it is four hundred and sixty-six (466) miles.
California Government Code Section 516
From the county seat of Kern County to Sacramento it is two hundred and seventy-eight (278) miles.
California Government Code Section 517
From the county seat of Kings County to Sacramento it is two hundred and fourteen (214) miles.
California Government Code Section 518
From the county seat of Lake County to Sacramento it is one hundred and sixty (160) miles.
California Government Code Section 519
From the county seat of Lassen County to Sacramento it is two hundred and sixty (260) miles.
California Government Code Section 520
From the county seat of Los Angeles County to Sacramento it is four hundred and forty-seven (447) miles.
California Government Code Section 521
From the county seat of Madera County to Sacramento it is one hundred and forty-seven (147) miles.
California Government Code Section 522
From the county seat of Marin County to Sacramento it is one hundred and five (105) miles.
California Government Code Section 523
From the county seat of Mariposa County to Sacramento it is one hundred and eighty (180) miles.
California Government Code Section 524
From the county seat of Mendocino County to Sacramento it is one hundred and fifty (150) miles.
California Government Code Section 525
From the county seat of Merced County to Sacramento it is one hundred and fourteen (114) miles.
California Government Code Section 526
From the county seat of Modoc County to Sacramento it is three hundred and twenty-four (324) miles.
California Government Code Section 527
From the county seat of Mono County to Sacramento it is two hundred and ninety-six (296) miles.
California Government Code Section 528
From the county seat of Monterey County to Sacramento it is two hundred and eight (208) miles.
California Government Code Section 529
From the county seat of Napa County to Sacramento it is sixty-one (61) miles.
California Government Code Section 530
From the county seat of Nevada County to Sacramento it is seventy-seven (77) miles.
California Government Code Section 531
From the county seat of Orange County to Sacramento it is four hundred and eighty-one (481) miles.
California Government Code Section 532
From the county seat of Placer County to Sacramento it is thirty-seven (37) miles.
California Government Code Section 533
From the county seat of Plumas County to Sacramento it is one hundred and thirty-six (136) miles.
California Government Code Section 534
From the county seat of Riverside County to Sacramento it is five hundred and twelve (512) miles.
California Government Code Section 535
From the county seat of Sacramento to the State Capitol it is one (1) mile.
California Government Code Section 536
From the county seat of San Benito County to Sacramento it is one hundred and seventy-three (173) miles.
California Government Code Section 537
From the county seat of San Bernardino County to Sacramento it is five hundred and eight (508) miles.
California Government Code Section 538
From the county seat of San Diego County to Sacramento it is five hundred and seventy-three (573) miles.
California Government Code Section 539
From the City of San Francisco to Sacramento it is ninety (90) miles.
California Government Code Section 540
From the county seat of San Joaquin County to Sacramento it is forty-eight (48) miles.
California Government Code Section 541
From the county seat of San Luis Obispo County to Sacramento it is three hundred and forty-three (343) miles.
California Government Code Section 542
From the county seat of San Mateo County to Sacramento it is one hundred and nineteen (119) miles.
California Government Code Section 543
From the county seat of Santa Barbara County to Sacramento it is four hundred and sixty (460) miles.
California Government Code Section 544
From the county seat of Santa Clara County to Sacramento it is one hundred and twenty-eight (128) miles.
California Government Code Section 545
From the county seat of Santa Cruz County to Sacramento it is one hundred and ninety-eight (198) miles.
California Government Code Section 546
From the county seat of Shasta County to Sacramento it is one hundred and seventy-one (171) miles.
California Government Code Section 547
From the county seat of Sierra County to Sacramento it is one hundred and nineteen (119) miles.
California Government Code Section 548
From the county seat of Siskiyou County to Sacramento it is two hundred and ninety-five (295) miles.
California Government Code Section 549
From the county seat of Solano County to Sacramento it is forty (40) miles.
California Government Code Section 550
From the county seat of Sonoma County to Sacramento it is ninety (90) miles.
California Government Code Section 551
From the county seat of Stanislaus County to Sacramento it is seventy-seven (77) miles.
California Government Code Section 552
From the county seat of Sutter County to Sacramento it is fifty-eight (58) miles.
California Government Code Section 553
From the county seat of Tehama County to Sacramento it is one hundred and thirty-five (135) miles.
California Government Code Section 554
From the county seat of Trinity County to Sacramento it is two hundred and seventeen (217) miles.
California Government Code Section 555
From the county seat of Tulare County to Sacramento it is two hundred and six (206) miles.
California Government Code Section 556
From the county seat of Tuolumne County to Sacramento it is one hundred and twenty-five (125) miles.
California Government Code Section 557
From the county seat of Ventura County to Sacramento it is four hundred and ninety (490) miles.
California Government Code Section 558
From the county seat of Yolo County to Sacramento it is twenty-three (23) miles.
California Government Code Section 559
From the county seat of Yuba County to Sacramento it is fifty-two (52) miles.
California Government Code Section 800
(a) In any civil action to appeal or review the award, finding, or other determination of any administrative proceeding under this code or under any...
California Government Code Section 810
Unless the provision or context otherwise requires, the definitions contained in this part govern the construction of this division.
California Government Code Section 810.2
"Employee" includes an officer, judicial officer as defined in Section 327 of the Elections Code, employee, or servant, whether or not compensated,...
California Government Code Section 810.4
"Employment" includes office or employment.
California Government Code Section 810.6
"Enactment" means a constitutional provision, statute, charter provision, ordinance or regulation.
California Government Code Section 810.8
"Injury" means death, injury to a person, damage to or loss of property, or any other injury that a person may suffer to his person, reputation,...
California Government Code Section 811
"Law" includes not only enactments but also the decisional law applicable within this State as determined and declared from time to time by the...
California Government Code Section 811.2
"Public entity" includes the State, the Regents of the University of California, a county, city, district, public authority, public agency, and any...
California Government Code Section 811.4
"Public employee" means an employee of a public entity.
California Government Code Section 811.6
"Regulation" means a rule, regulation, order or standard, having the force of law, adopted by an employee or agency of the United States pursuant to...
California Government Code Section 811.8
"Statute" means an act adopted by the Legislature of this State or by the Congress of the United States, or a statewide initiative act.
California Government Code Section 811.9
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, judges, subordinate judicial officers, and court executive officers of the superior courts are state...
California Government Code Section 814
Nothing in this part affects liability based on contract or the right to obtain relief other than money or damages against a public entity or public...
California Government Code Section 814.2
Nothing in this part shall be construed to impliedly repeal any provision of Division 4 (commencing with Section 3201) or Division 4.5 (commencing...
California Government Code Section 815
Except as otherwise provided by statute: (a) A public entity is not liable for an injury, whether such injury arises out of an act or omission of...
California Government Code Section 815.2
(a) A public entity is liable for injury proximately caused by an act or omission of an employee of the public entity within the scope of his...
California Government Code Section 815.3
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, unless the elected official and the public entity are named as codefendants in the same action,
California Government Code Section 815.4
A public entity is liable for injury proximately caused by a tortious act or omission of an independent contractor of the public entity to the same...
California Government Code Section 815.6
Where a public entity is under a mandatory duty imposed by an enactment that is designed to protect against the risk of a particular kind of injury,...
California Government Code Section 816
A public entity is not liable for injury arising out of any activity conducted by a member of the California National Guard pursuant to Section 316,...
California Government Code Section 818
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a public entity is not liable for damages awarded under Section 3294 of the Civil Code or other damages...
California Government Code Section 818.2
A public entity is not liable for an injury caused by adopting or failing to adopt an enactment or by failing to enforce any law.
California Government Code Section 818.4
A public entity is not liable for an injury caused by the issuance, denial, suspension or revocation of, or by the failure or refusal to issue, deny,
California Government Code Section 818.5
The Department of Motor Vehicles is liable for any injury to a lienholder or good faith purchaser of a vehicle proximately caused by the department's
California Government Code Section 818.6
A public entity is not liable for injury caused by its failure to make an inspection, or by reason of making an inadequate or negligent inspection,...
California Government Code Section 818.7
No board, commission, or any public officer or employee of the state or of any district, county, city and county, or city is liable for any damage or
California Government Code Section 818.8
A public entity is not liable for an injury caused by misrepresentation by an employee of the public entity, whether or not such misrepresentation be
California Government Code Section 818.9
A court or county, its employees, independent contractors, and volunteers shall not be liable because of any advice provided to small claims court...
California Government Code Section 820
(a) Except as otherwise provided by statute (including Section 820.2), a public employee is liable for injury caused by his act or omission to the...
California Government Code Section 820.2
Except as otherwise provided by statute, a public employee is not liable for an injury resulting from his act or omission where the act or omission...
California Government Code Section 820.21
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of the law, the civil immunity of juvenile court social workers, child protection workers, and other public...
California Government Code Section 820.25
(a) For purposes of Section 820.2, the decision of a peace officer, as defined in Sections 830.1 and 830.2 of the Penal Code, or a state or local law
California Government Code Section 820.4
A public employee is not liable for his act or omission, exercising due care, in the execution or enforcement of any law. Nothing in this section...
California Government Code Section 820.6
If a public employee acts in good faith, without malice, and under the apparent authority of an enactment that is unconstitutional, invalid or...
California Government Code Section 820.8
Except as otherwise provided by statute, a public employee is not liable for an injury caused by the act or omission of another person. Nothing in...
California Government Code Section 820.9
Members of city councils, mayors, members of boards of supervisors, members of school boards, members of governing boards of other local public...
California Government Code Section 821
A public employee is not liable for an injury caused by his adoption of or failure to adopt an enactment or by his failure to enforce an enactment.
California Government Code Section 821.2
A public employee is not liable for an injury caused by his issuance, denial, suspension or revocation of, or by his failure or refusal to issue,...
California Government Code Section 821.4
A public employee is not liable for injury caused by his failure to make an inspection, or by reason of making an inadequate or negligent inspection,
California Government Code Section 821.5
A public entity or a public employee acting within the scope of his employment is not liable for failing to prohibit or restrict the time that cargo...
California Government Code Section 821.6
A public employee is not liable for injury caused by his instituting or prosecuting any judicial or administrative proceeding within the scope of his
California Government Code Section 821.8
A public employee is not liable for an injury arising out of his entry upon any property where such entry is expressly or impliedly authorized by...
California Government Code Section 822
A public employee is not liable for money stolen from his official custody. Nothing in this section exonerates a public employee from liability if...
California Government Code Section 822.2
A public employee acting in the scope of his employment is not liable for an injury caused by his misrepresentation, whether or not such...
California Government Code Section 823
Neither the widow, widower, nor the heirs of a peace officer, as defined in Sections 830.1, 830.2, and 830.32 of the Penal Code, shall be liable...
California Government Code Section 825
(a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, if an employee or former employee of a public entity requests the public entity to defend him or...
California Government Code Section 825.2
(a) Subject to subdivision (b), if an employee or former employee of a public entity pays any claim or judgment against him, or any portion thereof,...
California Government Code Section 825.4
Except as provided in Section 825.6, if a public entity pays any claim or judgment against itself or against an employee or former employee of the...
California Government Code Section 825.6
(a) (1) Except as provided in subdivision (b), if a public entity pays any claim or judgment, or any portion thereof, either against itself or...
California Government Code Section 827
A provider of health care, as defined in Section 56.05 of the Civil Code, its officers, employees, agents, and subcontractors, who are defended by...
California Government Code Section 830
As used in this chapter: (a) "Dangerous condition" means a condition of property that creates a substantial (as distinguished from a minor,...
California Government Code Section 830.1
For purposes of this chapter, seismic safety improvements or fire sprinkler improvements which are owned, built, controlled, operated, and maintained
California Government Code Section 830.2
A condition is not a dangerous condition within the meaning of this chapter if the trial or appellate court, viewing the evidence most favorably to...
California Government Code Section 830.4
A condition is not a dangerous condition within the meaning of this chapter merely because of the failure to provide regulatory traffic control...
California Government Code Section 830.5
(a) Except where the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur is applicable, the happening of the accident which results in the injury is not in and of itself...
California Government Code Section 830.6
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable under this chapter for an injury caused by the plan or design of a construction of, or an...
California Government Code Section 830.8
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable under this chapter for an injury caused by the failure to provide traffic or warning signals,
California Government Code Section 830.9
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for an injury caused by the operation or nonoperation of official traffic control signals...
California Government Code Section 831
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for an injury caused by the effect on the use of streets and highways of weather conditions...
California Government Code Section 831.2
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for an injury caused by a natural condition of any unimproved public property, including but...
California Government Code Section 831.21
(a) Public beaches shall be deemed to be in a natural condition and unimproved notwithstanding the provision or absence of public safety services...
California Government Code Section 831.25
(a) Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for any damage or injury to property, or for emotional distress unless the plaintiff has...
California Government Code Section 831.3
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for any injury occurring on account of the grading or the performance of other maintenance or
California Government Code Section 831.4
A public entity, public employee, or a grantor of a public easement to a public entity for any of the following purposes, is not liable for an injury
California Government Code Section 831.5
(a) The Legislature declares that innovative public access programs, such as agreements with public land trusts, can provide effective and...
California Government Code Section 831.6
Neither the State nor an employee of the State is liable under this chapter for any injury caused by a condition of the unimproved and unoccupied...
California Government Code Section 831.7
(a) Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable to any person who participates in a hazardous recreational activity, including any person
California Government Code Section 831.8
(a) Subject to subdivisions (d) and (e), neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable under this chapter for an injury caused by the...
California Government Code Section 831.9
(a) The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works shall maintain a record of all known or reported injuries incurred by the public in the...
California Government Code Section 835
Except as provided by statute, a public entity is liable for injury caused by a dangerous condition of its property if the plaintiff establishes that
California Government Code Section 835.2
(a) A public entity had actual notice of a dangerous condition within the meaning of subdivision (b) of Section 835 if it had actual knowledge of the
California Government Code Section 835.4
(a) A public entity is not liable under subdivision (a) of Section 835 for injury caused by a condition of its property if the public entity...
California Government Code Section 840
Except as provided in this article, a public employee is not liable for injury caused by a condition of public property where such condition exists...
California Government Code Section 840.2
An employee of a public entity is liable for injury caused by a dangerous condition of public property if the plaintiff establishes that the property
California Government Code Section 840.4
(a) A public employee had actual notice of a dangerous condition within the meaning of subdivision (b) of Section 840.2 if he had actual personal...
California Government Code Section 840.6
(a) A public employee is not liable under subdivision (a) of Section 840.2 for injury caused by a dangerous condition of public property if he...
California Government Code Section 844
As used in this chapter, "prisoner" includes an inmate of a prison, jail, or penal or correctional facility. For the purposes of this chapter, a...
California Government Code Section 844.6
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, except as provided in this section and in Sections 814, 814.2, 845.4, and 845.6, or in Title...
California Government Code Section 845
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for failure to establish a police department or otherwise to provide police protection...
California Government Code Section 845.2
Except as provided in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 830), neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for failure to provide a...
California Government Code Section 845.4
Neither a public entity nor a public employee acting within the scope of his employment is liable for interfering with the right of a prisoner to...
California Government Code Section 845.6
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for injury proximately caused by the failure of the employee to furnish or obtain medical...
California Government Code Section 845.8
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for: (a) Any injury resulting from determining whether to parole or release a prisoner or
California Government Code Section 846
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for injury caused by the failure to make an arrest or by the failure to retain an arrested...
California Government Code Section 850
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for failure to establish a fire department or otherwise to provide fire protection service.
California Government Code Section 850.2
Neither a public entity that has undertaken to provide fire protection service, nor an employee of such a public entity, is liable for any injury...
California Government Code Section 850.4
Neither a public entity, nor a public employee acting in the scope of his employment, is liable for any injury resulting from the condition of fire...
California Government Code Section 850.6
(a) Whenever a public entity provides fire protection or firefighting service outside of the area regularly served and protected by the public entity
California Government Code Section 850.8
Any member of an organized fire department, fire protection district, or other firefighting unit of either the state or any political subdivision,...
California Government Code Section 854
As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires, "medical facility" includes a hospital, infirmary, clinic, dispensary, mental...
California Government Code Section 854.1
(a) It is the intent of the Legislature to ensure continuity of care for clients of Agnews Developmental Center. (b) In the effort to achieve...
California Government Code Section 854.2
As used in this chapter, "mental institution" means any state hospital for the care and treatment of the mentally disordered or the mentally...
California Government Code Section 854.3
As used in this chapter, "county psychiatric hospital" means the hospital, ward, or facility provided by the county pursuant to the provisions of...
California Government Code Section 854.4
As used in this chapter, "mental illness or addiction" means any condition for which a person may be detained, cared for, or treated in a mental...
California Government Code Section 854.5
As used in this chapter, "confine" includes admit, commit, place, detain, or hold in custody.
California Government Code Section 854.8
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, except as provided in this section and in Sections 814, 814.2, 855, and 855.2, a public entity...
California Government Code Section 855
(a) A public entity that operates or maintains any medical facility that is subject to regulation by the State Department of Health Services, Social...
California Government Code Section 855.2
Neither a public entity nor a public employee acting within the scope of his employment is liable for interfering with the right of an inmate of a...
California Government Code Section 855.4
(a) Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for an injury resulting from the decision to perform or not to perform any act to promote
California Government Code Section 855.6
Except for an examination or diagnosis for the purpose of treatment, neither a public entity nor a public employee acting within the scope of his...
California Government Code Section 855.8
(a) Neither a public entity nor a public employee acting within the scope of his employment is liable for injury resulting from diagnosing or failing
California Government Code Section 856
(a) Neither a public entity nor a public employee acting within the scope of his employment is liable for any injury resulting from determining in...
California Government Code Section 856.2
(a) Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for: (1) An injury caused by an escaping or escaped person who has been confined for...
California Government Code Section 856.4
Except as provided in Section 815.6, neither a public entity nor a public employee acting in the scope of his employment is liable for an injury...
California Government Code Section 856.6
(a) A public entity, public employee, or volunteer, participating in the National Influenza Program of 1976, shall not be liable for an injury caused
California Government Code Section 860
As used in this chapter, "tax" includes a tax, assessment, fee or charge.
California Government Code Section 860.2
Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for an injury caused by: (a) Instituting any judicial or administrative proceeding or...
California Government Code Section 860.4
Nothing in this chapter affects any law relating to refund, rebate, exemption, cancellation, amendment or adjustment of taxes.
California Government Code Section 862
(a) As used in this section, "pesticide" means: (1) An "economic poison" as defined in Section 12753 of the Agricultural Code; (2) An...
California Government Code Section 865
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that: (a) The gradual movement of land, such as in prehistoric slide areas, or as a result of subsidence
California Government Code Section 866
(a) Subject to the provisions of subdivisions (b) and (c), in the event of public necessity and to avoid impending peril to persons or property as a...
California Government Code Section 867
An employee of a local public entity is not liable for damages for injury to persons or property resulting from an impending peril or from any action
California Government Code Section 895
As used in this chapter "agreement" means a joint powers agreement entered into pursuant to Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 6500) of Division 7 of
California Government Code Section 895.2
Whenever any public entities enter into an agreement, they are jointly and severally liable upon any liability which is imposed by any law other than
California Government Code Section 895.4
As part of any agreement, the public entities may provide for contribution or indemnification by any or all of the public entities that are parties...
California Government Code Section 895.6
Unless the public entities that are parties to an agreement otherwise provide in the agreement, if a public entity is held liable upon any judgment...
California Government Code Section 895.8
Except for Section 895.6, this chapter applies to any agreement between public entities, whether entered into before or after the effective date of...
California Government Code Section 900
Unless the provision or context otherwise requires, the definitions contained in this article govern the construction of this part.
California Government Code Section 900.2
"Board" means: (a) In the case of a local public entity, the governing body of the local public entity. (b) In the case of the state, except as
California Government Code Section 900.3
A "judicial branch entity" is a public entity and means any superior court, court of appeals, the Supreme Court, the Judicial Council, or the...
California Government Code Section 900.4
"Local public entity" includes a county, city, district, public authority, public agency, and any other political subdivision or public corporation...
California Government Code Section 900.6
"State" means the State and any office, officer, department, division, bureau, board, commission or agency of the State claims against which are paid
California Government Code Section 901
For the purpose of computing the time limits prescribed by Sections 911.2, 911.4, 912, and 945.6, the date of the accrual of a cause of action to...
California Government Code Section 905
There shall be presented in accordance with Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 900) and Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 910) all claims for money...
California Government Code Section 905.1
No claim is required to be filed to maintain an action against a public entity for taking of, or damage to, private property pursuant to Section 19...
California Government Code Section 905.2
(a) This section shall apply to claims against the state filed with the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board. (b) There...
California Government Code Section 905.3
Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, no claim shall be submitted by a local agency or school district, nor shall a claim be...
California Government Code Section 905.4
Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 900) and Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 910) of this part shall not be construed to be an exclusive means for...
California Government Code Section 905.5
A school district, its officers, directors, or employees shall have no civil liability in any civil action for injury, disease, death, or economic...
California Government Code Section 905.6
This part does not apply to claims against the Regents of the University of California.
California Government Code Section 905.7
All claims against a judicial branch entity for money or damages based upon an express contract or for an injury for which the judicial branch entity
California Government Code Section 905.8
Nothing in this part imposes liability upon a public entity unless such liability otherwise exists.
California Government Code Section 906
(a) As used in this section, "amount allowed on the claim" means the amount allowed by the public entity on a claim allowed in whole or in part or...
California Government Code Section 907
A local public entity, as defined in Section 900.4, may offset any delinquent amount due it for services rendered to any other local public entity. ...
California Government Code Section 910
A claim shall be presented by the claimant or by a person acting on his or her behalf and shall show all of the following: (a) The name and post...
California Government Code Section 910.2
The claim shall be signed by the claimant or by some person on his behalf. Claims against local public entities for supplies, materials, equipment...
California Government Code Section 910.4
The board shall provide forms specifying the information to be contained in claims against the state or a judicial branch entity. The person...
California Government Code Section 910.6
(a) A claim may be amended at any time before the expiration of the period designated in Section 911.2 or before final action thereon is taken by the
California Government Code Section 910.8
If, in the opinion of the board or the person designated by it, a claim as presented fails to comply substantially with the requirements of Sections...
California Government Code Section 911
Any defense as to the sufficiency of the claim based upon a defect or omission in the claim as presented is waived by failure to give notice of...
California Government Code Section 911.2
(a) A claim relating to a cause of action for death or for injury to person or to personal property or growing crops shall be presented as provided...
California Government Code Section 911.3
(a) When a claim that is required by Section 911.2 to be presented not later than six months after accrual of the cause of action is presented after...
California Government Code Section 911.4
(a) When a claim that is required by Section 911.2 to be presented not later than six months after the accrual of the cause of action is not...
California Government Code Section 911.6
(a) The board shall grant or deny the application within 45 days after it is presented to the board. The claimant and the board may extend the...
California Government Code Section 911.8
(a) Written notice of the board's action upon the application shall be given in the manner prescribed by Section 915.4. (b) If the application is
California Government Code Section 912.2
If an application for leave to present a claim is granted by the board pursuant to Section 911.6, the claim shall be deemed to have been presented to
California Government Code Section 912.4
(a) The board shall act on a claim in the manner provided in Section 912.6, 912.7, or 912.8 within 45 days after the claim has been presented. If a...
California Government Code Section 912.6
(a) In the case of a claim against a local public entity, the board may act on a claim in one of the following ways: (1) If the board finds the...
California Government Code Section 912.7
The Judicial Council shall act on a claim against a judicial branch entity or judge of one of those entities in accordance with the procedure that...
California Government Code Section 912.8
Except as provided in Section 912.7, in the case of claims against the state, the board shall act on claims in accordance with that procedure as the...
California Government Code Section 913
(a) Written notice of the action taken under Section 912.6, 912.7, or 912.8 or the inaction which is deemed rejection under Section 912.4 shall be...
California Government Code Section 913.2
The board may, in its discretion, within the time prescribed by Section 945.6 for commencing an action on the claim, re-examine a previously rejected
California Government Code Section 915
(a) A claim, any amendment thereto, or an application to the public entity for leave to present a late claim shall be presented to a local public...
California Government Code Section 915.2
If a claim, amendment to a claim, or application to a public entity for leave to present a late claim is presented or sent by mail under this...
California Government Code Section 915.4
(a) The notices provided for in Sections 910.8, 911.8, and 913 shall be given by either of the following methods: (1) Personally delivering the...
California Government Code Section 920
As used in this chapter, "omnibus claim appropriation" means an act of appropriation, or an item of appropriation in a budget act, by which the...
California Government Code Section 920.2
Promptly following the effective date of an omnibus claim appropriation, the board or its secretary shall submit to the Controller a claim covering...
California Government Code Section 920.4
If the Controller believes or has reason to believe that the payment of any portion of the omnibus claim appropriation may violate the provisions of...
California Government Code Section 920.6
Unless the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 60 days after receipt of such notice advises the board in writing that the Legislature desires...
California Government Code Section 920.8
If the Joint Legislative Budget Committee advises the board that the Legislature desires to reconsider any part of the omnibus claim appropriation...
California Government Code Section 925
As used in this chapter, "board" means the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.
California Government Code Section 925.2
Claims for expenses of either house of the Legislature or members or committees thereof are exempt from Section 13920 and this chapter, except...
California Government Code Section 925.4
Any person having a claim against the State for which appropriations have been made, or for which state funds are available, may present it to the...
California Government Code Section 925.6
(a) The Controller shall not draw his or her warrant for any claim until it has been audited by him or her in conformity with law and the general...
California Government Code Section 925.8
If the Controller approves a claim he shall draw his warrant for the amount approved in favor of the claimant.
California Government Code Section 926
If he disapproves a claim, the Controller shall file it and a statement of his disapproval and his reasons with the board as prescribed in the rules...
California Government Code Section 926.2
The Controller shall not entertain for a second time a claim against the State once rejected by him or by the Legislature unless such facts are...
California Government Code Section 926.4
Any person who is aggrieved by the disapproval of a claim by the Controller, may appeal to the board. If the board finds that facts are presented...
California Government Code Section 926.6
After final rejection of a claim by the Controller following reconsideration, any person interested may appeal to the Legislature by filing with the...
California Government Code Section 926.8
Whenever a governmental agency of the United States, in the collection of taxes or amounts owing to it, is authorized by federal law to levy...
California Government Code Section 926.10
Any public entity as defined by Section 811.2 having a liquidated claim against any other public entity based on contract or statute of the State of...
California Government Code Section 926.16
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no local assistance funds shall be used by any state agency to make penalty payments required under...
California Government Code Section 926.19
(a) Unless otherwise provided for by statute, any state agency that fails to pay a person any undisputed payment or refund due to that person shall...
California Government Code Section 927
(a) This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the California Prompt Payment Act. (b) It is the intent of the Legislature that state agencies
California Government Code Section 927.1
(a) (1) A state agency that acquires property or services pursuant to a contract with a business, including any approved change order or contract...
California Government Code Section 927.2
The following definitions apply to this chapter: (a) "Claim schedule" means a schedule of invoices prepared and submitted by a state agency to the
California Government Code Section 927.3
Except where payment is made directly by a state agency pursuant to Section 927.6, any undisputed invoice received by a state agency shall be...
California Government Code Section 927.4
Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, to avoid late payment penalties, the maximum time from state agency receipt of an undisputed invoice to
California Government Code Section 927.5
This chapter shall not apply to claims for reimbursement for health care services provided under the Medi-Cal program, unless the Medi-Cal health...
California Government Code Section 927.6
(a) State agencies shall pay applicable penalties, without requiring that the claimant submit an additional invoice for these amounts, whenever the...
California Government Code Section 927.7
The Controller shall pay claimants within 15 calendar days of receipt of a correct claim schedule from the state agency. If the Controller fails to...
California Government Code Section 927.8
State agencies shall avoid seeking any additional appropriation to pay penalties that accrue as a result of the agency' s failure to make timely...
California Government Code Section 927.9
(a) On an annual basis, within 90 calendar days following the end of each fiscal year, state agencies shall provide the Director of General Services...
California Government Code Section 927.10
State agencies shall encourage claimants to promptly pay their subcontractors and suppliers, especially those that are small businesses. In...
California Government Code Section 927.11
(a) Except in the case of a contract with a certified small business, a nonprofit organization, or a nonprofit public benefit corporation, if an...
California Government Code Section 927.12
Section 926.10 shall not apply to any contract covered by this chapter.
California Government Code Section 930
(a) Any state agency may include in any written agreement to which the agency is a party, provisions governing the following: (1) The...
California Government Code Section 930.2
The governing body of a local public entity may include in any written agreement to which the entity, its governing body, or any board or employee...
California Government Code Section 930.4
A claims procedure established by agreement made pursuant to Section 930 or Section 930.2 exclusively governs the claims to which it relates, except...
California Government Code Section 930.6
A claims procedure established by agreement made pursuant to Section 930 or Section 930.2 may include a requirement that a claim be presented and...
California Government Code Section 935
(a) Claims against a local public entity for money or damages which are excepted by Section 905 from Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 900) and...
California Government Code Section 935.2
A charter provision, or a local public entity by ordinance or resolution, may establish a claims board or commission of not less than three members...
California Government Code Section 935.4
A charter provision, or a local public entity by ordinance or resolution, may authorize an employee of the local public entity to perform those...
California Government Code Section 935.6
(a) The Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board may authorize any state agency to settle and pay claims filed pursuant to Section 905.2 if...
California Government Code Section 935.7
(a) Notwithstanding Section 935.6, the Department of Transportation may deny or adjust and pay any claim arising out of the activities of the...
California Government Code Section 935.8
The Judicial Council may adjust and pay any claim arising out of the activities of a judicial branch entity or judge thereof. The Judicial Council...
California Government Code Section 940
Unless the provision or context otherwise requires, the definitions contained in this article govern the construction of this part.
California Government Code Section 940.2
"Board" means: (a) In the case of a local public entity, the governing body of the local public entity. (b) In the case of the state, except as
California Government Code Section 940.3
A "judicial branch entity" is a public entity and means any superior court, court of appeals, the Supreme Court, the Judicial Council, or the...
California Government Code Section 940.4
"Local public entity" includes a county, city, district, public authority, public agency, and any other political subdivision or public corporation...
California Government Code Section 940.6
"State" means the State and any office, officer, department, division, bureau, board, commission or agency of the State claims against which are paid
California Government Code Section 942
Nothing in this division shall be construed to deprive a claimant of the right to resort to writ of mandate or other proceeding against the public...
California Government Code Section 943
This part does not apply to claims or actions against the Regents of the University of California nor to claims or actions against an employee or...
California Government Code Section 944
Nothing in this part imposes liability upon a public entity unless such liability otherwise exists.
California Government Code Section 945
A public entity may sue and be sued.
California Government Code Section 945.2
Except as otherwise provided by law, the rules of practice in civil actions apply to actions brought against public entities.
California Government Code Section 945.3
No person charged by indictment, information, complaint, or other accusatory pleading charging a criminal offense may bring a civil action for money...
California Government Code Section 945.4
Except as provided in Sections 946.4 and 946.6, no suit for money or damages may be brought against a public entity on a cause of action for which a...
California Government Code Section 945.6
(a) Except as provided in Sections 946.4 and 946.6 and subject to subdivision (b), any suit brought against a public entity on a cause of action for...
California Government Code Section 945.8
Except where a different statute of limitations is specifically applicable to the public entity, and except as provided in Sections 930.6 and 935,...
California Government Code Section 946
Where a claim that is required to be presented to a public entity in accordance with Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 900) and Chapter 2...
California Government Code Section 946.4
(a) Where provision is made by or pursuant to law that no suit may be brought against a public agency as defined in Section 53050 unless and until a...
California Government Code Section 946.6
(a) If an application for leave to present a claim is denied or deemed to be denied pursuant to Section 911.6, a petition may be made to the court...
California Government Code Section 948
(a) The head of the state agency concerned, upon recommendation of the Attorney General or other attorney authorized to represent the state, may...
California Government Code Section 948.1
The Judicial Council may settle, adjust, or compromise any pending action arising out of the activities of a judicial branch entity or judge thereof.
California Government Code Section 949
The governing body of a local public entity may compromise, or may delegate the authority to its attorney or an employee to compromise, any pending...
California Government Code Section 950
Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, a claim need not be presented as a prerequisite to the maintenance of an action against a public...
California Government Code Section 950.2
Except as provided in Section 950.4, a cause of action against a public employee or former public employee for injury resulting from an act or...
California Government Code Section 950.4
A cause of action against a public employee or former public employee is not barred by Section 950.2 if the plaintiff pleads and proves that he did...
California Government Code Section 950.6
When a written claim for money or damages for injury has been presented to the employing public entity: (a) A cause of action for such injury may...
California Government Code Section 950.8
Any provision of a charter, ordinance or regulation heretofore or hereafter adopted by a local public entity which requires the presentation of a...
California Government Code Section 951
Notwithstanding Section 425.10 of the Code of Civil Procedure, any complaint for damages in any civil action brought against a publicly elected or...
California Government Code Section 955
The proper court for trial of actions against the State for the taking or damaging of private property for public use is a court of competent...
California Government Code Section 955.1
(a) The science of earthquake prediction is developing rapidly and, although still largely in a research stage, such predictions are now being...
California Government Code Section 955.2
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, where the State is named as a defendant in any action or proceeding for death or injury to person or...
California Government Code Section 955.3
Notwithstanding any provision of law, when a city, county, or city and county, or local agency is a plaintiff in an action or proceeding against the...
California Government Code Section 955.4
Except as provided in Sections 811.9, 955.6, 955.8, and 955.9: (a) Service of summons in all actions on claims against the state shall be made on...
California Government Code Section 955.6
In actions for the taking or damaging of private property for public use within the meaning of Section 19 of Article I of the Constitution on claims...
California Government Code Section 955.8
In actions for the taking or damaging of private property for public use within the meaning of Section 14 of Article I of the Constitution on claims...
California Government Code Section 955.9
In actions on claims against a judicial branch entity, service of summons shall be made on: (a) The court executive officer, in actions on claims...
California Government Code Section 956
Whenever the State has acquired by gift, under the will of a decedent or through a decree of distribution in the estate of a decedent, or otherwise...
California Government Code Section 960
As used in this chapter, "public agency" has the meaning given that term by Section 53050.
California Government Code Section 960.2
Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, service of process in an action or proceeding against a public agency may be made in the manner
California Government Code Section 960.3
(a) If it is shown by affidavit to the satisfaction of the court or judge that the circumstances required by Section 960.2 exist, the court or judge...
California Government Code Section 960.4
Upon receipt of the copies of process pursuant to Section 960.3, the Secretary of State shall give notice of the service of the process to the...
California Government Code Section 960.5
The Attorney General, until he is relieved of further responsibility in the manner provided in Section 960.4, or until the matter has been reduced to
California Government Code Section 960.8
Service of process in an action or proceeding against a public agency may be made in conformity with the information contained in the statement in...
California Government Code Section 962
Upon entry of a verdict against a public entity in excess of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) in an action for personal injury or wrongful...
California Government Code Section 965
(a) Upon the allowance by the Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board of all or part of a claim for which the Director of Finance certifies...
California Government Code Section 965.1
Pursuant to Section 13909, the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board may delegate to the executive officer the authority to...
California Government Code Section 965.2
(a) The Controller shall draw a warrant for the payment of any final judgment or settlement against the state whenever the Director of Finance...
California Government Code Section 965.3
(a) The Attorney General shall notify the Controller in writing when all claims for which an appropriation is made to the the Department of Justice...
California Government Code Section 965.4
The Governor shall report to the Legislature, at each session, all judgments or settlements against the State not theretofore reported.
California Government Code Section 965.5
(a) A judgment for the payment of money against the state or a state agency is enforceable until 10 years after the time the judgment becomes final...
California Government Code Section 965.6
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, neither the state nor a judicial branch entity, nor any officers or employees thereof, may be required by
California Government Code Section 965.65
(a) If a request is made for certification of availability of funds, approval of a settlement, or inclusion of a claim in a claims bill pursuant to...
California Government Code Section 965.7
(a) A writ of mandate is an appropriate remedy to compel the state, or an officer or employee of the state, to perform any act required by this...
California Government Code Section 965.8
Where any provision of this division requires a certificate of the Director of Finance or the Director of Transportation that a sufficient...
California Government Code Section 965.9
This chapter does not apply to claims, settlements, and judgments against the Regents of the University of California.
California Government Code Section 970
As used in this article: (a) "Fiscal year" means a year beginning on July 1 and ending on June 30 unless the local public entity has adopted a...
California Government Code Section 970.1
(a) A judgment is enforceable until 10 years after the time the judgment becomes final or, if the judgment is payable in installments, until 10 years
California Government Code Section 970.2
A local public entity shall pay any judgment in the manner provided in this article. A writ of mandate is an appropriate remedy to compel a local...
California Government Code Section 970.4
Except as provided in Section 970.6, the governing body of a local public entity shall pay, to the extent funds are available in the fiscal year in...
California Government Code Section 970.5
Except as provided in Section 970.6, if a local public entity does not pay a judgment, with interest thereon, during the fiscal year in which it...
California Government Code Section 970.6
(a) The court which enters the judgment shall order that the governing body pay the judgment, with interest thereon, in not exceeding 10 equal annual
California Government Code Section 970.8
(a) Each local public entity shall in each fiscal year include in its budget a provision to provide funds in an amount sufficient to pay all...
California Government Code Section 971
(a) As used in this section: (1) "Judgment resulting from a discretionary act" means a judgment arising from a liability which the local public...
California Government Code Section 971.2
(a) All judgments for which a local public entity is liable are legal investments for all trust funds, and for the funds of all insurance companies,...
California Government Code Section 975
As used in this article: (a) "Board" means the governing body of a local taxing entity. (b) "Local taxing entity" means a local public entity...
California Government Code Section 975.2
Whenever the board deems it necessary for the local taxing entity to incur a bonded indebtedness to fund all or any portion of an outstanding...
California Government Code Section 975.4
Notice of the hearing shall be given by publication of a copy of the resolution pursuant to Section 6066 in a newspaper of general circulation...
California Government Code Section 975.6
The copy of the resolution published or posted shall be accompanied by a notice subscribed by the clerk or secretary of the local taxing entity...
California Government Code Section 975.8
At the time and place fixed for the hearing on the resolution or at any time and place to which the hearing is adjourned, the board shall proceed...
California Government Code Section 976
After the board has made its determination pursuant to Section 975.8, if it deems it necessary to incur the bonded indebtedness, it shall by...
California Government Code Section 976.2
The resolution made pursuant to Section 976 shall constitute the notice of such election and such resolution shall be published pursuant to Section...
California Government Code Section 976.4
The board shall provide for holding the election in the same manner as provided by law in respect to general elections of the local taxing entity so...
California Government Code Section 976.6
Every elector authorized to vote in general elections of the local taxing entity may vote on the proposition to authorize the bonds.
California Government Code Section 976.8
If two-thirds or more of the votes cast upon the proposition at the election are in favor of incurring the bonded indebtedness, the board may issue...
California Government Code Section 977
The board shall prescribe the form of the bonds. The bonds may be issued in denominations not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000) and not less...
California Government Code Section 977.2
The board may provide for the redemption of bonds issued under this article before maturity at prices determined by it. A bond shall not be subject...
California Government Code Section 977.4
The bonds shall be signed by the presiding officer of the board and countersigned by the clerk or secretary of the local taxing entity, and the...
California Government Code Section 977.6
The local taxing entity may sell the bonds at the times or in the manner the board deems to be to the public interest. The bonds shall be sold on...
California Government Code Section 977.8
An action to determine the validity of bonds may be brought pursuant to Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 860) of Title 10 of Part 2 of the Code of...
California Government Code Section 978
Any bonds issued by any local taxing entity under the provisions of this article have the same force, value and use as bonds issued by any...
California Government Code Section 978.2
Bonds issued under this article constitute general obligations of the local taxing entity for the payment of both principal and interest of which all
California Government Code Section 978.4
The proceeds from the sale of bonds issued pursuant to this article shall not be used for any purpose other than the purpose stated in the resolution
California Government Code Section 978.6
The board may by resolution adopted by two-thirds vote of all its members declare that no part of a described bond issue authorized under this...
California Government Code Section 978.8
The authority provided in this article is in addition and supplementary to any other law authorizing public entities to issue bonds to fund an...
California Government Code Section 984
(a) As used in this section, "not insured" includes a public entity that has no liability insurance or is self-insured by itself, or through an...
California Government Code Section 985
(a) As used in this section: (1) "Collateral source payment" includes either of the following: (A) The direct provision of services prior to...
California Government Code Section 985
(a) As used in this section: (1) "Collateral source payment" includes either of the following: (A) The direct provision of services prior to...
California Government Code Section 989
As used in this part, "local public entity" means any public entity except a state agency covered by Section 11007.4 of the Government Code.
California Government Code Section 990
Except for a liability which may be insured against pursuant to Division 4 (commencing with Section 3200) of the Labor Code, a local public entity...
California Government Code Section 990.2
A county may insure any officer or attache of its superior and municipal courts against all or any part of the officer or attache's liability for...
California Government Code Section 990.4
The insurance authorized by this part may be provided by: (a) Self-insurance, which may be, but is not required to be, funded by appropriations to
California Government Code Section 990.6
The cost of the insurance authorized by this part is a proper charge against the local public entity.
California Government Code Section 990.8
(a) Two or more local public entities, by a joint powers agreement made pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section 6500) of Chapter 5 of Division
California Government Code Section 990.9
Any city, county, city and county, or any other local public entity with authority to provide health care services may provide insurance or provide...
California Government Code Section 991
Where an enactment, other than this part, authorizes or requires a local public entity to insure against its liability or the liability of its...
California Government Code Section 991.2
Neither the authority provided by this part to insure, nor the exercise of such authority, shall: (a) Impose any liability upon the local public...
California Government Code Section 995
Except as otherwise provided in Sections 995.2 and 995.4, upon request of an employee or former employee, a public entity shall provide for the...
California Government Code Section 995.2
(a) A public entity may refuse to provide for the defense of a civil action or proceeding brought against an employee or former employee if the...
California Government Code Section 995.3
(a) If a state employee provides his or her own defense against an action brought for an alleged violation of Section 8547.3, and if it is...
California Government Code Section 995.4
A public entity may, but is not required to, provide for the defense of: (a) An action or proceeding brought by the public entity to remove,...
California Government Code Section 995.6
A public entity is not required to provide for the defense of an administrative proceeding brought against an employee or former employee, but a...
California Government Code Section 995.8
A public entity is not required to provide for the defense of a criminal action or proceeding (including a proceeding to remove an officer under...
California Government Code Section 995.9
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon a request made in writing to a public entity, the public entity may defend or indemnify or defend...
California Government Code Section 996
A public entity may provide for a defense pursuant to this part by its own attorney or by employing other counsel for this purpose or by purchasing...
California Government Code Section 996.4
If after request a public entity fails or refuses to provide an employee or former employee with a defense against a civil action or proceeding...
California Government Code Section 996.6
The rights of an employee or former employee under this part are in addition to and not in lieu of any rights he may have under any contract or under
California Government Code Section 997
The Legislature finds and declares that, in order to aid the victims of the collapse of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and the I-880 Cypress...
California Government Code Section 997.1
(a) Any person may file an application with the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board for compensation based on personal...
California Government Code Section 997.2
The application of any individual who was injured as a result of the collapse of the Bay Bridge or I-880 Cypress structure caused by the October 17,...
California Government Code Section 997.3
(a) If the board determines that an applicant pursuant to this part is eligible for compensation, and upon receipt of all information it deems...
California Government Code Section 997.4
For the purpose of computing the time limits applicable to the date of the accrual of a cause of action against any party, other than the State of...
California Government Code Section 997.5
There is hereby created within the State Treasury the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and I-880 Cypress Structure Disaster Fund for the purpose of...
California Government Code Section 997.6
The board may adopt regulations pursuant to Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 to implement this part. ...
California Government Code Section 998
The Legislature finds and declares that in order to alleviate the economic and social disruptions arising out of the Lake Davis Northern Pike...
California Government Code Section 998.1
(a) The sum of two million eight hundred sixty-seven thousand six hundred sixty-seven dollars ($2,867,667) is hereby transferred from the Lake Davis...
California Government Code Section 998.2
(a) Any person or business may file an application with the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board for compensation based on...
California Government Code Section 998.3
(a) If the office of the Attorney General or its designee determines that an applicant pursuant to this part is eligible for compensation, upon...
California Government Code Section 1000
Executive officers are either: (a) Civil. (b) Military.
California Government Code Section 1001
The civil executive officers are: a Governor; a private secretary and an executive secretary for the Governor; a Lieutenant Governor; a Secretary of
California Government Code Section 1020
A person is incapable of holding a civil office if at the time of his election or appointment he is not 18 years of age and a citizen of the state.
California Government Code Section 1020.5
(a) Notwithstanding Section 1020 or any other provision of law, no person shall be incapable of holding any office in a youth services bureau solely...
California Government Code Section 1021
A person is disqualified from holding any office upon conviction of designated crimes as specified in the Constitution and laws of the State.
California Government Code Section 1022
Other provisions respecting disqualification for particular offices are contained in the Constitution and in the laws concerning the various offices.
California Government Code Section 1023
A person is ineligible to hold office or employment of any kind under the State, any county, city, district or other political or governmental unit...
California Government Code Section 1024
Any person who holds any office or employment under the state or any county, city, district or other political or governmental unit of the state and...
California Government Code Section 1026
Every person who exercises the duties of any office in violation of the provisions of this article relative to oaths, and every person who knowingly...
California Government Code Section 1027
Every person who exercises the duties of any employment in violation of the provisions of this article relative to oaths, and every person who...
California Government Code Section 1027.5
The Legislature of the State of California finds that: (a) There exists a world-wide revolutionary movement to establish a totalitarian...
California Government Code Section 1028
It shall be sufficient cause for the dismissal of any public employee when such public employee advocates or is knowingly a member of the Communist...
California Government Code Section 1028.1
It shall be the duty of any public employee who may be subpenaed or ordered by the governing body of the state or local agency by which such employee
California Government Code Section 1028.2
Sections 1027.5, 1028.1, and 1028, added by Chapter 1418 of the Statutes of 1947, are not applicable to school district employees. It is the intent...
California Government Code Section 1029
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), (c), or (d), each of the following persons is disqualified from holding office as a peace officer or being
California Government Code Section 1029.1
The Department of Corrections and the Department of the Youth Authority shall complete a background investigation, using as guidelines standards...
California Government Code Section 1030
A classifiable set of the fingerprints of every person who is now employed, or who hereafter becomes employed, as a peace officer of the state, or of
California Government Code Section 1031
Each class of public officers or employees declared by law to be peace officers shall meet all of the following minimum standards: (a) Be a...
California Government Code Section 1031.1
(a) For purposes of performing a thorough background investigation for applicants not currently employed as a peace officer, as required by...
California Government Code Section 1031.2
Consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-336) and paragraph (3) of subdivision (e) of Section 12940, the...
California Government Code Section 1031.5
(a) Any person employed by a governmental agency on September 13, 1982, as a peace officer or a peace officer trainee, or who, prior to September 13,
California Government Code Section 1040
(a) The Department of Motor Vehicles may require fingerprint images and associated information from an employee or prospective employee whose duties...
California Government Code Section 1041
(a) (1) The Department of Managed Health Care may require fingerprint images and associated information from a prospective employee whose duties...
California Government Code Section 1042
(a) (1) The California Gambling Control Commission may require fingerprint images and associated information from a prospective employee if the...
California Government Code Section 1060
The following officers shall keep their offices in the City of Sacramento: (a) The Governor. (b) Secretary of State. (c) Controller. (d)...
California Government Code Section 1061
The director of each department who is a member of the Governor's council shall reside at Sacramento.
California Government Code Section 1062
No state or municipal officer shall absent himself from the state for more than 60 days, unless either: (a) Upon business of the state, or the...
California Government Code Section 1063
No officer of a county or judicial district shall absent himself from the state for more than 30 days unless either: (a) Upon business for the...
California Government Code Section 1064
No member of the governing board of a school district shall be absent from the state for more than 60 days, except in any of the following...
California Government Code Section 1090
Members of the Legislature, state, county, district, judicial district, and city officers or employees shall not be financially interested in any...
California Government Code Section 1090.1
No officer or employee of the State nor any Member of the Legislature shall accept any commission for the placement of insurance on behalf of the...
California Government Code Section 1091
(a) An officer shall not be deemed to be interested in a contract entered into by a body or board of which the officer is a member within the meaning
California Government Code Section 1091.1
The prohibition against an interest in contracts provided by this article or any other provision of law shall not be deemed to prohibit any public...
California Government Code Section 1091.2
Section 1090 shall not apply to any contract or grant made by local workforce investment boards created pursuant to the federal Workforce Investment
California Government Code Section 1091.3
Section 1090 shall not apply to any contract or grant made by a county children and families commission created pursuant to the California Children...
California Government Code Section 1091.4
(a) As used in Section 1091, "remote interest" also includes a person who has a financial interest in a contract, if all of the following conditions...
California Government Code Section 1091.5
(a) An officer or employee shall not be deemed to be interested in a contract if his or her interest is any of the following: (1) The ownership of
California Government Code Section 1091.6
An officer who is also a member of the governing body of an organization that has an interest in, or to which the public agency may transfer an...
California Government Code Section 1092
(a) Every contract made in violation of any of the provisions of Section 1090 may be avoided at the instance of any party except the officer...
California Government Code Section 1092.5
Notwithstanding Section 1092, no lease or purchase of, or encumbrance on, real property may be avoided, under the terms of Section 1092, in...
California Government Code Section 1093
The State Treasurer and Controller, county and city officers, and their deputies and clerks shall not purchase or sell, or in any manner receive for...
California Government Code Section 1094
Every officer whose duty it is to audit and allow the accounts of other state, county, or city officers shall, before allowing such accounts, require
California Government Code Section 1095
Officers charged with the disbursement of public moneys shall not pay any warrant or other evidence of indebtedness against the State, county, or...
California Government Code Section 1096
Upon the officer charged with the disbursement of public moneys being informed by affidavit that any officer, whose account is about to be settled,...
California Government Code Section 1097
Every officer or person prohibited by the laws of this state from making or being interested in contracts, or from becoming a vendor or purchaser at...
California Government Code Section 1098
(a) Any current public officer or employee who willfully and knowingly discloses for pecuniary gain, to any other person, confidential information...
California Government Code Section 1099
(a) A public officer, including, but not limited to, an appointed or elected member of a governmental board, commission, committee, or other body,...
California Government Code Section 1100
As used in this article, "public securities" means any issue of bonds, notes, warrants, or other evidences of indebtedness and the interest coupons,...
California Government Code Section 1101
As used in this article, "public body" means any county, city and county, city, municipal corporation, political subdivision, school district, or any
California Government Code Section 1102
Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, a member of the legislative body of any public body or any officer or employee thereof shall...
California Government Code Section 1125
"Local agency," as used in this article, means a county, city, city and county, political subdivision, district, or municipal corporation.
California Government Code Section 1126
(a) Except as provided in Sections 1128 and 1129, a local agency officer or employee shall not engage in any employment, activity, or enterprise for...
California Government Code Section 1127
It is not the intent of this article to prevent the employment by private business of a public employee, such as a peace officer, fireman, forestry...
California Government Code Section 1128
Service on an appointed or elected governmental board, commission, committee, or other body by an attorney employed by a local agency in a...
California Government Code Section 1129
Service on the Board of Directors of the Local Agency Self-Insurance Authority by an officer or employee of a local agency, as defined by subdivision
California Government Code Section 1130
When the title of the incumbent of any office in this State is contested by proceedings instituted in any court for that purpose, no warrant shall...
California Government Code Section 1131
As soon as the proceedings are instituted, the clerk of the court in which they are pending shall certify the facts to the officers whose duty it...
California Government Code Section 1132
This article does not apply to any party to a contest or proceeding who holds the certificate of election or commission of office and discharges the...
California Government Code Section 1150
As used in this article: (a) "State employee" means all persons who receive wages for services through the uniform payroll system established and...
California Government Code Section 1151
State employees may authorize deductions to be made from their salaries or wages for payment of one or more of the following: (a) Insurance...
California Government Code Section 1151.5
(a) In addition to deductions authorized pursuant to Section 1151, a state employee may authorize deductions to be made from salaries or wages for...
California Government Code Section 1152
Deductions may be requested by employee organizations and bona fide associations from the salaries and wages of their members, as follows: (a) ...
California Government Code Section 1153
The Controller shall provide for the administration of payroll deductions as set forth in Sections 1151, 1151.5, and 1152, salary reductions pursuant
California Government Code Section 1156
(a) Any eligible employee who is participating in a flexible benefits program may elect to receive one or more benefits that qualify to be excluded...
California Government Code Section 1156.1
(a) Any eligible employee may elect to participate in the State Employees' Pretax Parking Payroll Deduction Program. The program shall be...
California Government Code Section 1157
(a) Officers and employees of a public agency, other than those under the uniform payroll system provided for in Article 5 (commencing with Section...
California Government Code Section 1157.1
Employees of a public agency, on approval of and in accordance with the provisions made by the governing body of the public agency, may authorize...
California Government Code Section 1157.2
With the approval of the governing body of a public agency and under such regulations as it may prescribe, employees of the public agency may...
California Government Code Section 1157.3
Employees, including retired employees, of a public agency in addition to any other purposes authorized in this article, on approval of the governing
California Government Code Section 1157.4
(a) Employees of a county employing more than 20,000 persons, other than a city and county, may authorize deductions to be made from their salaries...
California Government Code Section 1157.5
Employees, including retired employees, of a county, other than a city and county, employing more than 20,000 persons in addition to any other...
California Government Code Section 1157.6
Retired employees of a public agency, other than a school district, or eligible surviving spouses of such retired employees, on approval of the...
California Government Code Section 1157.7
Employees of a public agency employing more than 20,000 persons, other than a city and county, may authorize dues deductions for membership in an...
California Government Code Section 1157.8
Officers and employees of public agencies may authorize deductions to be made from their salaries or wages for the purchase of United States savings...
California Government Code Section 1157.9
Officers and employees of public agencies may authorize wage and salary deductions for deposit into an account with a state or federal bank or...
California Government Code Section 1157.10
Payroll deductions for state employees of public agencies, other than those under the uniform payroll system, shall be administered by the...
California Government Code Section 1157.11
(a) Officers and employees of a county with a population of over 8,000,000, may authorize deductions to be made from their salaries or wages for the...
California Government Code Section 1158
No provision of law prohibiting, restricting or limiting the assignment or order for wages or salaries in any way prohibits, restricts or limits the...
California Government Code Section 1170
As used in this article, "law" means any federal law relating to internal revenue.
California Government Code Section 1170.5
In the case of the State, "law" also means the law of any state providing for the withholding of personal income tax from wages or salaries of its...
California Government Code Section 1171
The State, its agencies and political subdivisions, cities, and all other public agencies may withhold from any wages or salaries paid by them that...
California Government Code Section 1172
They may pay the withheld sums at the times and in the manner provided by the law and make the records, reports, and returns required by the law or...
California Government Code Section 1173
The Department of Finance shall direct the manner and form in which each state department, board, commission, or other agency maintains the records...
California Government Code Section 1174
All funds withheld pursuant to this article by any state unit whose funds are deposited in the State Treasury shall, immediately upon such...
California Government Code Section 1175
All funds withheld by any county pursuant to this article shall, immediately upon such withholding, be deposited in such depositary or depositaries...
California Government Code Section 1176
All funds withheld pursuant to this article by any public agency not within the provisions of Sections 1174 or 1175 of this code shall, immediately...
California Government Code Section 1190
All assistants, deputies, and other subordinate officers, whose appointments are not otherwise provided for, shall be appointed by the officer or...
California Government Code Section 1191
When not otherwise provided for, the appointment of deputies and other subordinate officers shall be made in writing and filed in the office of the...
California Government Code Section 1192
When not otherwise provided for, within 10 days after receiving notice of their appointment, deputies and other subordinate officers shall take and...
California Government Code Section 1193
When the number of deputies or other subordinate officers is not fixed by law, it is limited only by the discretion of the appointing power.
California Government Code Section 1194
When not otherwise provided for, each deputy possesses the powers and may perform the duties attached by law to the office of his principal.
California Government Code Section 1195
Every officer of the State, or of any county, city, or judicial district who accepts, keeps, retains or diverts for his own use or the use of any...
California Government Code Section 1220
When an officer discharges ex officio the duties of another office than that to which he is elected or appointed, his official signature and...
California Government Code Section 1221
Where not otherwise provided, the seals of office of the various executive officers are those in use by such officers on January 1, 1873.
California Government Code Section 1222
Every wilful omission to perform any duty enjoined by law upon any public officer, or person holding any public trust or employment, where no special
California Government Code Section 1223
When traveling expenses are allowed by law to any state, county, judicial district, or city officer, he may contract with the appropriate authorities
California Government Code Section 1224
Any money paid by a state, county, judicial district, or city officer for United States postage for use in conducting the official business of his...
California Government Code Section 1225
Every executive and judicial officer and every Member of the Legislature may administer and certify oaths. A former judge of a court of record in...
California Government Code Section 1226
When the records in the office of any public board or officer authorized to issue certificates show the issuance of a certificate other than a...
California Government Code Section 1228
An inmate of any state institution shall not be employed in the manufacture or production of any article intended for the private and personal use of
California Government Code Section 1228.5
The governing board of any local agency may grant to any employee of such local governmental agency, upon request, a leave of absence without pay of...
California Government Code Section 1229
Any public officer who is charged with the custody of public records may take any action, including the transfer of such records to another place...
California Government Code Section 1230
The governing body of a city, county, city and county, or political subdivision of the State may grant leaves of absence to employees to appear as a...
California Government Code Section 1230.1
Whenever any person who is an employee subject to the provisions of Section 1230, or an employee of the state, is served with a subpoena which...
California Government Code Section 1231
No state officer or employee shall be deemed to have a break in service or to have terminated his or her employment, for any purpose, nor to have...
California Government Code Section 1231.1
Funds from each appropriation made in the budget act for any fiscal year may be expended to pay to officers and employees whatever salary that would...
California Government Code Section 1231.2
Funds from each appropriation made in the budget act for any fiscal year may be expended to pay any obligation incurred between the commencement of...
California Government Code Section 1233
Acting in accordance with Executive Order 11246 (30FR 12319), as amended, applicants for employment by, and incumbent employees of, public agencies...
California Government Code Section 1234
No public officer while serving in any elective office in this state shall receive a retirement allowance which is based in whole or part upon...
California Government Code Section 1235
(a) Any person who is receiving an allowance from a public retirement system, who is charged by indictment or complaint, either in a court of this...
California Government Code Section 1235
(a) Any person who is receiving an allowance from a public retirement system, who is charged by indictment or complaint, either in a court of this...
California Government Code Section 1236
(a) All city, county, city and county, and district employees that conduct audits or that conduct audit activities of those respective agencies shall
California Government Code Section 1237
All state and local agencies with an aggregate spending of fifty million dollars ($50,000,000) or more annually shall consider establishing an...
California Government Code Section 1238
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 1236, if a city, county, city and county, or district determines that the implementation of any specific...
California Government Code Section 1239
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 1236, the Joint Legislative Audit Committee, may, by majority vote, grant a waiver to any agency that...
California Government Code Section 1241
Whenever a section of the California Constitution uses both the terms "salary" and "compensation", with respect to a public officer or employee, the...
California Government Code Section 1243
(a) This section shall apply to any elected public officer who takes public office, or is reelected to public office, on or after January 1, 2006.
California Government Code Section 1300
Every officer, the mode of whose appointment is not prescribed by law, shall be appointed by the Governor.
California Government Code Section 1301
Every office, the term of which is not fixed by law, is held at the pleasure of the appointing power.
California Government Code Section 1302
Every officer whose term has expired shall continue to discharge the duties of his office until his successor has qualified.
California Government Code Section 1303
Every person who exercises any function of a public office without taking the oath of office, or without giving the required bond, is guilty of a...
California Government Code Section 1320
Nominations made by the Governor to the Senate shall be in writing, designating the residence of the nominee and the office for which he is...
California Government Code Section 1321
Whenever the Senate concurs in a nomination, its secretary shall immediately deliver a copy of the resolution of concurrence, certified by the...
California Government Code Section 1322
In addition to any other statutory provisions requiring confirmation by the Senate of officers appointed by the Governor, the appointments by the...
California Government Code Section 1323
In addition to any other statutory provisions requiring confirmation by the Senate of officers appointed by the Governor, including Section 1322, the
California Government Code Section 1340
The Governor shall commission: (a) All officers elected by the people whose commissions are not otherwise provided for except those officers to...
California Government Code Section 1341
The commissions of all officers commissioned by the Governor shall be issued in the name of the people of the State. They shall be signed by the...
California Government Code Section 1342
The commissions of all other officers, where no special provision is made by law, shall be signed by the presiding officer of the body or by the...
California Government Code Section 1360
Unless otherwise provided, before any officer enters on the duties of his office, he shall take and subscribe the oath or affirmation set forth in...
California Government Code Section 1362
Unless otherwise provided, the oath may be taken before any officer authorized to administer oaths.
California Government Code Section 1363
(a) Unless otherwise provided, every oath of office certified by the officer before whom it was taken shall be filed within the time required as...
California Government Code Section 1364
It is unlawful to remove a person from an office or position of public trust because such person has not complied with any law, charter, or...
California Government Code Section 1365
It is unlawful for any person having the power of removal from office of any officer to remove or threaten to remove the officer from his office...
California Government Code Section 1366
Any officer or person who is removed or threatened with removal from any office or position of public trust may bring an action to restrain such...
California Government Code Section 1367
No compensation nor reimbursement for expenses incurred shall be paid to any officer by any public agency unless he has taken and subscribed to the...
California Government Code Section 1368
Every person who, while taking and subscribing to the oath or affirmation required by this chapter, states as true any material matter which he or...
California Government Code Section 1369
Every person having taken and subscribed to the oath or affirmation required by this chapter, who while holding office, advocates or becomes a member
California Government Code Section 1450
Unless otherwise provided, every official bond shall be filed in the proper office within the time prescribed for filing the oath.
California Government Code Section 1451
The approval of every official bond shall be indorsed thereon and signed by the officer approving the bond.
California Government Code Section 1452
No officer with whom any official bond is required to be filed shall file such bond until approved.
California Government Code Section 1453
Official bonds shall be recorded in a book kept for that purpose entitled "Record of Official Bonds."
California Government Code Section 1454
Unless otherwise provided, the official bonds of state officers prescribed by law shall be approved by either the Governor or the Director of General
California Government Code Section 1455
Unless otherwise provided, all official bonds of state officers and employees not expressly prescribed by law shall be forwarded to the Department of
California Government Code Section 1456
The official bond of the Secretary of State shall be filed in the office of the Treasurer after it is recorded.
California Government Code Section 1457
Unless otherwise provided, the official bonds of officers of a county and judicial district shall be approved by the presiding judge of the superior...
California Government Code Section 1458
The bonds of supervisors, treasurers, county clerks, auditors, sheriffs, tax collectors, district attorneys, recorders, assessors, surveyors,...
California Government Code Section 1459
After being recorded, the official bond of the county clerk shall be filed in the office of the county treasurer.
California Government Code Section 1460
Every officer with whom official bonds are filed shall carefully keep and preserve the bonds. He shall give certified copies thereof to any person...
California Government Code Section 1460.1
The county recorder shall record the bond and return it to the county officer with whom it is required to be filed. Such officer shall keep the bond
California Government Code Section 1461
Any person appointed to fill a vacancy shall give a bond, corresponding in substance and form with the bond required of the officer originally...
California Government Code Section 1462
No fee shall be charged by any officer to file or record any official bond of any official of this state or any political subdivision of this state.
California Government Code Section 1463
For the purposes of this chapter, a government crime insurance policy or employee dishonesty insurance policy, including faithful performance, may be
California Government Code Section 1480
Every officer, agent or employee not required by statute to give an official bond may be required to give an individual official bond, or other form...
California Government Code Section 1481
(a) When deemed expedient by the appointing power, a master official bond or other form of master bond may be used which shall provide coverage on...
California Government Code Section 1481.1
For the purposes of Section 1481 the board of supervisors of a county is deemed to be the appointing power of the adult probation officer, his...
California Government Code Section 1482
Each such bond may contain a provision authorizing the appointing power to cancel it, if it is an individual bond, or the contract of coverage of any
California Government Code Section 1500
All official bonds shall be made payable to the State of California in such penalty and with such conditions as required by this article, or the law...
California Government Code Section 1501
The condition of an official bond shall be that the principal will well, truly, and faithfully perform all official duties then required of him by...
California Government Code Section 1504
Every official bond executed by any officer pursuant to law is in force and obligatory upon the principal and sureties therein for: (a) Any and...
California Government Code Section 1505
Whenever, except in criminal prosecutions, any special penalty, forfeiture, or liability is imposed on any officer of a county or judicial district...
California Government Code Section 1530
The officer whose duty it is to approve official bonds required of officers of a county or judicial district not named in Section 1458 shall not...
California Government Code Section 1531
The sureties on the bonds of all officers of a county or judicial district named in Section 1458 shall first be approved by the presiding judge of...
California Government Code Section 1532
A member of the board of supervisors shall not be accepted as surety upon the official bond of any officer of a county or judicial district of his...
California Government Code Section 1650
This article does not apply to notaries public.
California Government Code Section 1651
The premium or charge for bonds given by surety companies for the officers, herein named, and for their deputies, clerks, assistants or subordinate...
California Government Code Section 1652
No premium or charge paid by the state, a county, city, or district shall exceed one-half of 1 percent per annum on the amount of the bond, but a...
California Government Code Section 1653
The payment of premiums for all bonds of deputies, clerks, assistants or subordinate officers of county officers shall not be a county charge unless...
California Government Code Section 1750
Resignations shall be in writing, and made as follows: (a) By the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, to the Legislature, if it is in session; and...
California Government Code Section 1750.5
The Speaker of the Assembly and the Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee shall immediately inform the Governor in writing whenever a resignation...
California Government Code Section 1751
In all cases not otherwise provided for in this article or elsewhere, a resignation is made by filing the resignation in the office of the Secretary...
California Government Code Section 1752
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), no person elected or appointed to the governing body of any city, county, or district having an elected...
California Government Code Section 1770
An office becomes vacant on the happening of any of the following events before the expiration of the term: (a) The death of the incumbent. (b)
California Government Code Section 1770.1
The disqualification from holding office upon conviction, as provided in Section 1021, or the forfeiture of office upon conviction, as provided in...
California Government Code Section 1770.2
Upon the entry of a plea of guilty, the entry of a plea of nolo contendere, or the rendering of a verdict of a guilty either by a jury or by the...
California Government Code Section 1771
When an officer is removed, declared insane, or convicted of a felony or offense involving a violation of his official duty, or when his election or...
California Government Code Section 1772
When any office becomes vacant and no mode is provided by law for filling the vacancy, the Governor shall fill the vacancy by granting a commission,...
California Government Code Section 1773
When a vacancy occurs in the office of Representative to Congress, or in either house of the Legislature, the Governor shall within 14 calendar days...
California Government Code Section 1773.5
In addition to any other applicable provision of law, a vacancy occurs in the office of Representative in Congress in the event of his or her...
California Government Code Section 1774
(a) When an office, the appointment to which is vested in the Governor and Senate, either becomes vacant or the term of the incumbent thereof...
California Government Code Section 1774.1
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, whenever the appointment by the Governor of a person to a public office is subject to confirmation by the
California Government Code Section 1774.2
(a) For any person whose term of office expires prior to Senate confirmation and who is reappointed to that office, the time served prior to, as well
California Government Code Section 1774.3
With respect to any body or entity having more than one member, including, but not limited to, a board, commission, or committee, "office" includes...
California Government Code Section 1774.5
Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, no person holding an office which is deemed to be vacant pursuant to Section 1774 may, after the time...
California Government Code Section 1774.7
(a) Sections 1774, 1774.2, 1774.3, and 1774.5 shall apply to any person appointed, or reappointed, prior to, or on or after, January 1, 1981, except...
California Government Code Section 1775
Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Controller,...
California Government Code Section 1776
Except as otherwise provided in the Constitution, when a person is appointed by the Governor, or by the Governor by and with the advice and consent...
California Government Code Section 1777
After filing his official oath and bond, any person elected or appointed to fill a vacancy possesses all the rights and powers and is subject to all...
California Government Code Section 1778
A vacancy in any appointive office on the governing board of a special district shall be filled by appointment by the board of supervisors of the...
California Government Code Section 1779
A vacancy on any appointed governing board of a special district shall be filled by the appointing authority within 90 days immediately subsequent to
California Government Code Section 1780
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a vacancy in any elective office on the governing board of a special district, other than those...
California Government Code Section 1781
The provisions of Section 1780 shall not apply to a school district, a district organized pursuant to Division 6 (commencing with Section 11501) of...
California Government Code Section 1782
Notwithstanding any other provision of the law, whenever a vacancy occurs on a state board or commission, or a seat on a board or commission is...
California Government Code Section 1850
Every officer is entitled to the possession of all books and papers pertaining to his office, or in the custody of a former incumbent by virtue of...
California Government Code Section 1851
If any person, including a former incumbent, refuses or neglects to deliver to the actual incumbent any such books or papers, the actual incumbent...
California Government Code Section 1852
After notice to the adverse party, the court or judge shall proceed in a summary way to hear the allegations and proof of the parties, and to order...
California Government Code Section 1853
The execution of the order and the delivery of the books and papers may be enforced by: (a) Attachment as for a witness. (b) At the request of...
California Government Code Section 1854
Every person who wilfully and knowingly intrudes himself into any public office to which he has not been elected or appointed, and every person who,...
California Government Code Section 1855
Every officer whose office is abolished by law, or who, after the expiration of the time for which he may be appointed or elected, or after he has...
California Government Code Section 3000
An officer forfeits his office upon conviction of designated crimes as specified in the Constitution and laws of the State.
California Government Code Section 3001
Any State, county, or city officer who is intoxicated while in discharge of the duties of his office, or by reason of intoxication is disqualified...
California Government Code Section 3002
Whenever the Governor is authorized to appoint a person to an office with the advice and consent of, or subject to confirmation by, the Senate, and...
California Government Code Section 3003
An elected officer of a city, county, city and county, or district in this state forfeits his or her office upon the conviction of a crime pursuant...
California Government Code Section 3020
State officers elected on a statewide basis, members of the State Board of Equalization, and judges of state courts are subject to impeachment for...
California Government Code Section 3020.5
The Senate when sitting as the court of impeachment is a court of record. The officers of the Senate are the officers of the court.
California Government Code Section 3021
All impeachments shall be by resolution adopted, originated in, and conducted by managers elected by the Assembly.
California Government Code Section 3022
The managers shall prepare articles of impeachment, present them at the bar of the Senate, and prosecute them. The trial shall be before the Senate,
California Government Code Section 3023
When an officer is impeached by the Assembly for a misdemeanor in office, the articles of impeachment shall be delivered to the President of the...
California Government Code Section 3024
The Senate shall assign a day for the hearing of the impeachment and inform the Assembly thereof.
California Government Code Section 3025
Not less than 10 days before the day fixed for the hearing, the President of the Senate shall have served on the defendant a copy of the articles of...
California Government Code Section 3026
The service shall be made upon the defendant personally. If upon diligent inquiry he can not be found within the State, upon proof of that fact the...
California Government Code Section 3027
If the defendant does not appear, upon proof of service or publication the Senate may, of its own motion or for cause shown, assign another day for...
California Government Code Section 3028
When the defendant appears, he may object in writing to the sufficiency of the articles of impeachment, or he may answer the articles by an oral plea
California Government Code Section 3029
If the objection to the sufficiency of the articles of impeachment is not sustained by a majority of the members of the Senate who heard the...
California Government Code Section 3030
If the defendant pleads not guilty, the Senate shall try the impeachment at the time it appoints. The plea shall be entered upon the Senate Journal,
California Government Code Section 3031
At the time and place appointed, and before the Senate acts on the impeachment, the secretary shall administer to the President of the Senate, and...
California Government Code Section 3032
The defendant can not be convicted on impeachment without the concurrence of two-thirds of the members elected, voting by ayes and noes. If...
California Government Code Section 3033
After conviction and at the time appointed by the Senate, it shall pronounce judgment, in the form of a resolution entered upon the Senate Journal.
California Government Code Section 3034
On the adoption of the resolution by a majority of the members present who voted on the question of acquittal or conviction, it becomes the judgment...
California Government Code Section 3035
The judgment may be that the defendant be suspended, or that he be removed from office and disqualified to hold any office of honor, trust, or profit
California Government Code Section 3036
If judgment of suspension is given, during the continuance of the judgment the defendant is disqualified from receiving the salary, fees, or...
California Government Code Section 3037
Whenever articles of impeachment against any officer subject to impeachment are presented to the Senate, the officer is temporarily suspended from...
California Government Code Section 3038
Upon temporary suspension of any officer other than the Governor, his office shall at once be temporarily filled by an appointment made by the...
California Government Code Section 3039
If the Lieutenant Governor is impeached, notice of the impeachment shall be immediately given to the Senate by the Assembly in order that another...
California Government Code Section 3040
If the offense for which the defendant is convicted on impeachment is also the subject of an indictment or information, the indictment or information
California Government Code Section 3060
An accusation in writing against any officer of a district, county, or city, including any member of the governing board or personnel commission of a
California Government Code Section 3061
The accusation shall state the offense charged in ordinary and concise language, and without repetition.
California Government Code Section 3062
The accusation shall be delivered by the foreman of the grand jury to the district attorney of the county, unless he is the officer accused.
California Government Code Section 3063
The district attorney shall have a copy of the accusation served upon the defendant, and by notice in writing shall require the accused to appear...
California Government Code Section 3064
The defendant shall appear at the time stated in the notice and answer the accusation, unless for some sufficient cause the court assigns another day
California Government Code Section 3065
The defendant may answer the accusation either by objecting to its sufficiency or any article therein, or by denying the truth of the accusation.
California Government Code Section 3066
If he objects to the legal sufficiency of the accusation, the objection shall be in writing. The objection need not be in any specific form. It is...
California Government Code Section 3067
If he denies the truth of the accusation, the denial may be oral and without oath. The denial shall be entered upon the minutes.
California Government Code Section 3068
If an objection to the sufficiency of the accusation is not sustained, the defendant shall answer thereto forthwith.
California Government Code Section 3069
If the defendant pleads guilty, or refuses to answer the accusation, the court shall render judgment of conviction against him. If he denies the...
California Government Code Section 3070
The trial shall be by a jury, and conducted in all respects in the same manner as the trial of an indictment.
California Government Code Section 3071
The district attorney and the defendant are each entitled to such process as is necessary to enforce the attendance of witnesses as upon a trial of...
California Government Code Section 3072
Upon a conviction and at the time appointed by the court it shall pronounce judgment that the defendant be removed from office. To warrant a removal,
California Government Code Section 3073
The same proceedings may be had on like grounds for the removal of a district attorney, except that the accusation shall be delivered by the foreman...
California Government Code Section 3074
Any officer subject to removal pursuant to this article may be removed from office for willful or corrupt misconduct in office occurring at any time...
California Government Code Section 3075
In a proceeding under this article, appeal is to the court of appeal.
California Government Code Section 3100
It is hereby declared that the protection of the health and safety and preservation of the lives and property of the people of the state from the...
California Government Code Section 3101
For the purpose of this chapter the term "disaster service worker" includes all public employees and all volunteers in any disaster council or...
California Government Code Section 3102
(a) All disaster service workers shall, before they enter upon the duties of their employment, take and subscribe to the oath or affirmation required
California Government Code Section 3103
The oath or affirmation required by this chapter is the oath or affirmation set forth in Section 3 of Article XX of the Constitution of California.
California Government Code Section 3104
The oath or affirmation may be taken before any officer authorized to administer oaths. The oath or affirmation of any disaster service worker may...
California Government Code Section 3105
(a) The oath or affirmation of any disaster service worker of the state shall be filed as prescribed by State Personnel Board rule within 30 days of...
California Government Code Section 3106
Compliance with this chapter shall, as to state employees, be deemed full compliance with Chapter 4, Part 1, Division 5, Title 2 of this code,...
California Government Code Section 3107
No compensation nor reimbursement for expenses incurred shall be paid to any disaster service worker by any public agency unless such disaster...
California Government Code Section 3108
Every person who, while taking and subscribing to the oath or affirmation required by this chapter, states as true any material matter which he or...
California Government Code Section 3109
Every person having taken and subscribed to the oath or affirmation required by this chapter, who, while in the employ of, or service with, the state
California Government Code Section 3110
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the California State Government Volunteers Act.
California Government Code Section 3111
As used in this chapter: (a) "Volunteer" means any person who, of his own free will, provides goods or services, without any financial gain, to...
California Government Code Section 3112
The Legislature finds and declares that: (a) Since the spirit of volunteerism has long animated generations of Americans to give of their time and
California Government Code Section 3113
There is in the Office of the Governor an Office for Citizen Initiative and Voluntary Action, hereinafter referred to as "office", to advocate and...
California Government Code Section 3114
The office shall be administered by a director who shall be appointed by and report to, the Governor.
California Government Code Section 3115
In addition to funds otherwise provided, the office shall be supported by federal funds. Initial state funding for the office for fiscal year...
California Government Code Section 3116
In order to maximize the involvement of volunteers in state government, the office is, hereby, authorized in order to develop effective citizen...
California Government Code Section 3117
The goals of the office shall be as follows: (a) To foster the spirit of citizen initiative and voluntary action among businesses, industries and...
California Government Code Section 3118
All volunteers shall comply with applicable department and other state policy and regulations. It shall be the responsibility of the state...
California Government Code Section 3119
Each state department or division is hereby authorized to utilize the services of volunteers. Each state department or division utilizing the...
California Government Code Section 3119.1
The provisions of this article shall not apply to the Department of Aging's use of volunteers, pursuant to the provisions of Titles III (42 U.S.C....
California Government Code Section 3119.2
(a) There is hereby created, within the Office for Citizen Initiative and Voluntary Action, an advisory body which shall be known as the Public...
California Government Code Section 3119.5
Notwithstanding Section 3118, any state or local agency that chooses to utilize volunteers shall implement a policy whereby no person aged 60 years...
California Government Code Section 3120
As used herein "local agency" means a county, city and county, city, school district, office of county superintendent of schools, or other special...
California Government Code Section 3121
Any local agency may, subject to rules and regulations promulgated by the legislative body thereof, insure its officers, directors, deputies,...
California Government Code Section 3122
The travel insurance authorized by this chapter shall be in addition to any compensation secured under Division 4 (commencing with Section 3201) of...
California Government Code Section 3123
The office of county superintendent of schools may carry a master policy for travel insurance on behalf of the school districts of the county.
California Government Code Section 3201
The Legislature finds that political activities of public employees are of significant statewide concern. The provisions of this chapter shall...
California Government Code Section 3202
This chapter applies to all officers and employees of a state or local agency. (a) "Local agency" means a county, city, city and county, political
California Government Code Section 3203
Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, or as necessary to meet requirements of federal law as it pertains to a particular employee or...
California Government Code Section 3204
No one who holds, or who is seeking election or appointment to, any office or employment in a state or local agency shall, directly or indirectly,...
California Government Code Section 3205
(a) An officer or employee of a local agency shall not, directly or indirectly, solicit a political contribution from an officer or employee of that...
California Government Code Section 3205.5
No one who holds, or who is seeking election or appointment to, any office shall, directly or indirectly, offer or arrange for any increase in...
California Government Code Section 3206
No officer or employee of a local agency shall participate in political activities of any kind while in uniform.
California Government Code Section 3207
Any city, county, or city and county charter or, in the absence of a charter provision, the governing body of any local agency and any agency not...
California Government Code Section 3208
Except as provided in Section 19990, the limitations set forth in this chapter shall be the only restrictions on the political activities of state...
California Government Code Section 3209
Nothing in this chapter prevents an officer or employee of a state or local agency from soliciting or receiving political funds or contributions to...
California Government Code Section 3250
This chapter shall be known, and may be cited, as the Firefighters Procedural Bill of Rights Act.
California Government Code Section 3251
For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions apply: (a) "Firefighter" means any firefighter employed by a public agency, including, but
California Government Code Section 3252
(a) Except as otherwise provided in Chapter 9.5 (commencing with Section 3201), or whenever on duty or in uniform, no firefighter shall be prohibited
California Government Code Section 3253
When any firefighter is under investigation and subjected to interrogation by his or her commanding officer, or any other member designated by the...
California Government Code Section 3254
(a) A firefighter shall not be subjected to punitive action, or denied promotion, or be threatened with that treatment, because of the lawful...
California Government Code Section 3254.5
An administrative appeal instituted by a firefighter under this chapter shall be conducted in conformance with rules and procedures adopted by the...
California Government Code Section 3255
A firefighter shall not have any comment adverse to his or her interest entered in his or her personnel file, or any other file used for any...
California Government Code Section 3256
A firefighter shall have 30 days within which to file a written response to any adverse comment entered in his or her personnel file. The written...
California Government Code Section 3256.5
(a) Every employer shall, at reasonable times and at reasonable intervals, upon the request of a firefighter, during usual business hours, with no...
California Government Code Section 3257
(a) A firefighter shall not be compelled to submit to a lie detector test against his or her will. (1) Disciplinary action or other recrimination...
California Government Code Section 3258
A firefighter shall not be required or requested for purposes of job assignment or other personnel action to disclose any item of his or her...
California Government Code Section 3259
A firefighter shall not have his or her locker or other space for storage that may be assigned to him or her searched except in his or her presence,...
California Government Code Section 3260
(a) It shall be unlawful for any employing department or licensing or certifying agency to deny or refuse to any firefighter the rights and...
California Government Code Section 3261
Nothing in this chapter shall in any way be construed to limit the ability of any employing department, licensing or certifying agency, or any...
California Government Code Section 3262
The rights and protections described in this chapter shall only apply to a firefighter during events and circumstances involving the performance of...
California Government Code Section 3300
This chapter is known and may be cited as the Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights Act.
California Government Code Section 3301
For purposes of this chapter, the term public safety officer means all peace officers specified in Sections 830.1, 830.2, 830.3, 830.31, 830.32,...
California Government Code Section 3302
(a) Except as otherwise provided by law, or whenever on duty or in uniform, no public safety officer shall be prohibited from engaging, or be coerced
California Government Code Section 3303
When any public safety officer is under investigation and subjected to interrogation by his or her commanding officer, or any other member of the...
California Government Code Section 3304
(a) No public safety officer shall be subjected to punitive action, or denied promotion, or be threatened with any such treatment, because of the...
California Government Code Section 3304.5
An administrative appeal instituted by a public safety officer under this chapter shall be conducted in conformance with rules and procedures adopted
California Government Code Section 3305
No public safety officer shall have any comment adverse to his interest entered in his personnel file, or any other file used for any personnel...
California Government Code Section 3306
A public safety officer shall have 30 days within which to file a written response to any adverse comment entered in his personnel file. Such...
California Government Code Section 3306.5
(a) Every employer shall, at reasonable times and at reasonable intervals, upon the request of a public safety officer, during usual business hours,...
California Government Code Section 3307
(a) No public safety officer shall be compelled to submit to a lie detector test against his or her will. No disciplinary action or other...
California Government Code Section 3307.5
(a) No public safety officer shall be required as a condition of employment by his or her employing public safety department or other public agency...
California Government Code Section 3308
No public safety officer shall be required or requested for purposes of job assignment or other personnel action to disclose any item of his...
California Government Code Section 3309
No public safety officer shall have his locker, or other space for storage that may be assigned to him searched except in his presence, or with his...
California Government Code Section 3309.5
(a) It shall be unlawful for any public safety department to deny or refuse to any public safety officer the rights and protections guaranteed to him
California Government Code Section 3310
Any public agency which has adopted, through action of its governing body or its official designee, any procedure which at a minimum provides to...
California Government Code Section 3311
Nothing in this chapter shall in any way be construed to limit the use of any public safety agency or any public safety officer in the fulfilling of...
California Government Code Section 3312
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the employer of a public safety officer may not take any punitive action against an officer for wearing a
California Government Code Section 3313
In the 2005-06 fiscal year, the Commission on State Mandates shall review its statement of decision regarding the Peace Officer Procedural Bill of...
California Government Code Section 3400
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor Act.
California Government Code Section 3401
The following definitions govern this chapter: (a) "Board" means the Medal of Valor Review Board. (b) "Public safety officer" means a person...
California Government Code Section 3402
The Governor annually may award, and present in the name of the State of California, a Medal of Valor of appropriate design, with ribbons and...
California Government Code Section 3403
(a) There is established a Medal of Valor Review Board, which shall be comprised of representatives of the organizations named in subdivision (b) and
California Government Code Section 3404
(a) The board shall conduct its first meeting not later than 90 days after the appointment of the last member appointed of the initial group of...
California Government Code Section 3405
(a) The board is authorized to receive donations which shall be used to pay any costs associated with holding its annual meeting and having...
California Government Code Section 3500
(a) It is the purpose of this chapter to promote full communication between public employers and their employees by providing a reasonable method of...
California Government Code Section 3500.5
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the "Meyers-Milias-Brown Act."
California Government Code Section 3501
As used in this chapter: (a) "Employee organization" means either of the following: (1) Any organization that includes employees of a public...
California Government Code Section 3501.5
As used in this chapter, "public agency" does not mean a superior court.
California Government Code Section 3502
Except as otherwise provided by the Legislature, public employees shall have the right to form, join, and participate in the activities of employee...
California Government Code Section 3502.1
No public employee shall be subject to punitive action or denied promotion, or threatened with any such treatment, for the exercise of lawful action...
California Government Code Section 3502.5
(a) Notwithstanding Section 3502, any other provision of this chapter, or any other law, rule, or regulation, an agency shop agreement may be...
California Government Code Section 3503
Recognized employee organizations shall have the right to represent their members in their employment relations with public agencies. Employee...
California Government Code Section 3504
The scope of representation shall include all matters relating to employment conditions and employer-employee relations, including, but not limited...
California Government Code Section 3504.5
(a) Except in cases of emergency as provided in this section, the governing body of a public agency, and boards and commissions designated by law or...
California Government Code Section 3505
The governing body of a public agency, or such boards, commissions, administrative officers or other representatives as may be properly designated by
California Government Code Section 3505.1
If agreement is reached by the representatives of the public agency and a recognized employee organization or recognized employee organizations, they
California Government Code Section 3505.2
If after a reasonable period of time, representatives of the public agency and the recognized employee organization fail to reach agreement, the...
California Government Code Section 3505.3
Public agencies shall allow a reasonable number of public agency employee representatives of recognized employee organizations reasonable time off...
California Government Code Section 3505.4
If after meeting and conferring in good faith, an impasse has been reached between the public agency and the recognized employee organization, and...
California Government Code Section 3506
Public agencies and employee organizations shall not interfere with, intimidate, restrain, coerce or discriminate against public employees because of
California Government Code Section 3507
(a) A public agency may adopt reasonable rules and regulations after consultation in good faith with representatives of a recognized employee...
California Government Code Section 3507.1
(a) Unit determinations and representation elections shall be determined and processed in accordance with rules adopted by a public agency in...
California Government Code Section 3507.3
Professional employees shall not be denied the right to be represented separately from nonprofessional employees by a professional employee...
California Government Code Section 3507.5
In addition to those rules and regulations a public agency may adopt pursuant to and in the same manner as in Section 3507, any such agency may adopt
California Government Code Section 3508
(a) The governing body of a public agency may, in accordance with reasonable standards, designate positions or classes of positions which have duties
California Government Code Section 3508.1
For the purposes of this section, the term "police employee" includes the civilian employees of the police department of any city. Police employee...
California Government Code Section 3508.5
(a) Nothing in this chapter shall affect the right of a public employee to authorize a dues or service fees deduction from his or her salary or wages
California Government Code Section 3509
(a) The powers and duties of the board described in Section 3541.3 shall also apply, as appropriate, to this chapter and shall include the authority...
California Government Code Section 3509.5
(a) Any charging party, respondent, or intervenor aggrieved by a final decision or order of the board in an unfair practice case, except a decision...
California Government Code Section 3510
(a) The provisions of this chapter shall be interpreted and applied by the board in a manner consistent with and in accordance with judicial...
California Government Code Section 3511
The changes made to Sections 3501, 3507.1, and 3509 of the Government Code by legislation enacted during the 1999-2000 Regular Session of the...
California Government Code Section 3512
It is the purpose of this chapter to promote full communication between the state and its employees by providing a reasonable method of resolving...
California Government Code Section 3513
As used in this chapter: (a) "Employee organization" means any organization that includes employees of the state and that has as one of its...
California Government Code Section 3514
Any person who shall willfully resist, prevent, impede or interfere with any member of the board, or any of its agents, in the performance of duties...
California Government Code Section 3514.5
The initial determination as to whether the charges of unfair practices are justified, and, if so, what remedy is necessary to effectuate the...
California Government Code Section 3515
Except as otherwise provided by the Legislature, state employees shall have the right to form, join, and participate in the activities of employee...
California Government Code Section 3515.5
Employee organizations shall have the right to represent their members in their employment relations with the state, except that once an employee...
California Government Code Section 3515.6
All employee organizations shall have the right to have membership dues, initiation fees, membership benefit programs, and general assessments...
California Government Code Section 3515.7
(a) Once an employee organization is recognized as the exclusive representative of an appropriate unit it may enter into an agreement with the state...
California Government Code Section 3515.8
Any state employee who pays a fair share fee shall have the right to demand and receive from the recognized employee organization, under procedures...
California Government Code Section 3516
The scope of representation shall be limited to wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment, except, however, that the scope of...
California Government Code Section 3516.5
Except in cases of emergency as provided in this section, the employer shall give reasonable written notice to each recognized employee organization...
California Government Code Section 3517
The Governor, or his representative as may be properly designated by law, shall meet and confer in good faith regarding wages, hours, and other terms
California Government Code Section 3517.5
If agreement is reached between the Governor and the recognized employee organization, they shall jointly prepare a written memorandum of such...
California Government Code Section 3517.6
(a) (1) In any case where the provisions of Section 70031 of the Education Code, or subdivision (i) of Section 3513, or Section 14876, 18714,...
California Government Code Section 3517.61
Notwithstanding Section 3517.6, for state employees in State Bargaining Unit 6, in any case where the provisions of Section 70031 of the Education...
California Government Code Section 3517.63
(a) Any side letter, appendix, or other addendum to a properly ratified memorandum of understanding that requires the expenditure of two hundred...
California Government Code Section 3517.7
If the Legislature does not approve or fully fund any provision of the memorandum of understanding which requires the expenditure of funds, either...
California Government Code Section 3517.8
(a) If a memorandum of understanding has expired, and the Governor and the recognized employee organization have not agreed to a new memorandum of...
California Government Code Section 3518
If after a reasonable period of time, the Governor and the recognized employee organization fail to reach agreement, the Governor and the recognized...
California Government Code Section 3518.5
A reasonable number of employee representatives of recognized employee organizations shall be granted reasonable time off without loss of...
California Government Code Section 3518.7
Managerial employees and confidential employees shall be prohibited from holding elective office in an employee organization which also represents...
California Government Code Section 3519
It shall be unlawful for the state to do any of the following: (a) Impose or threaten to impose reprisals on employees, to discriminate or...
California Government Code Section 3519.5
It shall be unlawful for an employee organization to: (a) Cause or attempt to cause the state to violate Section 3519. (b) Impose or threaten...
California Government Code Section 3520
(a) Judicial review of a unit determination shall only be allowed: (1) when the board, in response to a petition from the state or an employee...
California Government Code Section 3520.5
(a) The state shall grant exclusive recognition to employee organizations designated or selected pursuant to rules established by the board for...
California Government Code Section 3520.7
The state employer shall adopt reasonable rules and regulations for all of the following: (a) Registering employee organizations, as defined by...
California Government Code Section 3521
(a) In determining an appropriate unit, the board shall be governed by the criteria in subdivision (b). However, the board shall not direct an...
California Government Code Section 3521.5
The term "professional employee" means (a) any employee engaged in work (1) predominantly intellectual and varied in character as opposed to routine...
California Government Code Section 3521.7
The board may, in accordance with reasonable standards, designate positions or classes of positions which have duties consisting primarily of the...
California Government Code Section 3522
(a) Physicians in any state bargaining unit may negotiate under this chapter for preauthorized travel outside the state for continuing medical...
California Government Code Section 3523
(a) All initial meet and confer proposals of recognized employee organizations shall be presented to the employer at a public meeting, and such...
California Government Code Section 3523.5
The enactment of this chapter shall not be construed as making the provisions of Section 923 of the Labor Code applicable to state employees.
California Government Code Section 3524
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Ralph C. Dills Act.
California Government Code Section 3525
This chapter shall be known, and may be cited, as the Bill of Rights for State Excluded Employees.
California Government Code Section 3526
The purpose of this chapter is to inform state supervisory, managerial, confidential, and employees otherwise excepted from coverage under the Ralph...
California Government Code Section 3527
As used in this chapter: (a) "Employee" means a civil service employee of the State of California. The "State of California" as used in this...
California Government Code Section 3528
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the rights and protections provided to excluded employees under this chapter constitute a matter of...
California Government Code Section 3529
(a) Except for supervisory employees as defined in subdivision (g) of Section 3513, excluded employees shall not hold any office in an employee...
California Government Code Section 3530
Excluded employee organizations shall have the right to represent their excluded members in their employment relations, including grievances, with...
California Government Code Section 3531
Supervisory employees shall have the right to form, join, and participate in the activities of supervisory employee organizations of their own...
California Government Code Section 3532
The scope of representation for supervisory employees shall include all matters relating to employment conditions and supervisory employer-employee...
California Government Code Section 3533
Upon request, the state shall meet and confer with verified supervisory organizations representing supervisory employees on matters within the scope...
California Government Code Section 3534
The state employer shall allow a reasonable number of supervisory public employee representatives of verified supervisory employee organizations...
California Government Code Section 3535
The Department of Personnel Administration may adopt rules and regulations for the administration of excluded employer-employee relations, including...
California Government Code Section 3536
The state may adopt reasonable rules and regulations providing for designation of the management and confidential employees of the state and...
California Government Code Section 3537
Every excluded employee organization shall submit an annual registration statement on or before July 1 of each calendar year to the Department of...
California Government Code Section 3538
The state employer and excluded employee organizations shall not interfere with, intimidate, restrain, coerce, or discriminate against supervisory...
California Government Code Section 3539
The enactment of this chapter shall not make Section 923 of the Labor Code applicable to state employees.
California Government Code Section 3539.5
(a) The Department of Personnel Administration may adopt or amend regulations to implement employee benefits for those state officers and employees...
California Government Code Section 3540
It is the purpose of this chapter to promote the improvement of personnel management and employer-employee relations within the public school systems
California Government Code Section 3540.1
As used in this chapter: (a) "Board" means the Public Employment Relations Board created pursuant to Section 3541. (b) "Certified organization"
California Government Code Section 3540.2
(a) A school district that has a qualified or negative certification pursuant to Section 42131 of the Education Code shall allow the county office of
California Government Code Section 3541
(a) There is in state government the Public Employment Relations Board which shall be independent of any state agency and shall consist of five...
California Government Code Section 3541.3
The board shall have all of the following powers and duties: (a) To determine in disputed cases, or otherwise approve, appropriate units. (b)...
California Government Code Section 3541.4
Any person who shall willfully resist, prevent, impede or interfere with any member of the board, or any of its agents, in the performance of duties...
California Government Code Section 3541.5
The initial determination as to whether the charges of unfair practices are justified, and, if so, what remedy is necessary to effectuate the...
California Government Code Section 3542
(a) No employer or employee organization shall have the right to judicial review of a unit determination except: (1) when the board in response to a
California Government Code Section 3543
(a) Public school employees shall have the right to form, join, and participate in the activities of employee organizations of their own choosing for
California Government Code Section 3543.1
(a) Employee organizations shall have the right to represent their members in their employment relations with public school employers, except that...
California Government Code Section 3543.2
(a) The scope of representation shall be limited to matters relating to wages, hours of employment, and other terms and conditions of employment. ...
California Government Code Section 3543.3
A public school employer or such representatives as it may designate who may, but need not be, subject to either certification requirements or...
California Government Code Section 3543.4
A person serving in a management position, senior management position, or a confidential position may not be represented by an exclusive...
California Government Code Section 3543.5
It is unlawful for a public school employer to do any of the following: (a) Impose or threaten to impose reprisals on employees, to discriminate...
California Government Code Section 3543.6
It shall be unlawful for an employee organization to: (a) Cause or attempt to cause a public school employer to violate Section 3543. 5. (b)...
California Government Code Section 3543.7
The duty to meet and negotiate in good faith requires the parties to begin negotiations prior to the adoption of the final budget for the ensuing...
California Government Code Section 3543.8
Any employee organization shall have standing to sue in any action or proceeding heretofore or hereafter instituted by it as representative and on...
California Government Code Section 3544
(a) An employee organization may become the exclusive representative for the employees of an appropriate unit for purposes of meeting and negotiating
California Government Code Section 3544.1
The public school employer shall grant a request for recognition filed pursuant to Section 3544, unless any of the following apply: (a) The public
California Government Code Section 3544.3
If, by January 1 of any school year, no employee organization has made a claim of majority support in an appropriate unit pursuant to Section 3544, a
California Government Code Section 3544.5
A petition may be filed with the board, in accordance with its rules and regulations, requesting it to investigate and decide the question of whether
California Government Code Section 3544.7
(a) Upon receipt of a petition filed pursuant to Section 3544.3 or 3544.5, the board shall conduct inquiries and investigations or hold any hearings...
California Government Code Section 3544.9
The employee organization recognized or certified as the exclusive representative for the purpose of meeting and negotiating shall fairly represent...
California Government Code Section 3545
(a) In each case where the appropriateness of the unit is an issue, the board shall decide the question on the basis of the community of interest...
California Government Code Section 3546
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon receiving notice from the exclusive representative of a public school employee who is in a unit...
California Government Code Section 3546.3
Notwithstanding subdivision (i) of Section 3540.1, Section 3546, or any other provision of this chapter, any employee who is a member of a religious...
California Government Code Section 3546.5
Every recognized or certified employee organization shall keep an adequate itemized record of its financial transactions and shall make available...
California Government Code Section 3547
(a) All initial proposals of exclusive representatives and of public school employers, which relate to matters within the scope of representation,...
California Government Code Section 3547.5
(a) Before a public school employer enters into a written agreement with an exclusive representative covering matters within the scope of...
California Government Code Section 3548
Either a public school employer or the exclusive representative may declare that an impasse has been reached between the parties in negotiations over
California Government Code Section 3548.1
(a) If the mediator is unable to effect settlement of the controversy within 15 days after his appointment and the mediator declares that factfinding
California Government Code Section 3548.2
(a) The panel shall, within 10 days after its appointment, meet with the parties or their representatives, either jointly or separately, and may make
California Government Code Section 3548.3
(a) If the dispute is not settled within 30 days after the appointment of the panel, or, upon agreement by both parties, within a longer period, the...
California Government Code Section 3548.4
Nothing in this article shall be construed to prohibit the mediator appointed pursuant to Section 3548 from continuing mediation efforts on the basis
California Government Code Section 3548.5
A public school employer and an exclusive representative who enter into a written agreement covering matters within the scope of representation may...
California Government Code Section 3548.6
If the written agreement does not include procedures authorized by Section 3548.5, both parties to the agreement may agree to submit any disputes...
California Government Code Section 3548.7
Where a party to a written agreement is aggrieved by the failure, neglect, or refusal of the other party to proceed to arbitration pursuant to the...
California Government Code Section 3548.8
An arbitration award made pursuant to Section 3548.5, 3548.6, or 3548. 7 shall be final and binding upon the parties and may be enforced by a court...
California Government Code Section 3549
The enactment of this chapter shall not be construed as making the provisions of Section 923 of the Labor Code applicable to public school employees...
California Government Code Section 3549.1
All the proceedings set forth in subdivisions (a) to (d), inclusive, are exempt from the provisions of Sections 35144 and 35145 of the Education...
California Government Code Section 3549.3
If any provisions of this chapter or the application of such provision to any person or circumstances, shall be held invalid, the remainder of this...
California Government Code Section 3560
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that: (a) The people of the State of California have a fundamental interest in the development of...
California Government Code Section 3561
(a) It is the further purpose of this chapter to provide orderly and clearly defined procedures for meeting and conferring and the resolution of...
California Government Code Section 3562
As used in this chapter: (a) "Arbitration" means a method of resolving a rights dispute under which the parties to a controversy must accept the...
California Government Code Section 3562.1
The California State University may meet and confer with the employee organization selected as the exclusive representative of appropriate units at...
California Government Code Section 3562.2
Notwithstanding subdivision (r) of Section 3562, for purposes of the California State University only, "scope of representation" also means any...
California Government Code Section 3563
This chapter shall be administered by the Public Employment Relations Board. In administering this chapter the board shall have all of the following
California Government Code Section 3563.1
Any person who shall willfully resist, prevent, impede or interfere with any member of the board, or any of its agents, in the performance of duties...
California Government Code Section 3563.2
The initial determination as to whether the charges of unfair practices are justified, and, if so, what remedy is necessary to effectuate the...
California Government Code Section 3563.3
The board shall have the power to issue a decision and order directing an offending party to cease and desist from the unfair practice and to take...
California Government Code Section 3564
(a) No employer or employee organization shall have the right to judicial review of a unit determination except: (1) when the board in response to a
California Government Code Section 3565
Higher education employees shall have the right to form, join and participate in the activities of employee organizations of their own choosing for...
California Government Code Section 3566
The Trustees of the California State University shall adopt reasonable rules and regulations for all of the following: (a) Registering employee...
California Government Code Section 3567
Any employee or group of employees may at any time, either individually or through a representative of their own choosing, present grievances to the...
California Government Code Section 3568
Subject to reasonable regulations, employee organizations shall have the right of access at reasonable times to areas in which employees work, the...
California Government Code Section 3569
A reasonable number of representatives of an exclusive representative shall have the right to receive reasonable periods of released or reassigned...
California Government Code Section 3569.5
(a) The state shall allow up to three employee representatives from each employee organization which represents employees of the California State...
California Government Code Section 3570
Higher education employers, or such representatives as they may designate, shall engage in meeting and conferring with the employee organization...
California Government Code Section 3571
It shall be unlawful for the higher education employer to do any of the following: (a) Impose or threaten to impose reprisals on employees, to...
California Government Code Section 3571.1
It shall be unlawful for an employee organization to: (a) Cause or attempt to cause the higher education employer to violate Section 3571. (b)...
California Government Code Section 3571.3
The expression of any views, arguments, or opinions, or the dissemination thereof, whether in written, printed, graphic, or visual form, shall not...
California Government Code Section 3572
This section shall apply only to the California State University. (a) The duty to meet and confer in good faith requires the parties to begin...
California Government Code Section 3572.1
This section shall apply only to the California Maritime Academy. (a) The duty to engage in meeting and conferring requires the parties to begin...
California Government Code Section 3572.3
This section shall apply only to the University of California. (a) The duty to engage in meeting and conferring requires the parties to begin...
California Government Code Section 3572.5
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), in the case where the following provisions of law are in conflict with a memorandum of understanding, the...
California Government Code Section 3573
An employee organization may become the exclusive representative for the employees of an appropriate unit for purposes of meeting and conferring by...
California Government Code Section 3574
The higher education employer shall grant a request for recognition filed pursuant to Section 3573 unless any of the following occurs: (a) The...
California Government Code Section 3575
A petition may be filed with the board, in accordance with its rules and regulations, requesting it to investigate and decide the question of whether
California Government Code Section 3576
A petition may be filed with the board, in accordance with its rules and regulations, requesting it to investigate and decide the question of whether
California Government Code Section 3577
(a) (1) (A) Upon receipt of a petition filed pursuant to Section 3575, the board shall conduct inquiries and investigations, or hold hearings, as it...
California Government Code Section 3578
The employee organization recognized or certified as the exclusive representative shall represent all employees in the unit, fairly and impartially.
California Government Code Section 3579
(a) In each case where the appropriateness of a unit is an issue, in determining an appropriate unit, the board shall take into consideration all of...
California Government Code Section 3580
Except as provided by this article, supervisory employees shall not have the rights, or be covered by, any provision or definition established by...
California Government Code Section 3580.3
"Supervisory employee" means any individual, regardless of the job description or title, having authority, in the interest of the employer to hire,...
California Government Code Section 3580.5
(a) Supervisory employees shall not participate in the handling of grievances on behalf of nonsupervisory employees. Nonsupervisory employees shall...
California Government Code Section 3581.1
Supervisory employees shall have the right to form, join, and participate in the activities of employee organizations of their own choosing for the...
California Government Code Section 3581.2
Employee organizations shall have the right to represent their supervisory employee members in their employment relations, including grievances, with
California Government Code Section 3581.3
The scope of representation for supervisory employees shall include all matters relating to employment conditions and supervisory employee-employer...
California Government Code Section 3581.4
The higher education employer shall meet and confer with representatives of employee organizations upon request. Meet and confer means that they...
California Government Code Section 3581.5
The higher education employer shall allow a reasonable number of supervisory public employee representatives of verified employee organizations...
California Government Code Section 3581.6
The higher education employer and employee organizations shall not interfere with, intimidate, restrain, coerce, or discriminate against supervisory...
California Government Code Section 3581.7
Subject to review by the board, the higher education employer may adopt reasonable rules and regulations for the administration of supervisory...
California Government Code Section 3582
Subject to the limitations set forth in this section, organizational security shall be within the scope of representation.
California Government Code Section 3583
Permissible forms of organizational security shall be limited to either of the following: (a) An arrangement pursuant to which an employee may...
California Government Code Section 3583.5
(a) (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any employee of the California State University or the University of California, other than a...
California Government Code Section 3584
(a) Notwithstanding Section 3583.5, an employee of the California State University or the University of California, other than faculty of the...
California Government Code Section 3585
In the absence of an arrangement pursuant to Section 3583 or 3583.5, an employer shall, upon written authorization by the employee involved, deduct...
California Government Code Section 3586
The Trustees of the California State University shall continue all payroll assignments authorized by an employee prior to and until recognition or...
California Government Code Section 3587
Every recognized or certified employee organization shall keep an adequate itemized record of its financial transactions and shall make available...
California Government Code Section 3589
(a) An employer and an exclusive representative who enter into a written memorandum of understanding may agree to procedures for final and binding...
California Government Code Section 3590
Either an employer or the exclusive representative may declare that an impasse has been reached between the parties in negotiations over matters...
California Government Code Section 3591
If the mediator is unable to effect settlement of the controversy within 15 days after his appointment and the mediator declares that factfinding is...
California Government Code Section 3592
The panel shall, within 10 days after its appointment, meet with the parties or their representatives and consider their respective positions. The...
California Government Code Section 3593
(a) If the dispute is not settled within 30 days after the appointment of the panel, or, upon agreement by both parties, within a longer period, the...
California Government Code Section 3594
Nothing in this article shall be construed to prohibit the mediator appointed pursuant to Section 3590, with the permission of the parties, from...
California Government Code Section 3595
(a) All initial proposals of exclusive representatives and of higher education employers, which relate to matters within the scope of representation,
California Government Code Section 3596
All the proceedings set forth in this section shall be exempt from the provisions of Article 9 (commencing with Section 11120) of Chapter 1 of Part 1
California Government Code Section 3597
(a) Subject to provisions of subdivision (d), in all meeting and conferring between higher education employers and employee organizations...
California Government Code Section 3598
No memorandum of understanding shall contravene any federal or state law, including rules and regulations promulgated pursuant to such laws,...
California Government Code Section 3599
If any provision of this chapter or the application of such provision to any person or circumstance shall be held invalid, the remainder of this...
California Government Code Section 4000
This chapter does not apply to maintenance work, work occasioned by emergency, and work costing less than fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000).
California Government Code Section 4001
As used in this chapter, "engineer" means the Director of Transportation, the Director of Water Resources, the Director of General Services, or a...
California Government Code Section 4002
As used in this chapter, "public work" means the construction of any bridge, road, street, highway, ditch, canal, dam, tunnel, excavation, building...
California Government Code Section 4003
The engineer directing, supervising or superintending the construction, or in charge of the engineering work for or in connection with public work...
California Government Code Section 4004
Prior to the commencement of the public work, the engineer shall prepare and file in his office either full, complete and accurate plans and...
California Government Code Section 4005
Within 60 days from the completion of any public work, the engineer shall prepare and file in the office of the clerk of the board of supervisors of...
California Government Code Section 4006
Plans, specifications, work authorizations describing work to be performed, and all other information referred to in this chapter are open to...
California Government Code Section 4007
Every engineer who wilfully violates any of the provisions of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Government Code Section 4200
As used in this chapter: (a) "Competent spoil" means soils that can be treated to bring their moisture content into the optimum range, and that...
California Government Code Section 4201
Any local agency that undertakes or contracts for an excavation for the installation, removal, maintenance, or repair of underground facilities may...
California Government Code Section 4215
In any contract to which a public agency as defined in Section 4401 is a party, the public agency shall assume the responsibility, between the...
California Government Code Section 4216
As used in this article the following definitions apply: (a) "Approximate location of subsurface installations" means a strip of land not more...
California Government Code Section 4216.1
Every operator of a subsurface installation, except the Department of Transportation, shall become a member of, participate in, and share in the...
California Government Code Section 4216.2
(a) (1) Except in an emergency, any person planning to conduct any excavation shall contact the appropriate regional notification center, at least...
California Government Code Section 4216.3
(a) (1) Any operator of a subsurface installation who receives timely notification of any proposed excavation work in accordance with Section 4216.2...
California Government Code Section 4216.4
(a) When the excavation is within the approximate location of subsurface installation, the excavator shall determine the exact location of subsurface
California Government Code Section 4216.5
The requirements of this article apply to state agencies and to local agencies which own or operate subsurface installations, except as otherwise...
California Government Code Section 4216.6
(a) (1) Any operator or excavator who negligently violates this article is subject to a civil penalty in an amount not to exceed ten thousand dollars
California Government Code Section 4216.7
(a) If a subsurface installation is damaged by an excavator as a result of failing to comply with Section 4216.2 or 4216.4, or as a result of failing
California Government Code Section 4216.8
This article does not apply to any of the following persons: (a) An owner of real property who contracts for an excavation project on the...
California Government Code Section 4216.9
(a) No permit to excavate issued by any local agency, as defined in Section 4216, or any state agency, shall be valid unless the applicant has been...
California Government Code Section 4217.10
To help implement the policy set forth in Section 25008 of the Public Resources Code, and to extend that policy to facilities of local governments,...
California Government Code Section 4217.11
The following terms, whenever used in this chapter, have the meanings given in this section, except where the context clearly indicates otherwise:
California Government Code Section 4217.12
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a public agency may enter into an energy service contract and any necessarily related facility ground
California Government Code Section 4217.13
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a public agency may enter into a facility financing contract and a facility ground lease on terms that...
California Government Code Section 4217.14
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the public agency may enter into contracts for the sale of electricity, electrical generating capacity,...
California Government Code Section 4217.15
The public agency may, but is not required to, base the findings required under Sections 4217.12 and 4217.13 on projections for electrical and...
California Government Code Section 4217.16
Prior to awarding or entering into an agreement or lease, the public agency may request proposals from qualified persons. After evaluating the...
California Government Code Section 4217.17
This chapter does not limit the authority of any public agency to construct energy conservation projects or to enter into other leases or contracts...
California Government Code Section 4217.18
The provisions of this chapter shall be construed to provide the greatest possible flexibility to public agencies in structuring agreements entered...
California Government Code Section 4300
As used in this article: (a) "United States" means the United States of America, and includes any Territory or insular possession of the United...
California Government Code Section 4301
This article does not apply to materials which are of a class or kind which are not, or which are manufactured from materials which are not, produced
California Government Code Section 4302
This article does not apply to medical and surgical instruments, scientific equipment, microscopes, lenses, or instruments used for scientific or...
California Government Code Section 4302.5
The provisions of this article do not apply to the purchase of sewing machines, regardless of the place of their manufacture or the source of the...
California Government Code Section 4302.6
The provisions of this article do not apply to the purchase of printing presses of rotary gripper system or single revolution design, which are...
California Government Code Section 4303
The governing body of any political subdivision, municipal corporation, or district, and any public officer or person charged with the letting of...
California Government Code Section 4303.5
Any provision of this article to the contrary notwithstanding, any such body or person may let a contract for the purchase of office machines or...
California Government Code Section 4304
Every contract for the construction, alteration or repair of public works or for the purchase of materials for public use shall contain a provision...
California Government Code Section 4305
The name of the person failing to comply, together with a report of the facts constituting the violation, shall be posted by the governing board or...
California Government Code Section 4330
As used in this article, "supplies" includes goods, wares, merchandise, manufactures, and produce.
California Government Code Section 4331
Price, fitness and quality being equal, any body, officer, or other person charged with the purchase, or permitted or authorized to purchase supplies
California Government Code Section 4332
All State, county, or city officers, all bodies, and other persons charged with advertising for supplies shall state in their advertisement that such
California Government Code Section 4333
In any advertisement for supplies no bid shall be asked for any article of a specific brand or mark nor any patent apparatus or appliances, when such
California Government Code Section 4334
Public officers and bodies charged with the letting of contracts for public work, with the construction of public bridges, buildings and other...
California Government Code Section 4360
As used in this article (a) "Agricultural aircraft operator" means any person who applies, from an aircraft, chemicals, seeds, or fertilizers. ...
California Government Code Section 4361
Public officers and bodies charged with the purchase or the letting of contracts for services or supplies for any public use may give such contracts...
California Government Code Section 4400
This chapter shall be known and cited as the "Emergency Termination of Public Contracts Act."
California Government Code Section 4401
"Public agency," as used in this chapter, includes the State, its various commissions, boards and departments and any county, city, district or state
California Government Code Section 4410
In the event a national emergency occurs, and public work, being performed by contract, is stopped, directly or indirectly, because of the freezing...
California Government Code Section 4411
Such an agreement shall include the terms and conditions of the termination of the contract and provision for the payment of compensation or money,...
California Government Code Section 4412
It shall be competent for any public agency to provide in the specifications for any public works contract detailed provisions as to the conditions...
California Government Code Section 4420
(a) No state or local governmental agency and no person acting on behalf of any state or local governmental agency, except a governmental agency...
California Government Code Section 4420.5
(a) Section 4420 does not apply to any construction or renovation project undertaken by a school district or community college district. (b) The...
California Government Code Section 4420.5
(a) Section 4420 does not apply to any construction or renovation project undertaken by a school district or community college district. (b) The...
California Government Code Section 4420.8
(a) Notwithstanding subdivision (b) of Section 4420, commencing January 1, 1999, a state agency may utilize owner-controlled or wrap-up insurance...
California Government Code Section 4421
This chapter shall not prevent the exercise by such officer or employee on behalf of the state or such public agency or public authority of the right
California Government Code Section 4422
All provisions in any invitation for bids, or in any of the contract documents, in conflict with this chapter are hereby declared to be contrary to...
California Government Code Section 4450
(a) It is the purpose of this chapter to ensure that all buildings, structures, sidewalks, curbs, and related facilities, constructed in this state...
California Government Code Section 4450.5
The State Architect's regulations adopted pursuant to Section 4450 shall require that all parking spaces reserved for the handicapped be identified...
California Government Code Section 4451
(a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, this chapter shall be limited in its application to all buildings and facilities stated in Section...
California Government Code Section 4452
It is the intent of the Legislature that the building standards published in the State Building Standards Code relating to access by the physically...
California Government Code Section 4453
The responsibility for enforcement of this chapter shall be as follows: (a) By the Director of the Department of General Services where state...
California Government Code Section 4453.5
(a) In addition to any other inspection requirements pertaining to building standards of state and school district buildings used by the public, the
California Government Code Section 4454
(a) Where state funds are utilized for any building or facility subject to this chapter, or where funds of counties, municipalities, or other...
California Government Code Section 4455
The Department of Rehabilitation shall be responsible for educating the public and working with officials of cities, counties, municipalities, and...
California Government Code Section 4455.5
All new elevators in public buildings or facilities after the operative date of the act that amended this section during the first year of the...
California Government Code Section 4456
After the effective date of this section, any building or facility which would have been subject to this chapter but for the fact it was constructed...
California Government Code Section 4457
On or after January 1, 1986, all portable buildings purchased, leased, or constructed by a school district shall meet the requirements of this...
California Government Code Section 4458
The district attorney, the city attorney, the county counsel if the district attorney does not bring an action, or the Attorney General may bring an...
California Government Code Section 4459
(a) The State Architect shall develop amendments for building regulations and submit them to the California Building Standards Commission for...
California Government Code Section 4459.5
(a) The State Architect shall establish and publicize a program for voluntary certification by the state of any person who meets specified criteria...
California Government Code Section 4459.6
The State Architect shall appoint an ad hoc advisory committee to assist in developing the requirements for certification as access specialists...
California Government Code Section 4459.7
(a) No later than October 31 of each year, the State Architect shall publish and make available to the public a list of certified access specialists...
California Government Code Section 4459.8
(a) The certification authorized by Section 4459.5 is effective for three years from the date of initial certification and expires if not renewed. ...
California Government Code Section 4460
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that it is essential that detectable warning and directional surfaces comply with the California Building...
California Government Code Section 4461
If a violation of Section 4450, 4450.5, 4451, 4452, 4453.5, 4454, 4455, 4455.5, 4456, 4457, 4459, or 4460 is alleged or the application or...
California Government Code Section 4475
"State agency," as used in this chapter, means any state agency defined in Section 11000, which is authorized to enter into contracts and shall...
California Government Code Section 4476
"Person," as used in this chapter means any individual, corporation, association, or any other entity organized for the purpose of conducting...
California Government Code Section 4477
No state agency shall enter into any contract for the purchase of supplies, equipment, or services from any person who is in violation of any order...
California Government Code Section 4478
The provisions of this chapter shall not apply to contracts with a dollar value below the required level for competitive bidding established in...
California Government Code Section 4479
Each state agency shall exercise due diligence in determining whether or not one or more persons have divided a contract to avoid the limitation of...
California Government Code Section 4480
The provisions of this chapter shall not apply when a person otherwise prohibited from contracting with the state under this chapter is the sole...
California Government Code Section 4481
Each local agency or board set forth in Section 4477 shall notify within seven days after determination thereof, the Water Resources Control Board or
California Government Code Section 4482
The provisions of this chapter shall not apply to contracts executed prior to the effective date of this chapter.
California Government Code Section 4500
(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of any statute, rule, regulation, decision, or pronouncement to the contrary, other than subdivision (b), every...
California Government Code Section 4525
For purposes of this chapter, the following terms have the following meaning: (a) "Firm" means any individual, firm, partnership, corporation,...
California Government Code Section 4526
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, selection by a state or local agency head for professional services of private architectural, landscape...
California Government Code Section 4526.5
A state agency head entering into a contract pursuant to this chapter shall, in addition to any other applicable statute or regulation, also follow...
California Government Code Section 4527
In the procurement of architectural, landscape architectural, engineering, environmental, land surveying, and construction project management...
California Government Code Section 4528
(a) When the selection is by a state agency head the following procedures shall apply: (1) The state agency head shall negotiate a contract with...
California Government Code Section 4529
This chapter shall not apply where the state or local agency head determines that the services needed are more of a technical nature and involve...
California Government Code Section 4529.5
Any individual or firm proposing to provide construction project management services pursuant to this chapter shall provide evidence that the...
California Government Code Section 4529.10
For purposes of Article XXII of the California Constitution and this act, the term "architectural and engineering services" shall include all...
California Government Code Section 4529.11
All projects included in the State Transportation Improvement Program programmed and funded as interregional improvements or as regional improvements
California Government Code Section 4529.12
All architectural and engineering services shall be procured pursuant to a fair, competitive selection process which prohibits governmental agency...
California Government Code Section 4529.13
Nothing contained in this act shall be construed to change project design standards, seismic safety standards or project construction standards...
California Government Code Section 4529.14
Architectural and engineering services contracts procured by public agencies shall be subject to standard accounting practices and may require...
California Government Code Section 4529.15
This act only applies to architectural and engineering services defined in Government Code Section 4529.10. Nothing contained in this act shall be...
California Government Code Section 4529.16
This act shall not be applied in a manner that will result in the loss of federal funding to any governmental entity.
California Government Code Section 4529.17
The provisions of this act are severable. If any provision of this act or its application is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect other...
California Government Code Section 4529.18
If any act of the Legislature conflicts with the provisions of this act, this act shall prevail.
California Government Code Section 4529.19
This act shall be liberally construed to accomplish its purposes.
California Government Code Section 4529.20
This act seeks to comprehensively regulate the matters which are contained within its provisions. These are matters of statewide concern and when...
California Government Code Section 4530
This chapter shall be known as the "Target Area Contract Preference Act."
California Government Code Section 4531
The Legislature hereby declares that it serves a public purpose, and is of benefit to the state, to encourage and facilitate job maintenance and job...
California Government Code Section 4532
As used in this chapter: (a) "Block group" means the smallest area for which the United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census...
California Government Code Section 4533
Whenever the state prepares a solicitation for a contract for goods in excess of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), except a contract in which...
California Government Code Section 4533.1
Where a bidder complies with the provisions of Section 4533, or the worksite or worksites where at least 50 percent of the labor required to perform...
California Government Code Section 4534
In evaluating proposals for contracts for services in excess of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), except a contract in which the worksite is...
California Government Code Section 4534.1
Where a bidder complies with the provisions of Section 4534, the state shall award the additional preferences as set forth in Section 4533.1 as...
California Government Code Section 4535
All state contracts issued to bidders who are awarded preferences under this chapter shall contain conditions to ensure that the contractor performs...
California Government Code Section 4535.1
A business that requests and is given the preference provided for in Section 4533, 4533.1, 4534, or 4534.1 by reason of having furnished a false...
California Government Code Section 4535.2
(a) The maximum preference and incentive a bidder may be awarded pursuant to this chapter and any other provision of law shall be 15 percent. ...
California Government Code Section 4535.3
The Department of General Services, with the cooperation of the Employment Development Department, the Department of Industrial Relations and the...
California Government Code Section 4550
As used in this chapter: (a) "Public purchase" means a purchase by means of competitive bids of goods, services, or materials by the state or any...
California Government Code Section 4552
In submitting a bid to a public purchasing body, the bidder offers and agrees that if the bid is accepted, it will assign to the purchasing body all...
California Government Code Section 4553
If an awarding body or public purchasing body receives, either through judgment or settlement, a monetary recovery for a cause of action assigned...
California Government Code Section 4554
Upon demand in writing by the assignor, the assignee shall, within one year from such demand, reassign the cause of action assigned under this part...
California Government Code Section 4560
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that there is a substantial need to provide adequate child care facilities for state employees. (b) When...
California Government Code Section 4561
Child care facilities for the employees of the California State University and Colleges and the University of California shall be incorporated into...
California Government Code Section 4562
This chapter shall not apply to the design of new state office buildings, additions, alterations, or repairs of existing state-owned office...
California Government Code Section 4563
(a) Sections 4560, 4561, and 4562 are not applicable to any state-owned transportation facility. (b) Space at a state-owned transportation...
California Government Code Section 5000
The owner of any coupon bond, or of any bond payable to bearer, issued by the State, or any county, municipal corporation, or other public...
California Government Code Section 5001
The treasurer, or officer performing the duties of treasurer, shall cut off and cancel the coupons of a coupon bond so presented, and shall stamp,...
California Government Code Section 5002
The statement may be in substantially the following form: (Date, giving month, year, and day.) This bond is...
California Government Code Section 5003
After any bond is registered, the principal and interest of the bond are payable to the registered owner.
California Government Code Section 5004
The treasurer, or other officer performing the duties of treasurer, shall keep in his office a book which shall at all times show what bonds are...
California Government Code Section 5005
After a bond is registered it may be transferred from time to time by the registered owner, in person or by attorney, on presentation of the bond to...
California Government Code Section 5006
Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in any law or municipal charter authorizing the issuance of bonds, whenever under any statute of the...
California Government Code Section 5007
Any legislative or governing body which authorizes the issuance of bonds of any county, city and county, city, municipal corporation, public...
California Government Code Section 5008
The treasurer, or officer performing the duties of treasurer, of any county, district, municipal corporation, or other public corporation in the...
California Government Code Section 5009
All moneys received by the State Treasurer under this chapter shall be paid monthly into the State Treasury for credit to the General Fund.
California Government Code Section 5050
This chapter may be cited as the Registered Public Obligations Act of California.
California Government Code Section 5051
As used in this chapter, the following terms have the following meanings, unless the context otherwise requires: (a) "Authorized officer" means...
California Government Code Section 5052
(a) The code provides that interest with respect to certain obligations may not be exempt from federal income taxation unless they are in registered...
California Government Code Section 5053
(a) Each issuer is authorized to establish and maintain a system of registration with respect to each obligation which it issues. The system may...
California Government Code Section 5054
(a) A certificated registered public obligation shall be executed by the issuer by the manual or facsimile signature or signatures of authorized...
California Government Code Section 5055
(a) Any certificated registered public obligation signed by the authorized officers at the time of the signing thereof shall remain valid and...
California Government Code Section 5056
When a seal is required or permitted in the execution of any certificated registered public obligation, an authorized officer may cause the seal to...
California Government Code Section 5057
(a) An issuer may appoint for such term as may be agreed, including for so long as a registered public obligation may be outstanding, corporate or...
California Government Code Section 5058
(a) An issuer, prior to or at original issuance of registered public obligations, may provide as a part of a system of registration that the...
California Government Code Section 5059
Obligations issued by public entities under the laws of this state, which are in registered form, whether or not represented by an instrument, and...
California Government Code Section 5060
(a) Records, with regard to the ownership of or security interests in registered public obligations, are not subject to inspection or copying under...
California Government Code Section 5061
(a) Unless at any time prior to or at original issuance of a registered public obligation the official or official body of the issuer determines...
California Government Code Section 5062
This chapter shall be construed in conjunction with the Uniform Commercial Code and the principles of contract law relative to the registration and...
California Government Code Section 5100
This chapter shall be liberally construed to the end that the purpose hereof may be made effective.
California Government Code Section 5101
As used in this chapter, "bonds" means State, county, municipal, or other public corporation or district bonds.
California Government Code Section 5102
As used in this chapter, "guarantor" means the person or persons guaranteeing the payment of bonds, the repurchase thereof, or the payment or...
California Government Code Section 5103
As used in this chapter, "issuing body" means the State, any subdivision thereof, municipality, public corporation, or district.
California Government Code Section 5104
As used in this chapter, "order" means declaration, proclamation, or order of any officer or court having jurisdiction to make the declaration,...
California Government Code Section 5105
Whenever by operation of law or by order the bonded indebtedness of any issuing body is reduced in amount, the interest thereon reduced, the time for
California Government Code Section 5106
Whenever by operation of law or by order any issuing body defaults in the payment of its bonded indebtedness, the obligations of guarantors shall be...
California Government Code Section 5107
The relief of guarantors is limited to the extent of defaults in principal, interest, or both principal and interest of the bonds guaranteed.
California Government Code Section 5108
If the guarantors function in the capacity of trustee or if the custody of the bonds is in the possession of a trustee, and administered by the...
California Government Code Section 5300
As used in this chapter, "bond" means any bond and the interest coupons attached thereto issued by any public body.
California Government Code Section 5301
As used in this chapter, "public body" means any county, city, district, or any other political subdivision of the State.
California Government Code Section 5302
(a) Wherever any statute requires that any bond issued by a public body be signed, manually by two or more officers or other individuals, all...
California Government Code Section 5303
Whenever under any law of this State, or under the provisions of any ordinance, resolution or order, bonds of any public body are required or...
California Government Code Section 5304
If any officer or deputy whose signature, countersignature or attestation appears on bonds or coupons ceases to be such officer or deputy before...
California Government Code Section 5400
"Public body" as used in this chapter means any county, city and county, city, public district, public authority or other public corporation which is
California Government Code Section 5401
"Bonds" as used in this chapter means any bonds or other evidences of indebtedness the principal and interest of which are payable or may be paid...
California Government Code Section 5402
"Governing body" as used in this chapter means the board of supervisors, city council, board of directors or other legislative or governing body...
California Government Code Section 5403
When bonds to be issued by or on behalf of a public body have been authorized by an election or other method provided by law, and where it is...
California Government Code Section 5404
If at any time following the levy of the tax or assessment authorized by Section 5403, the board, council or other body having the power to sell the...
California Government Code Section 5450
(a) "Bonds" means any bonds, notes, bond anticipation notes, commercial paper, or other evidences of indebtedness, or lease, installment purchase, or
California Government Code Section 5451
(a) A pledge of collateral by any public body to secure, directly or indirectly, the payment of the principal or redemption price of, or interest on,
California Government Code Section 5452
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to authorize new or increased authority to issue bonds.
California Government Code Section 5500
As used in this chapter: (a) "Public security" means a bond, note, certificate of indebtedness, or other obligation for the payment of money,...
California Government Code Section 5501
Any authorized officer may, after filing with the Secretary of State his manual signature certified by him under oath, execute or cause to be...
California Government Code Section 5502
When the seal of this State or any of its departments, agencies, or other instrumentalities, or of any county, city, or public district, is required...
California Government Code Section 5503
Any person who with intent to defraud uses on a public security or an instrument of payment; (a) A facsimile signature, or any reproduction of it,
California Government Code Section 5504
This act shall be so construed as to effectuate its general purpose to make uniform the law of states which enact it.
California Government Code Section 5505
This chapter may be cited as the Uniform Facsimile Signature of Public Officials Act.
California Government Code Section 5506
If any provision of this chapter or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect other...
California Government Code Section 5600
"Public body" as used in this chapter means any county, city and county, city, public district, public authority or other public corporation, or any...
California Government Code Section 5601
"Bonds" as used in this chapter means bonds, warrants, notes and other evidences of indebtedness issued by or on behalf of any public body.
California Government Code Section 5602
"Governing body" means a board of supervisors, city council, board of directors or other legislative or governing body which has the power to provide
California Government Code Section 5603
Any provision of law specifying the maximum or minimum denomination of bonds to the contrary notwithstanding, a governing body in its ordinance,...
California Government Code Section 5604
A governing body, in its ordinance, resolution or order providing for the issuance of any bonds, may provide a method whereby, at any time after the...
California Government Code Section 5650
As used in this chapter, "public securities" means any issue of bonds, notes, warrants or other evidences of indebtedness and the interest coupons,...
California Government Code Section 5651
As used in this chapter, "public body" means any county, city and county, city, municipal corporation, political subdivision, public district, public
California Government Code Section 5652
No public body shall enter into any contract which provides that such public body shall be furnished any report relating to the financial feasibility
California Government Code Section 5700
"Bonds" as used in this chapter means (a) any bonds or other evidences of indebtedness issued after the effective date of this chapter by the state...
California Government Code Section 5701
The provisions of this chapter apply to every bond regardless of any other provision of law or any provision of the bond's authorization.
California Government Code Section 5702
The State Treasurer shall be the sole agent for offering and selling bonds. In selling bonds on behalf of any department of state government or...
California Government Code Section 5703
(a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b), (c), and (d), the Treasurer, in exercising the duties of agent for offering and selling bonds, whose...
California Government Code Section 5750
The Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (a) There is a growing need for the state to finance capital projects to renew and expand
California Government Code Section 5751
As used in this chapter, the following terms have the following meanings: (a) "Bonds" means general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, or any...
California Government Code Section 5752
The Treasurer may sell California savings bonds in accordance with the requirements of this chapter. Notwithstanding any provision of law, when the...
California Government Code Section 5753
In arranging the sale of bonds, the Treasurer may impose the following requirements on any financial institution that sells the bonds to the public:
California Government Code Section 5754
(a) A person who redeems California savings bonds and who has owned the bonds for at least five years, or a person designated by the owner, may...
California Government Code Section 5755
The general authority of the Treasurer to sell bonds, as provided in this chapter, is intended to be in addition to, and not limited by, specific...
California Government Code Section 5800
As used in this chapter, "nonprofit corporation" means any nonprofit corporation formed under the Corporations Code, or otherwise, which proposes to...
California Government Code Section 5801
As used in this chapter, "joint powers authority" means any entity defined in Section 6542.
California Government Code Section 5802
As used in this chapter, "parking authority" means any entity created pursuant to Division 18 (commencing with Section 31500) of the Streets and...
California Government Code Section 5803
As used in this chapter, "issuer" means a nonprofit corporation, a joint powers authority or a parking authority.
California Government Code Section 5804
As used in this chapter, "public body" means any county, city and county, city, municipal corporation, political subdivision, public district, public
California Government Code Section 5805
As used in this chapter, "securities" means any bonds, notes, warrants or other evidences of indebtedness and the interest coupons, if any, attached...
California Government Code Section 5806
As used in this chapter, "public project" means any land, structure, facility or equipment or other personal property, the acquisition, construction...
California Government Code Section 5807
As used in this chapter, "public leaseback" means any lease by a public body of all or any part of a public project where the lease is between such...
California Government Code Section 5808
(a) Before selling any securities, any issuer shall advertise such securities for sale at public sale and shall invite sealed bids therefor by...
California Government Code Section 5809
All securities as defined in Section 5805, and all bonds, notes, warrants or other evidences of indebtedness of an issuer in an aggregate principal...
California Government Code Section 5850
As used in this chapter: (a) "Bonds" means any bonds, notes, certificates of indebtedness or other evidences of indebtedness issued after January...
California Government Code Section 5851
Notwithstanding any other provision of law specifying that interest on bonds is payable semiannually, interest on bonds is payable at the times...
California Government Code Section 5852
Notwithstanding any other provision of law specifying that bonds shall be issued pursuant to a resolution of a governing body of a public body, a...
California Government Code Section 5853
The general authority provided in this chapter is intended to be in addition to, and not limited by, specific provisions authorizing the issuance of...
California Government Code Section 5854
Section 3 of Article XIIIC of the California Constitution, as adopted at the November 5, 1996, general election, shall not be construed to mean that...
California Government Code Section 5900
The Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (a) The ability of the state and local governments to issue bonds is essential to their...
California Government Code Section 5901
It is the intent of the Legislature that state and local governments be provided with the powers and flexibility necessary and appropriate for them...
California Government Code Section 5902
As used in this chapter, the following words and terms shall have the following meanings, unless the context otherwise indicates or requires another...
California Government Code Section 5903
If, prior to issuing any bonds, the legislative body determines that the interest payable on the bonds to be issued by the state or local government...
California Government Code Section 5903.5
Section 5903 shall apply to any bonds the interest on which will not be subject to federal income taxation under the law in existence on the date of...
California Government Code Section 5904
The state or a local government may take any actions, and enter into any agreements, necessary or appropriate to register or qualify the bonds...
California Government Code Section 5905
One or more state or local governments may cause to be formed, and may acquire all, but not less than all, of the voting stock in, one or more...
California Government Code Section 5906
Any bonds issued by a state or local government pursuant to this chapter, or otherwise, and the purchasers or holders thereof, shall be exempt from...
California Government Code Section 5907
This chapter shall not affect bonds approved by the voters of the state or local government issuer prior to the effective date of this chapter, to...
California Government Code Section 5908
The authority conferred by this chapter includes the authority to enter into any and all contracts incident to the exercise of the authority...
California Government Code Section 5909
To the extent that the provisions of this chapter are inconsistent with any other provision of general law or special act or any part thereof, now or
California Government Code Section 5920
The Legislature finds and declares that the incurring or carrying of obligations and making and managing of investments by state and local...
California Government Code Section 5921
As used in this chapter, the following definitions apply, unless the context otherwise indicates or requires another or different meaning or intent:
California Government Code Section 5921.5
For purposes of this chapter, in addition to any other authorization provided by law, the Treasurer may enter into and manage on behalf of the state...
California Government Code Section 5922
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, all of the following apply: (a) (1) In connection with, or incidental to, the issuance or carrying of...
California Government Code Section 5923
(a) To the extent that this chapter is inconsistent with any other general statute or special act or parts thereof, now or hereafter enacted, this...
California Government Code Section 5924
(a) Notwithstanding Section 13340, there is hereby continuously appropriated without regard to fiscal years, from the General Fund in the State...
California Government Code Section 5925
The purchase or other acquisition of bonds by or on behalf of the state or local government that issued the bonds does not cancel, extinguish, or...
California Government Code Section 5950
As used in this chapter: (a) "Accredited investor" has the meaning specified in Rule 501 of the Securities Act of 1933. (b) "In this state" has
California Government Code Section 5951
It is unlawful for any person to offer or sell in an issuer transaction in this state, or otherwise knowingly to offer or sell in this state, any...
California Government Code Section 5952
Any consent granted by a local agency under Section 5951 shall be conclusively evidenced by a resolution of the governing body of the local agency,...
California Government Code Section 5953
No local agency that consents to an offer or sale of a security that constitutes a fractional interest in a lease, installment sale, or other...
California Government Code Section 5954
Any person who violates this chapter shall upon conviction be fined not more than ten million dollars ($10,000,000), or imprisoned in the state...
California Government Code Section 5955
The obtaining of local agency consent to an offer or sale of a security under Section 5951 shall not obviate the necessity of qualification of the...
California Government Code Section 5956
Local governmental agencies have experienced a significant decrease in available tax revenues to fund necessary infrastructure improvements. If...
California Government Code Section 5956.1
It is the intent of the Legislature that local governmental agencies have the authority and flexibility to utilize private investment capital to...
California Government Code Section 5956.2
It is the intent of the Legislature that this chapter be construed as creating a new and independent authority for local governmental agencies to...
California Government Code Section 5956.3
(a) For purposes of this chapter, "governmental agency" includes a city, county, city and county, including a chartered city or county, school...
California Government Code Section 5956.4
A governmental agency may solicit proposals and enter into agreements with private entities for the design, construction, or reconstruction by, and...
California Government Code Section 5956.5
Notwithstanding Chapter 10 (commencing with Section 4525) of Division 5, or Part 2 (commencing with Section 10100) or Part 3 (commencing with Section
California Government Code Section 5956.6
(a) For purposes of facilitating projects, the agreements specified in Section 5956.4 may include provisions for the lease of rights-of-way in, and...
California Government Code Section 5956.7
(a) The governmental agency may exercise any power possessed by it with respect to the development and construction of infrastructure projects...
California Government Code Section 5956.8
The plans and specifications for each project constructed pursuant to this chapter shall comply with all applicable governmental design standards for
California Government Code Section 5956.9
In order to use the authority conferred by this chapter to the maximum extent, a governmental agency may use private infrastructure financing...
California Government Code Section 5956.10
Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter, neither the state or any state agency may directly or indirectly use the authority in this chapter,...
California Government Code Section 5970
As used in this chapter, the following phrases have the following meanings: (a) "Person" means any broker, dealer, municipal securities dealer,...
California Government Code Section 5971
In selecting any person to provide underwriting services, including financial, advisory or other financial services, involving the issuance of...
California Government Code Section 6000
A "newspaper of general circulation" is a newspaper published for the dissemination of local or telegraphic news and intelligence of a general...
California Government Code Section 6001
A newspaper devoted to the interests, or published for the entertainment or instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race, or...
California Government Code Section 6002
For a newspaper to be "established," it shall have been in existence under a specified name during the whole of the one-year period; provided,...
California Government Code Section 6003
For a newspaper to be "printed," the mechanical work of producing it, that is the work of typesetting and impressing type on paper, shall have been...
California Government Code Section 6004
For a newspaper to be "published," it shall have been issued from the place where it is printed and sold to or circulated among the people and its...
California Government Code Section 6004.5
In order to qualify as a newspaper of general circulation the newspaper, if either printed or published in a town or city, shall be both printed and...
California Government Code Section 6005
"Printed" and "published" are not synonymous. Each relates to separate acts or functions necessary to constitute a newspaper of general circulation.
California Government Code Section 6006
Nothing in this chapter alters the standing of any newspaper which, prior to the passage of Chapter 258 of the Statutes of 1923, was an established...
California Government Code Section 6007
The status of a newspaper of general circulation remains unchanged in the event that the publication of the newspaper is discontinued by reason of...
California Government Code Section 6008
Notwithstanding any provision of law to the contrary, a newspaper is a "newspaper of general circulation" if it meets the following criteria: (a)...
California Government Code Section 6020
Whenever a newspaper desires to have its standing as a newspaper of general circulation ascertained and established, it may, by its publisher,...
California Government Code Section 6021
The petition or the substance thereof, together with a notice that the petitioner intends on a named day to apply for an order declaring it to be a...
California Government Code Section 6022
Upon proof of the publication of the petition and notice, the court shall set the petition for hearing. Any person may appear and contest the...
California Government Code Section 6023
The court shall hear the proofs of the petitioner and contestant, if there be any. Within 10 days thereafter it shall render its decision and...
California Government Code Section 6024
(1) The decision and judgment may be vacated, modified or set aside by the court on its own motion, or on the motion of any person, whether a party...
California Government Code Section 6025
All publications made in a newspaper during the period it was adjudged to be a newspaper of general circulation are valid and sufficient.
California Government Code Section 6026
An appeal may be taken to the supreme court from any final decision or judgment, or from any final order vacating, modifying or setting aside a...
California Government Code Section 6027
On and after July 1, 1952, a newspaper shall not be in fact or in law a newspaper of general circulation unless it obtains or has theretofore...
California Government Code Section 6040
Whenever any official advertising, notice, resolution, order, or other matter of any nature whatsoever is required by law to be published in a...
California Government Code Section 6040.1
(a) Notwithstanding Section 6040, notice shall be given of ordinances enacted to authorize issuance of revenue bonds by joint powers entities and the
California Government Code Section 6040.5
As used in any law of this State providing for any publication, or notice by publication, or official advertising, "daily newspaper" means a...
California Government Code Section 6041
Whenever any publication, or notice by publication, or official advertising is required by any law of the State to be given or made by any State,...
California Government Code Section 6041.1
Any officer who gives or makes any publication, notice by publication, or official advertising pursuant to Section 6041 may also give or make such...
California Government Code Section 6042
Where no newspaper of general circulation is published within the jurisdiction of the officer, then the publication, notice by publication, or...
California Government Code Section 6043
All such publications, notices by publication, or official advertisements shall be set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and shall be preceded with
California Government Code Section 6044
State, county or city officers, officers of political subdivisions, and officers of courts who violate or disregard the provisions of this article,...
California Government Code Section 6060
Whenever any law provides that publication of notice shall be made pursuant to a designated section of this article, such notice shall be published...
California Government Code Section 6061
Publication of notice pursuant to this section shall be for one time.
California Government Code Section 6061.3
Publication of notice pursuant to this section shall be for three successive times.
California Government Code Section 6062
Publication of notice pursuant to this section shall be for 10 days. The period of notice commences upon the first day of publication and terminates
California Government Code Section 6062a
Publication of notice pursuant to this section shall be for 10 days in a newspaper regularly published once a week or oftener. Two publications, with
California Government Code Section 6063
Publication of notice pursuant to this section shall be once a week for three successive weeks. Three publications in a newspaper regularly...
California Government Code Section 6063a
Publication of notice pursuant to this section shall be for at least 10 days. Three publications in a newspaper published once a week or oftener,...
California Government Code Section 6064
Publication of notice pursuant to this section shall be once a week for four successive weeks. Four publications in a newspaper regularly published...
California Government Code Section 6065
Publication of notice pursuant to this section shall be once a week for eight successive weeks. Eight publications in a newspaper regularly...
California Government Code Section 6066
Publication of notice pursuant to this section shall be once a week for two successive weeks. Two publications in a newspaper published once a week...
California Government Code Section 6075
As used in this article, "newspaper" includes weekly newspaper, magazine, periodical or other publication.
California Government Code Section 6076
The publisher or owner of any newspaper published in the foreign language of any enemy nation shall file with the district attorney of the county in...
California Government Code Section 6077
Upon request the publisher shall furnish to the Attorney General or to the district attorney of the county where the newspaper is published a...
California Government Code Section 6078
Any person violating this article is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Government Code Section 6090
It is the public policy in this state that public administrative agencies exist to aid in the conduct of the people's business and that the...
California Government Code Section 6091
Radio and television stations shall be permitted to broadcast and telecast, either directly or by means of transcriptions and film, the proceedings...
California Government Code Section 6100
Officers of the state, or of a county or judicial district, shall not perform any official services unless upon the payment of the fees prescribed by
California Government Code Section 6101
No fee shall be charged in proceedings upon habeas corpus.
California Government Code Section 6103
Neither the state nor any county, city, district, or other political subdivision, nor any public officer or body, acting in his or her official...
California Government Code Section 6103.1
Section 6103 does not apply to any fee or charge for official services required by Parts 2 (commencing with Section 1200) 3 (commencing with Section...
California Government Code Section 6103.2
(a) Section 6103 does not apply to any fee or charge or expense for official services rendered by a sheriff or marshal in connection with the levy of
California Government Code Section 6103.3
(a) For any order or injunction for which the sheriff or marshal provides service of process and is prohibited under paragraph (4) of subdivision (b)
California Government Code Section 6103.4
Section 6103 does not apply to any fee or charge for official services required by Section 100860 of the Health and Safety Code, or Part 5...
California Government Code Section 6103.5
(a) Whenever a judgment is recovered by a public agency named in Section 6103, either as plaintiff or petitioner or as defendant or respondent, in...
California Government Code Section 6103.6
Section 6103 does not apply to any fee or charge for official services established by a city or county ordinance as a reasonable and...
California Government Code Section 6103.7
Section 6103 does not apply to any fee or charge for official services established by a city, county, city and county, or district as a reasonable...
California Government Code Section 6103.8
(a) Sections 6103 and 27383 do not apply to any fee or charge for recording full releases executed or recorded pursuant to Section 7174 of the...
California Government Code Section 6103.9
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, except as provided in this section, the local child support agency and the district attorney shall be
California Government Code Section 6103.10
Section 6103 does not apply to any fee or charges required to be paid to the State Director of Health Services or to the State Board of Equalization...
California Government Code Section 6103.11
Section 6103 does not apply to any fee or charge for official services required by Title 7.3 (commencing with Section 66700).
California Government Code Section 6103.12
Section 6103 does not apply to any fee charged by a county clerk or county recorder, or clerk of the court, pursuant to Section 17980.1 or 17980.2 of
California Government Code Section 6104
Whenever an oath or affidavit is necessary in order that the State or any political subdivision thereof may recover funds or property due the State...
California Government Code Section 6105
Whenever an oath or affidavit is necessary in order that a person may obtain charity or relief from any agency or department of the United States,...
California Government Code Section 6106
Neither the State, nor any county or city, nor any public officer or body acting in his official capacity on behalf of the State, any county, or...
California Government Code Section 6107
(a) No public entity, including the state, a county, city, or other political subdivision, nor any officer or employee thereof, including notaries...
California Government Code Section 6108
No officer of a county or judicial district shall charge or receive any fee or compensation for administering or certifying the oath of office or for
California Government Code Section 6109
Every officer of a county or judicial district, upon receiving any fees for official duty or service, may be required by the person paying the fees...
California Government Code Section 6110
Upon payment of the fees required by law, the officer shall perform the services required. For every failure or refusal to do so, the officer is...
California Government Code Section 6150
Any officer of a county who is not specifically authorized by statute so to do may be authorized by the board of supervisors of the county to accept...
California Government Code Section 6151
As used in this chapter, "negotiable paper" means bank checks and drafts and express and post-office money orders.
California Government Code Section 6151.5
Any local officer, office, agency or unit which collects or receives taxes, fees, charges or any funds for public services may, when payment is...
California Government Code Section 6152
The acceptance of negotiable paper pursuant to this chapter constitutes payment of any amount owing to a county as of the date of acceptance when,...
California Government Code Section 6153
(a) If, pursuant to another provision of law, a bank account has been authorized for the use of the officer, he shall deposit in that account as soon
California Government Code Section 6154
Any negotiable paper redeemed by or charged back to the county treasurer by reason of nonpayment shall be returned to the officer who deposited it...
California Government Code Section 6155
If any negotiable paper is not paid on due presentment for any reason, any record of payment made by the officer receiving such paper shall be...
California Government Code Section 6156
When a cancellation is made, the officer making it shall enter it in the accounting records of his office. He shall immediately send a notice to the
California Government Code Section 6157
(a) The state, and each city, whether general law or chartered, county, and district, each subdivision, department, board, commission, body, or...
California Government Code Section 6159
(a) The following definitions apply for purposes of this section: (1) "Credit card" means any card, plate, coupon book, or other credit device...
California Government Code Section 6160
The Legislature finds and declares that there are costs associated with all forms of payment, including cash and checks. The Legislature further...
California Government Code Section 6161
For the purposes of this chapter: (a) "Cardholder" means a person making a payment to a state agency by credit card or payment device. (b)...
California Government Code Section 6162
(a) Except as provided in Section 6159, the Director of General Services, or his or her designee, may negotiate and enter into any contracts...
California Government Code Section 6163
(a) (1) Except as provided in paragraphs (2) and (3), all state agencies shall accept payment made by means of a credit card or other payment...
California Government Code Section 6164
No officer or employee of a state agency, or other individual, who in the course of his or her employment or duty has or had access to credit card or
California Government Code Section 6165
The Department of General Services and state agencies shall enter into interagency agreements to reimburse the Department of General Services for its
California Government Code Section 6166
Any state agency accepting payment by a means of credit card, whether pursuant to this chapter or Section 19005 of the Revenue and Taxation Code,...
California Government Code Section 6200
Every officer having the custody of any record, map, or book, or of any paper or proceeding of any court, filed or deposited in any public office, or
California Government Code Section 6201
Every person not an officer referred to in Section 6200, who is guilty of any of the acts specified in that section, is punishable by imprisonment in
California Government Code Section 6203
(a) Every officer authorized by law to make or give any certificate or other writing is guilty of a misdemeanor if he or she makes and delivers as...
California Government Code Section 6205
The Legislature finds that persons attempting to escape from actual or threatened domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking frequently establish
California Government Code Section 6205.5
Unless the context clearly requires otherwise, the definitions in this section apply throughout this chapter. (a) "Address" means a residential...
California Government Code Section 6206
(a) An adult person, a parent or guardian acting on behalf of a minor, or a guardian acting on behalf of an incapacitated person may apply to the...
California Government Code Section 6206.4
The Secretary of State shall keep confidential name changes of program participants obtained pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 1277 of the Code...
California Government Code Section 6206.5
(a) The Secretary of State may cancel program participant's certification if there is a change in the residential address from the one listed on the...
California Government Code Section 6206.7
(a) A program participant may withdraw from program participation by submitting to the address confidentiality program manager written notification...
California Government Code Section 6207
(a) A program participant may request that state and local agencies use the address designated by the Secretary of State as his or her address. When
California Government Code Section 6207.5
A program participant who is otherwise qualified to vote may seek to register and vote in a confidential manner pursuant to Section 2166.5 of the...
California Government Code Section 6208
The Secretary of State may not make a program participant's address, other than the address designated by the Secretary of State, or a program...
California Government Code Section 6208.5
The Secretary of State shall designate state and local agencies and nonprofit agencies that provide counseling and shelter services to victims of...
California Government Code Section 6209
The Secretary of State may adopt rules to facilitate the administration of this chapter by state and local agencies.
California Government Code Section 6209.7
(a) Nothing in this chapter, nor participation in this program, affects custody or visitation orders in effect prior to or during program...
California Government Code Section 6210
(a) Notwithstanding Section 7550.5, the Secretary of State shall submit to the Legislature, no later than January 10 of each year, a report that...
California Government Code Section 6211
This chapter shall remain in effect only until January 1, 2013, and as of that date is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that is enacted...
California Government Code Section 6215
The Legislature finds and declares the following: (a) Persons working in the reproductive health care field, specifically the provision of...
California Government Code Section 6215.1
Unless the context clearly requires otherwise, the definitions in this section apply throughout this chapter. (a) "Address" means a residential...
California Government Code Section 6215.2
(a) An adult person, a parent or guardian acting on behalf of a minor, or a guardian acting on behalf of an incapacitated person may apply to the...
California Government Code Section 6215.3
(a) The Secretary of State may cancel a program participant' s certification if there is a change in the residential address from the one listed on...
California Government Code Section 6215.4
(a) A program participant may withdraw from program participation by submitting to the address confidentiality program manager written notification...
California Government Code Section 6215.5
(a) A program participant may request that state and local agencies use the address designated by the Secretary of State as his or her address. When
California Government Code Section 6215.6
A program participant who is otherwise qualified to vote may seek to register and vote in a confidential manner pursuant to Section 2166.5 of the...
California Government Code Section 6215.7
The Secretary of State may not make a program participant's address, other than the address designated by the Secretary of State, available for...
California Government Code Section 6215.8
The Secretary of State shall designate state and local agencies and nonprofit agencies that may assist persons applying to be program participants. ...
California Government Code Section 6215.9
The Secretary of State may adopt rules to facilitate the administration of this chapter by state and local agencies. The Secretary of State shall...
California Government Code Section 6216
(a) The Secretary of State shall submit to the Legislature, no later than January 10 of each year, a report that includes the total number of...
California Government Code Section 6217
This chapter shall remain in effect only until January 1, 2013, and as of that date is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that is enacted...
California Government Code Section 6218
(a) (1) No person, business, or association shall knowingly publicly post or publicly display on the Internet the home address, home telephone...
California Government Code Section 6218.05
For purposes of this chapter, the following terms have the following meanings: (a) "Reproductive health care services" means health care services...
California Government Code Section 6219
(a) Each department, commission, office, or other administrative agency of state government shall write each document that it produces in plain,...
California Government Code Section 6223
(a) No person shall file or record a lawsuit, lien, or other encumbrance, including, but not limited to, a notice of lis pendens, against a public...
California Government Code Section 6250
In enacting this chapter, the Legislature, mindful of the right of individuals to privacy, finds and declares that access to information concerning...
California Government Code Section 6251
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the California Public Records Act.
California Government Code Section 6252
As used in this chapter: (a) "Local agency" includes a county; city, whether general law or chartered; city and county; school district; municipal
California Government Code Section 6252.5
Notwithstanding the definition of "member of the public" in Section 6252, an elected member or officer of any state or local agency is entitled to...
California Government Code Section 6252.6
Notwithstanding paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 827 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, after the death of a foster child who is a...
California Government Code Section 6252.7
Notwithstanding Section 6252.5 or any other provision of law, when the members of a legislative body of a local agency are authorized to access a...
California Government Code Section 6253
(a) Public records are open to inspection at all times during the office hours of the state or local agency and every person has a right to inspect...
California Government Code Section 6253.1
(a) When a member of the public requests to inspect a public record or obtain a copy of a public record, the public agency, in order to assist the...
California Government Code Section 6253.2
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter to the contrary, information regarding persons paid by the state to provide in-home...
California Government Code Section 6253.3
A state or local agency may not allow another party to control the disclosure of information that is otherwise subject to disclosure pursuant to this
California Government Code Section 6253.31
Notwithstanding any contract term to the contrary, a contract entered into by a state or local agency subject to this chapter, including the...
California Government Code Section 6253.4
(a) Every agency may adopt regulations stating the procedures to be followed when making its records available in accordance with this section. ...
California Government Code Section 6253.5
Notwithstanding Sections 6252 and 6253, statewide, county, city, and district initiative, referendum, and recall petitions, petitions circulated...
California Government Code Section 6253.6
(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of Sections 6252 and 6253, information compiled by public officers or public employees revealing the identity of...
California Government Code Section 6253.8
(a) Every final enforcement order issued by an agency listed in subdivision (b) under any provision of law that is administered by an entity listed...
California Government Code Section 6253.9
(a) Unless otherwise prohibited by law, any agency that has information that constitutes an identifiable public record not exempt from disclosure...
California Government Code Section 6254
Except as provided in Sections 6254.7 and 6254.13, nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require disclosure of records that are any of the...
California Government Code Section 6254.1
(a) Except as provided in Section 6254.7, nothing in this chapter requires disclosure of records that are the residence address of any person...
California Government Code Section 6254.2
(a) Nothing in this chapter exempts from public disclosure the same categories of pesticide safety and efficacy information that are disclosable...
California Government Code Section 6254.3
(a) The home addresses and home telephone numbers of state employees and employees of a school district or county office of education shall not be...
California Government Code Section 6254.4
(a) The home address, telephone number, e-mail address, precinct number, or other number specified by the Secretary of State for voter registration...
California Government Code Section 6254.5
Notwithstanding any other provisions of the law, whenever a state or local agency discloses a public record which is otherwise exempt from this...
California Government Code Section 6254.6
Whenever a city and county or a joint powers agency, pursuant to a mandatory statute or charter provision to collect private industry wage data for...
California Government Code Section 6254.7
(a) All information, analyses, plans, or specifications that disclose the nature, extent, quantity, or degree of air contaminants or other pollution...
California Government Code Section 6254.8
Every employment contract between a state or local agency and any public official or public employee is a public record which is not subject to the...
California Government Code Section 6254.9
(a) Computer software developed by a state or local agency is not itself a public record under this chapter. The agency may sell, lease, or license...
California Government Code Section 6254.10
Nothing in this chapter requires disclosure of records that relate to archaeological site information and reports maintained by, or in the possession
California Government Code Section 6254.11
Nothing in this chapter requires the disclosure of records that relate to volatile organic compounds or chemical substances information received or...
California Government Code Section 6254.12
Any information reported to the North American Securities Administrators Association/National Association of Securities Dealers' Central Registration
California Government Code Section 6254.13
Notwithstanding Section 6254, upon the request of any Member of the Legislature or upon request of the Governor or his or her designee, test...
California Government Code Section 6254.14
(a) Except as provided in Sections 6254 and 6254.7, nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require disclosure of records of the Department of...
California Government Code Section 6254.15
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require the disclosure of records that are any of the following: corporate financial records,...
California Government Code Section 6254.16
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require the disclosure of the name, credit history, utility usage data, home address, or telephone...
California Government Code Section 6254.17
(a) Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require disclosure of records of the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board...
California Government Code Section 6254.18
(a) Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require disclosure of any personal information received, collected, or compiled by a public agency...
California Government Code Section 6254.20
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require the disclosure of records that relate to electronically collected personal information, as...
California Government Code Section 6254.21
(a) No state or local agency shall post the home address or telephone number of any elected or appointed official on the Internet without first...
California Government Code Section 6254.22
Nothing in this chapter or any other provision of law shall require the disclosure of records of a health plan that is licensed pursuant to the...
California Government Code Section 6254.23
Nothing in this chapter or any other provision of law shall require the disclosure of a risk assessment or railroad infrastructure protection program
California Government Code Section 6254.24
As used in this chapter, "public safety official" means the following: (a) An active or retired peace officer as defined in Sections 830 and 830.1
California Government Code Section 6254.25
Nothing in this chapter or any other provision of law shall require the disclosure of a memorandum submitted to a state body or to the legislative...
California Government Code Section 6254.26
(a) Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter or other law, the following records regarding alternative investments in which public investment...
California Government Code Section 6254.27
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require the disclosure by a county recorder of any "official record" if a "public record" version of...
California Government Code Section 6254.28
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to require the disclosure by a filing office of any "official record" if a "public record" version of that
California Government Code Section 6254.29
(a) It is the intent of the Legislature that, in order to protect against the risk of identity theft, local agencies shall redact social security...
California Government Code Section 6255
(a) The agency shall justify withholding any record by demonstrating that the record in question is exempt under express provisions of this chapter...
California Government Code Section 6257.5
This chapter does not allow limitations on access to a public record based upon the purpose for which the record is being requested, if the record is
California Government Code Section 6258
Any person may institute proceedings for injunctive or declarative relief or writ of mandate in any court of competent jurisdiction to enforce his or
California Government Code Section 6259
(a) Whenever it is made to appear by verified petition to the superior court of the county where the records or some part thereof are situated that...
California Government Code Section 6260
The provisions of this chapter shall not be deemed in any manner to affect the status of judicial records as it existed immediately prior to the...
California Government Code Section 6261
Notwithstanding Section 6252, an itemized statement of the total expenditures and disbursement of any agency provided for in Article VI of the...
California Government Code Section 6262
The exemption of records of complaints to, or investigations conducted by, any state or local agency for licensing purposes under subdivision (f) of...
California Government Code Section 6263
A state or local agency shall allow an inspection or copying of any public record or class of public records not exempted by this chapter when...
California Government Code Section 6264
The district attorney may petition a court of competent jurisdiction to require a state or local agency to allow him to inspect or receive a copy of...
California Government Code Section 6265
Disclosure of records to a district attorney under the provisions of this chapter shall effect no change in the status of the records under any other
California Government Code Section 6267
All registration and circulation records of any library which is in whole or in part supported by public funds shall remain confidential and shall...
California Government Code Section 6268
Public records, as defined in Section 6252, in the custody or control of the Governor when he or she leaves office, either voluntarily or...
California Government Code Section 6270
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no state or local agency shall sell, exchange, furnish, or otherwise provide a public record subject...
California Government Code Section 6275
It is the intent of the Legislature to assist members of the public and state and local agencies in identifying exemptions to the California Public...
California Government Code Section 6276
Records or information not required to be disclosed pursuant to subdivision (k) of Section 6254 may include, but shall not be limited to, records or...
California Government Code Section 6276.02
Accident Reports, Admissibility as Evidence, Section 315, Public Utilities Code. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, blood test results, written...
California Government Code Section 6276.04
Aeronautics Act, reports of investigations and hearings, Section 21693, Public Utilities Code. Agricultural producers marketing, access to...
California Government Code Section 6276.06
Bank and Corporation Tax, disclosure of information, Article 2 (commencing with Section 19542), Chapter 7, Part 10.2, Division 2, Revenue and...
California Government Code Section 6276.08
Cable television subscriber information, confidentiality of, Section 637.5, Penal Code. California AIDS Program, personal data, confidentiality,...
California Government Code Section 6276.10
Cancer registries, confidentiality of information, Section 103885, Health and Safety Code. Candidate for local nonpartisan elective office,...
California Government Code Section 6276.12
Conservatee, confidentiality of the conservatee's report, Section 1826, Probate Code. Conservatee, estate plan of, confidentiality of, Section...
California Government Code Section 6276.14
Dairy Council of California, confidentiality of ballots, Section 64155, Food and Agricultural Code. Data processing systems contracts with state...
California Government Code Section 6276.16
Educational psychologist-patient, privileged communication, Section 1010.5, Evidence Code. Electronic and appliance repair dealer, service...
California Government Code Section 6276.18
Family counselor and client, confidential information, Section 4982, Business and Professions Code. Family Court, records, Section 1818, Family...
California Government Code Section 6276.22
Genetic test results in medical record of applicant or enrollee of specified insurance plans, Sections 10123.35 and 10140.1, Insurance Code. ...
California Government Code Section 6276.24
Harmful matter, distribution, confidentiality of certain recipients, Section 313.1, Penal Code. Hazardous substance tax information, prohibition...
California Government Code Section 6276.26
Improper obtaining or distributing of information from Department of Motor Vehicles, Sections 1808.46 and 1808.47, Vehicle Code. Improper...
California Government Code Section 6276.28
Joint Legislative Ethics Committee, confidentiality of reports and records, Section 8953, Government Code. Judicial candidates, confidentiality of
California Government Code Section 6276.30
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, negotiations with entities contracting or seeking to contract with the board, subdivisions (v) and (y) of...
California Government Code Section 6276.32
Narcotic addict outpatient revocation proceeding, confidentiality of reports, Section 3152.5, Welfare and Institutions Code. Narcotic and drug...
California Government Code Section 6276.34
Parole revocation proceedings, confidentiality of information in reports, Section 3063.5, Penal Code. Passenger fishing boat licenses, records,...
California Government Code Section 6276.36
Pregnancy tests by local public health agencies, confidentiality of, Section 123380, Health and Safety Code. Pregnant women, confidentiality of...
California Government Code Section 6276.38
Radioactive materials, dissemination of information about transportation of, Section 33002, Vehicle Code. Real estate broker, annual report to...
California Government Code Section 6276.40
Sales and use tax, disclosure of information, Section 7056, Revenue and Taxation Code. Savings association employees, disclosure of criminal...
California Government Code Section 6276.42
State agency activities relating to unrepresented employees, subdivision (p) of Section 6254, Government Code. State agency activities relating to
California Government Code Section 6276.44
Taxpayer information, confidentiality, local taxes, subdivision (i), Section 6254, Government Code. Tax preparer, disclosure of information...
California Government Code Section 6276.46
Unclaimed property, Controller records of, disclosure, Section 1582, Code of Civil Procedure. Unemployment compensation, disclosure of...
California Government Code Section 6276.48
Wards and dependent children, release of description information about minor escapees, Section 828, Welfare and Institutions Code. Wards, petition
California Government Code Section 6300
As used in this chapter, "public corporation" means the State, any political subdivision thereof, any incorporated municipality therein, any public...
California Government Code Section 6301
As used in this chapter, "act of Congress" means the act of Congress approved June 18, 1934, entitled "An act to provide for the establishment,...
California Government Code Section 6302
Any public corporation may make application for the privilege of establishing, operating and maintaining a foreign-trade zone in accordance with the...
California Government Code Section 6303
Any private corporation organized under the laws of the State subsequent to September 15, 1935, for the purpose of establishing, operating and...
California Government Code Section 6304
Any public or private corporation authorized by this chapter to make such application and whose application is granted pursuant to the terms of the...
California Government Code Section 6305
If authorized to establish, operate and maintain a foreign trade zone, a public corporation may, in addition to its other powers: (a) Provide for...
California Government Code Section 6310
(a) There is in state government the International Genocide Memorial Commission composed of nine members, as follows: (1) Two members appointed by
California Government Code Section 6311
(a) The construction of a memorial to California's genocide survivors in the Capitol Historic Region is hereby authorized. The actual construction of
California Government Code Section 6312
With respect to the design and construction of the memorial, the commission may do all of the following: (a) Establish a schedule for design,...
California Government Code Section 6313
(a) No state moneys shall be expended for any of the purposes specified in this chapter. Funds for the construction of the memorial shall be provided
California Government Code Section 6500
As used in this article, "public agency" includes, but is not limited to, the federal government or any federal department or agency, this state,...
California Government Code Section 6500.1
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Joint Exercise of Powers Act.
California Government Code Section 6501
This article does not authorize any state officer, board, commission, department, or other state agency or institution to make any agreement without...
California Government Code Section 6502
If authorized by their legislative or other governing bodies, two or more public agencies by agreement may jointly exercise any power common to the...
California Government Code Section 6502.5
In addition to any power common to its member districts, the Resource Conservation Energy Joint Powers Agency has the authority to finance,...
California Government Code Section 6502.7
(a) If authorized by their legislative or other governing bodies, two or more public agencies which have the authority to identify, plan for,...
California Government Code Section 6503
The agreements shall state the purpose of the agreement or the power to be exercised. They shall provide for the method by which the purpose will be
California Government Code Section 6503.1
(a) When property tax revenues of a county of the second class are allocated by that county to an agency formed for the purpose of providing fire...
California Government Code Section 6503.5
Whenever a joint powers agreement provides for the creation of an agency or entity that is separate from the parties to the agreement and is...
California Government Code Section 6503.7
Within 90 days after the effective date of this section, any separate agency or entity constituted pursuant to a joint powers agreement entered into...
California Government Code Section 6504
The parties to the agreement may provide that (a) contributions from the treasuries may be made for the purpose set forth in the agreement, (b)...
California Government Code Section 6505
(a) The agreement shall provide for strict accountability of all funds and report of all receipts and disbursements. (b) In addition, and provided
California Government Code Section 6505.1
The contracting parties to an agreement made pursuant to this chapter shall designate the public office or officers or person or persons who have...
California Government Code Section 6505.5
If a separate agency or entity is created by the agreement, the agreement shall designate the treasurer of one of the contracting parties, or in lieu
California Government Code Section 6505.6
In lieu of the designation of a treasurer and auditor as set forth in Section 6505.5, the agency or entity may appoint one of its officers or...
California Government Code Section 6506
The agency or entity provided by the agreement to administer or execute the agreement may be one or more of the parties to the agreement or a...
California Government Code Section 6507
For the purposes of this article, the agency is a public entity separate from the parties to the agreement.
California Government Code Section 6508
The agency shall possess the common power specified in the agreement and may exercise it in the manner or according to the method provided in the...
California Government Code Section 6508.1
If the agency is not one or more of the parties to the agreement but is a public entity, commission, or board constituted pursuant to the agreement,...
California Government Code Section 6509
Such power is subject to the restrictions upon the manner of exercising the power of one of the contracting parties, which party shall be designated...
California Government Code Section 6509.5
Any separate agency or entity created pursuant to this chapter shall have the power to invest any money in the treasury pursuant to Section 6505.5...
California Government Code Section 6509.7
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, two or more public agencies that have the authority to invest funds in their treasuries may, by...
California Government Code Section 6510
The agreement may be continued for a definite term or until rescinded or terminated. The agreement may provide for the method by which it may be...
California Government Code Section 6511
The agreement shall provide for the disposition, division, or distribution of any property acquired as the result of the joint exercise of powers.
California Government Code Section 6512
The agreement shall provide that after the completion of its purpose, any surplus money on hand shall be returned in proportion to the contributions...
California Government Code Section 6512.1
If the purpose set forth in the agreement is the acquisition, construction or operation of a revenue-producing facility, the agreement may provide...
California Government Code Section 6512.2
If the purpose set forth in the agreement is to pool the self-insurance claims of two or more local public entities, the agreement may provide that...
California Government Code Section 6513
All of the privileges and immunities from liability, exemptions from laws, ordinances and rules, all pension, relief, disability, workmen's...
California Government Code Section 6514
Any state department or agency concerned with the provisions of services or facilities to mentally retarded persons and their families may enter into
California Government Code Section 6514.5
Any public agency may enter into agreements with other state agencies pursuant to the provisions of Section 11256.
California Government Code Section 6515
In addition to other powers, any agency, commission or board provided for by a joint powers agreement entered into pursuant to Article 1 (commencing...
California Government Code Section 6516
Public agencies conducting agricultural, livestock, industrial, cultural, or other types of fairs or exhibitions may enter into a joint powers...
California Government Code Section 6516.3
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a joint powers agency established in Orange County pursuant to a joint powers agreement in accordance...
California Government Code Section 6516.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a joint powers agency provided for by a joint powers agreement pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with...
California Government Code Section 6516.6
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a joint powers agency established pursuant to a joint powers agreement in accordance with this...
California Government Code Section 6516.7
One or more public agencies and one or more private entities that provide child care or operate child day care facilities, as defined in Section...
California Government Code Section 6516.8
Any two or more harbor agencies may establish a joint powers authority pursuant to Part 1 (commencing with Section 1690) of Division 6 of the Harbors
California Government Code Section 6516.9
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a joint powers agency or entity provided for by a joint powers agreement pursuant to this article, the...
California Government Code Section 6517
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the Department of General Services may enter into a joint powers agreement with any other...
California Government Code Section 6517.5
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles may advance funds, not to...
California Government Code Section 6517.6
(a) (1) Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter, the Department of General Services may enter into a joint powers agreement with any other...
California Government Code Section 6518
(a) A joint powers agency, without being subject to any limitations of any party to the joint powers agreement pursuant to Section 6509, may also...
California Government Code Section 6519
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State of California does hereby pledge to, and agree with, the holders of bonds issued by any agency...
California Government Code Section 6520
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Board of Supervisors of San Diego County and the City Council of the City of San Diego may create
California Government Code Section 6520.1
Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, the Board of Supervisors of Siskiyou County and the city councils of the cities within Siskiyou...
California Government Code Section 6522
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, any state department or agency entering into a joint powers agreement with a federal, county, or
California Government Code Section 6523
(a) The West Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency, a joint powers entity that is created pursuant to an agreement entered into, in accordance with...
California Government Code Section 6523.4
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, the Selma Community Hospital, a private, nonprofit hospital in Fresno County, may enter into
California Government Code Section 6523.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a private, nonprofit hospital in the County of Contra Costa may enter into a joint powers...
California Government Code Section 6523.6
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a private, nonprofit hospital in the County of Tulare may enter into a joint powers...
California Government Code Section 6523.7
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a private, nonprofit hospital in the County of Kings may enter into a joint powers agreement
California Government Code Section 6523.8
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a nonprofit hospital in the County of Tuolumne may enter into a joint powers agreement with...
California Government Code Section 6523.9
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a nonprofit hospital in the County of San Diego may enter into a joint powers agreement with
California Government Code Section 6524
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a private, nonprofit children's hospital in a county of the third class may enter into a joint...
California Government Code Section 6525
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a mutual water company may enter into a joint powers agreement with any public agency for the...
California Government Code Section 6526
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any public agency that is a member of the South East Regional Reclamation Authority, the Aliso Water...
California Government Code Section 6527
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, where two or more health care districts have joined together to pool their self-insurance claims or...
California Government Code Section 6528
A charter school, including a charter school organized pursuant to Section 47604 of the Education Code, may be considered a public agency, as defined
California Government Code Section 6529
(a) The Elk Valley Rancheria Tribal Council, as the governing body of the Elk Valley Rancheria, California, a federally recognized Indian tribe, may...
California Government Code Section 6530
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians are authorized to enter into a joint powers agreement to...
California Government Code Section 6531
(a) The Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (1) It is in the best interests of communities located within the City of San Diego...
California Government Code Section 6533
(a) The board of directors of the Eastern Water Alliance Joint Powers Agency may grant available funds to a member public agency for the purposes of...
California Government Code Section 6534
(a) This section shall be known, and may be cited, as the California Prison Inmate Health Service Reform Act. (b) The Department of Corrections...
California Government Code Section 6535
Any entity that is established pursuant to a joint powers agreement authorized under this article that is also licensed under Chapter 2.2 (commencing
California Government Code Section 6536
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, a private, nonprofit corporation that conducts fairs and other events and exhibitions on land...
California Government Code Section 6540
As used in this article "bonds" means revenue bonds, notes or other evidences of indebtedness.
California Government Code Section 6541
"Bondholder" or "holder of bonds" or any similar term, as used in this article, shall mean any person who shall be the bearer of any outstanding...
California Government Code Section 6542
"Entity" as used in this article means any agency, board or commission provided for by a joint powers agreement pursuant to Article 1 of this...
California Government Code Section 6542.1
"Fair and exhibition authority," as used in this article, means an entity created by a joint powers agreement for the purpose of financing or...
California Government Code Section 6542.5
"Local agency" as used in this article means any public agency designated in Section 6500 other than the federal government or any federal department
California Government Code Section 6543
"Governing body" as used in this article means the board or commission provided for by a joint powers agreement, pursuant to Article 1 of this...
California Government Code Section 6544
"Indenture" as used in this article means the instrument providing the terms and conditions for the issuance of the revenue bonds, and may be a...
California Government Code Section 6545
"Project" as used in this article includes buildings, structures, improvements and all facilities appurtenant thereto or provided therefor together...
California Government Code Section 6546
In addition to other powers, any agency, commission, or board provided for by a joint powers agreement pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section
California Government Code Section 6546.1
In the County of Los Angeles, any agency, commission, or board provided for by joint powers agreement entered into by cities pursuant to Article 1...
California Government Code Section 6546.2
In addition to other powers, any agency, commission or board provided for by joint powers agreement pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section...
California Government Code Section 6546.3
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any local agency entering into one or more leases or rental contracts or agreements with a joint powers...
California Government Code Section 6546.4
The governing body of any local agency adopting an ordinance pursuant to Section 6546.3 shall call an election for purposes of submitting to the...
California Government Code Section 6546.5
For purposes of an agency, commission, or board that is authorized pursuant to subdivision (g) of Section 6546 to issue revenue bonds for facilities...
California Government Code Section 6546.5
For purposes of an agency, commission, or board that is authorized pursuant to subdivision (g) of Section 6546 to issue revenue bonds for facilities...
California Government Code Section 6546.6
In addition to any other powers, any agency, commission, or board provided for by joint powers agreement entered into by cities pursuant to Article 1
California Government Code Section 6546.7
Public agencies may enter into a joint powers agreement for the purposes of creating a fair and exhibition authority with the power to issue revenue...
California Government Code Section 6546.11
In addition to other powers, any joint powers entity created to exercise the powers granted by Chapter 8 (commencing with Section 33750) of Part 1 of
California Government Code Section 6546.12
In any county with a population determined by the last official census of 4,000,000 or more, any agency, commission, or board provided for by joint...
California Government Code Section 6546.13
(a) The Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority, or its successor organization, may issue revenue bonds pursuant to this article or bonds pursuant...
California Government Code Section 6547
The power of the entity to issue revenue bonds is additional to the powers common to the parties to the joint powers agreement, but shall not be...
California Government Code Section 6547.1
Any entity which shall have been authorized to exercise the power to issue revenue bonds pursuant to this article shall have the further additional...
California Government Code Section 6547.2
Notice of the enactment of an ordinance subject to referendum under Section 6547 shall be published after adoption as required by Section 6040.1...
California Government Code Section 6547.3
In the event that an ordinance enacted pursuant to Section 6547 authorizing the entity to issue revenue bonds is subjected to a successful referendum
California Government Code Section 6547.4
Except for the requirement of an ordinance and the right to referendum thereon, the amendments to Section 6547 adopted at the 1971 Regular Session of
California Government Code Section 6547.5
A joint powers entity created pursuant to this chapter may issue revenue bonds pursuant to this article upon authorization by ordinance of only those
California Government Code Section 6547.6
A joint powers entity created pursuant to this chapter may incur other forms of indebtedness pursuant to Section 6547.1 for one or more projects...
California Government Code Section 6547.7
A joint powers entity created pursuant to this chapter may issue mortgage revenue bonds pursuant to Part 5 (commencing with Section 52000) of...
California Government Code Section 6547.8
No member of the governing body of the authority shall be personally liable on the bonds or be subject to any personal liability or accountability by
California Government Code Section 6547.9
The Treasurer is designated as an elected representative for federal tax purposes of a joint powers agency created pursuant to this chapter. In the...
California Government Code Section 6548
The revenue bonds may be issued to provide all or any part of the funds required for the acquisition, construction and financing of said project,...
California Government Code Section 6549
An indenture providing the terms and conditions for the issuance of the bonds and the covenants relating thereto shall be adopted in or approved by...
California Government Code Section 6550
The principal and interest of the bonds shall be payable: (a) First, out of the revenue derived from the operation of the project or projects for...
California Government Code Section 6551
Revenue bonds issued under this article and contracts or obligations entered into to carry out the purposes for which bonds are issued, payable in...
California Government Code Section 6552
All bonds issued by the entity shall contain a recital on their face that neither the payment of the principal or any part thereof nor any interest...
California Government Code Section 6553
The indenture authorizing the issuance of the bonds shall recite the objects and purposes for which the bonds are to be issued, which may include any
California Government Code Section 6554
The indenture authorizing the issuance of such bonds shall provide the denomination or denominations of the bonds, the medium of payment of principal
California Government Code Section 6555
In the indenture authorizing the issuance of said bonds the governing body may also fix additional terms and conditions and may in any article,...
California Government Code Section 6556
Said indenture may provide the terms and conditions under which said bonds may be paid, redeemed before maturity (including the premiums, if any, to...
California Government Code Section 6557
Said indenture may include covenants or other provisions relating to the bonds issued thereunder requiring the entity to fix, prescribe and collect...
California Government Code Section 6558
The indenture may include covenants or other provisions, other than or in lieu of the provisions required by Article 1 (commencing with Section 6500)
California Government Code Section 6559
The indenture may include a covenant or other provision relating to the insurance upon such project, or any part thereof, against any or all risks,...
California Government Code Section 6560
The indenture may include a covenant or other provision containing prohibitions against or limitations upon the sale, lease or other disposition of...
California Government Code Section 6561
The indenture may contain covenants or other provisions providing for prohibitions against or limitations upon the issuance of any additional bonds...
California Government Code Section 6562
The indenture may contain covenants or other provisions whereby the consent or agreement of a stated percentage or number of the holders of the bonds
California Government Code Section 6563
The indenture may provide for the issuance of a duplicate in the manner and upon such terms and conditions as the governing body of the entity may...
California Government Code Section 6564
The indenture may include a covenant or provision against the entering into of any agreement which impairs the operation of the project or any part...
California Government Code Section 6565
The indenture may provide for events of default and the terms upon which the bonds may be declared due before maturity and the terms upon which that...
California Government Code Section 6566
The indenture may provide for the rights, liabilities, powers and duties arising upon the entity's breach of any covenants, conditions or obligations
California Government Code Section 6567
The indenture may provide for a fiscal agent and the deposit of funds therewith.
California Government Code Section 6568
The indenture may contain any other provision or covenant valid under the Constitutions of the State of California and the United States of America...
California Government Code Section 6569
The indenture authorizing the issuance of said bonds and all resolutions or orders in the proceeding for the issuance of said bonds shall constitute...
California Government Code Section 6570
Any bonds issued under this act shall be payable within not more than forty (40) years from the date of issue thereof. No bond may be made payable...
California Government Code Section 6571
The bonds shall be issued and sold as the governing body may determine and for not less than par and accrued interest to date of delivery, except...
California Government Code Section 6571.2
Any joint powers agency which, prior to January 1, 1972, has issued revenue bonds pursuant to Section 6571.1 of this article for the purpose of...
California Government Code Section 6572
The bonds shall be secured by a pledge of and lien upon the revenues of the project described in the indenture authorizing the issuance of the bonds,
California Government Code Section 6573
So long as any bonds or interest coupons thereof are outstanding and unpaid, the revenues and interest thereon shall not be used for any purpose not...
California Government Code Section 6574
The entity shall operate, maintain and preserve the project in good repair and working order, and shall operate the project in an efficient and...
California Government Code Section 6575
All bonds and the interest thereon or income therefrom are exempt from all taxation in this State other than gift, inheritance and estate taxes.
California Government Code Section 6576
The entity may provide for the issuance, sale or exchange of refunding bonds for the purpose of redeeming or retiring any revenue bonds issued by the
California Government Code Section 6577
Funding or refunding bonds may be issued in a principal amount sufficient to provide funds for the payment of all of the following: (a) All bonds...
California Government Code Section 6578
This article shall be liberally construed to effectuate its purposes.
California Government Code Section 6579
In addition to the revenue bonds authorized by this article, an agency or entity established pursuant to the provisions of this chapter may also...
California Government Code Section 6579.5
In addition to the revenue bonds authorized by this article and in addition to other powers, any agency, commission, or board provided for by a joint
California Government Code Section 6580
As used in this article, the following words shall have the following meanings: (a) "Joint county park board" means a board, commission, or other...
California Government Code Section 6581
A joint county park board may designate the sheriff of any one of the counties as the park sheriff. The park sheriff shall be designated by a...
California Government Code Section 6582
Upon the designation of a park sheriff in the manner provided in Section 6581, and until such time as the designation is revoked by the termination...
California Government Code Section 6583
The provisions of this article applicable to a park sheriff, if one has been designated, shall apply to all deputies and subordinates of the park...
California Government Code Section 6584
This article shall be known and may be cited as the Marks-Roos Local Bond Pooling Act of 1985.
California Government Code Section 6584.5
The Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (a) That there is a critical need within the state to expand, upgrade, and otherwise...
California Government Code Section 6585
The definitions in this section shall govern the construction and interpretation of this article. (a) "Authority" means an entity created pursuant
California Government Code Section 6586
It is the Legislature's intent that this article be used to assist local agencies in financing public capital improvements, working capital,...
California Government Code Section 6586.5
(a) Notwithstanding Section 6587, an authority, or any entity acting on behalf of or for the benefit of an authority, may not authorize bonds to...
California Government Code Section 6586.7
(a) A copy of the resolution adopted by an authority authorizing bonds or any issuance of bonds, or accepting the benefit of any bonds or proceeds of
California Government Code Section 6586.7
(a) A copy of the resolution adopted by an authority authorizing bonds or any issuance of bonds, or accepting the benefit of any bonds or proceeds of
California Government Code Section 6587
This article does not limit any other law authorizing, or providing for, the financing of public capital improvements. Likewise, this article does...
California Government Code Section 6588
In addition to other powers specified in an agreement pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section 6500) and Article 2 (commencing with Section...
California Government Code Section 6588.5
(a) An authority that was in existence at the time of the enactment of this section may purchase, with the proceeds of its bonds or its revenue, VLF...
California Government Code Section 6589
An authority may enter into a bond purchase agreement with a local agency or agencies. The bond purchase agreement shall specify the maximum rate of
California Government Code Section 6590
The authority may, from time to time, issue its bonds in the principal amount as the authority determines necessary to provide sufficient funds for...
California Government Code Section 6590.1
(a) In the case of bonds issued by an authority to acquire local obligations, the offering documents for the bonds shall clearly delineate investment
California Government Code Section 6590.2
(a) An authority shall solicit at least three bids, and select the highest bid, for any guaranteed investment contract purchased with the proceeds of
California Government Code Section 6591
(a) The authority is authorized from time to time to issue bonds to provide funds to achieve its purposes. (b) Bonds may be authorized to finance...
California Government Code Section 6591.1
(a) No broker, dealer, municipal securities dealer, or other firm that underwrites a bond issue of an authority shall serve as financial advisor or...
California Government Code Section 6592
Any resolution authorizing any bonds or any issue of bonds may contain the following provisions, which shall be a part of the contract with the...
California Government Code Section 6592.5
(a) No bonds issued by any local agency shall be purchased pursuant to this article by an authority at a price to yield in excess of 1 percent of the
California Government Code Section 6593
No member of the governing body of the authority shall be personally liable on the bonds or be subject to any personal liability or accountability by
California Government Code Section 6594
The authority may, out of any funds available therefor, purchase its bonds. The authority may hold, pledge, cancel, or resell the bonds, subject to,
California Government Code Section 6595
Any bonds issued under this article may be secured by a trust agreement between the authority and a corporate trustee or trustees, which may include
California Government Code Section 6595.3
(a) The authority may issue bonds for the purpose of refunding any bonds, notes, or other securities of the authority then outstanding, including the
California Government Code Section 6595.5
Bonds issued by the authority are legal investments for all trust funds, the funds of all insurance companies, banks, both commercial and savings,...
California Government Code Section 6595.7
(a) The authority is not required to pay any property taxes or assessments upon, or with respect to, any public capital improvement or any property...
California Government Code Section 6596
The State of California does hereby pledge to, and agrees with, the holders of any bonds issued under this article, and with those parties who may...
California Government Code Section 6597
All public capital improvements financed by the authority shall pay interest within a reasonable time after the authority receives revenues or...
California Government Code Section 6597.5
All public capital improvements financed by the authority shall be constructed or completed subject to the rules and regulations of the authority.
California Government Code Section 6598
Interest earned on any bonds issued by the authority shall at all times be free from state personal income tax and corporate income tax.
California Government Code Section 6598.5
Local agencies may request advice from the California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission pursuant to Section 8859 regarding the formation of...
California Government Code Section 6599
(a) In an action filed pursuant to Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 860) of Title 10 of Part 2 of the Code of Civil Procedure to determine the...
California Government Code Section 6599.1
(a) The legislative body shall, no later than 30 days prior to the sale of any bonds pursuant to this article, give written notice of the proposed...
California Government Code Section 6599.2
Notwithstanding Sections 863 and 869 of the Code of Civil Procedure, the Attorney General or the Treasurer may jointly or separately file an action...
California Government Code Section 6599.3
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, an action may be brought under Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 860) of Title 10 of Part 2 of the Code...
California Government Code Section 6599.01
Pursuant to Section 6 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, local agencies may enter into a joint pooling agreement to form a single...
California Government Code Section 6599.02
As used in this chapter: (a) "Local agency" means any city, county, city and county, school district, special district, authority, other political
California Government Code Section 6599.03
In addition to the powers specified in Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 6500), the authority may issue revenue bonds or certificates of...
California Government Code Section 6599.04
Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 6500) applies to the authority.
California Government Code Section 6599.05
The authority is not a state agency and has no power at any time or in any manner to pledge the credit of the state.
California Government Code Section 6599.06
The authority shall be organized and administered by a board of directors. The original board shall be constituted and selected as follows: (a)...
California Government Code Section 6599.07
There shall not be any liability in an individual or private capacity on the part of the board of directors or any member of the board, or any...
California Government Code Section 6599.08
The authority shall be operated on an actuarially sound basis and become neither more nor less than self-supporting. For that purpose, loss...
California Government Code Section 6599.09
The board shall do all of the following: (a) Develop, promulgate, and effectuate loss prevention programs, risk management programs, and safety...
California Government Code Section 6599.10
All those local agencies that request membership in the authority and meet the standards established by the authority pursuant to Section 6599.09,...
California Government Code Section 6599.21
The authority may only cover risks to the extent that liability on any one occurrence exceeds one million dollars ($1,000,000), and may not provide...
California Government Code Section 6599.22
The authority may establish limits on coverage for a member or category of members, but those limits may neither be less than the minimum nor more...
California Government Code Section 6599.23
A local agency requesting membership from the authority may request coverage in any sum, so long as the coverage requested is neither less than the...
California Government Code Section 6599.31
The books and records of the authority shall be audited annually and a summary of the audit shall be provided to the authority's members and shall be
California Government Code Section 6599.41
If the original board is not selected on or before January 1, 1990, this chapter shall cease to be operative.
California Government Code Section 6600
This chapter applies only to property and funds, and the disposition thereof, of inmates of any state home, reformatory, hospital, state prison, or...
California Government Code Section 6601
When any person confined in any state home, reformatory, hospital, state prison, or other institution dies, escapes, or is discharged or paroled from
California Government Code Section 6602
If the charge is not paid, a lien to secure the payment of the charge accrues to the State. The lien may be foreclosed pursuant to this chapter.
California Government Code Section 6603
If the charge is not paid within three years, the lien may be foreclosed, and the superintendent or warden may sell the property, or such part as is...
California Government Code Section 6604
At least 10 days before the sale notice of sale shall be posted in a public place at the state home, reformatory, hospital, institution, or state...
California Government Code Section 6605
The proceeds of the sale shall be turned over immediately to the State Treasurer to be credited to the General Fund, except that the proceeds of the...
California Government Code Section 6606
The superintendent or warden may deposit any funds of inmates in his possession in any bank in the state. With the consent of the owners of the...
California Government Code Section 6607
The superintendent or warden is the trustee of the benefit fund.
California Government Code Section 6608
He may expend the money in the benefit fund or post fund for the education or entertainment of the inmates of the institution or prison under his...
California Government Code Section 6650
(a) Any marching band organized by or maintained by any educational institution supported in whole or in part by public funds or granted any tax...
California Government Code Section 6700
The holidays in this state are: (a) Every Sunday. (b) January 1st. (c) The third Monday in January, known as "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ...
California Government Code Section 6701
If January 1st, February 12th, March 31st, July 4th, September 9th, November 11th, or December 25th falls upon a Sunday, the Monday following is a...
California Government Code Section 6702
Every Saturday from noon to midnight is a holiday as regards the transaction of business in the public offices of the state and political divisions...
California Government Code Section 6703
Public offices of the State, state institutions, and the University of California shall be closed on Admission Day. Public offices of the State and...
California Government Code Section 6704
The legislative body of any city or district may, by ordinance or resolution, provide that every Saturday is a holiday as respects the transaction of
California Government Code Section 6705
A special or limited holiday is a holiday applying only to a special class or classes of business, or a special class or classes of persons, and not...
California Government Code Section 6706
Whenever any act of a secular nature, other than a work of necessity or mercy, is appointed by law or contract to be performed upon a particular day...
California Government Code Section 6707
When the last day for filing any instrument or other document with a state agency falls upon a Saturday or holiday, such act may be performed upon...
California Government Code Section 6708
The Governor shall proclaim September 28th to be known hereafter as "Cabrillo Day."
California Government Code Section 6709
The Governor shall proclaim January 15 to be known hereafter as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Day.
California Government Code Section 6710
The Governor shall proclaim March 7, to be known hereafter as "Arbor Day."
California Government Code Section 6711
The Governor shall proclaim February 19 to be known hereafter as "A Day of Remembrance: Japanese American Evacuation," to reflect upon that day of...
California Government Code Section 6712
The Governor shall proclaim annually the fourth Friday in September to be "Native American Day."
California Government Code Section 6713
The Governor shall annually proclaim the first Sunday in October to be known as "Stepparents Day."
California Government Code Section 6714
The Governor annually shall proclaim April 21st to be "John Muir Day."
California Government Code Section 6716
The Governor shall annually proclaim December 7 as "Pearl Harbor Day."
California Government Code Section 6717
The Governor shall annually proclaim March 31 as "Cesar Chavez Day."
California Government Code Section 6718
The Governor shall proclaim the month of February as Black History Month each year.
California Government Code Section 6719
The Governor shall proclaim the third Saturday in June of each year to be known as "Juneteenth National Freedom Day: A day of observance," to urge...
California Government Code Section 6800
The time in which any act provided by law is to be done is computed by excluding the first day, and including the last, unless the last day is a...
California Government Code Section 6801
Time is computed according to the Gregorian or new style; and January 1st, in every year, after 1752 is reckoned as the first day of the year.
California Government Code Section 6802
The years 1900, 2100, 2200, 2300, or any other future hundredth year, of which the year 2000 is the first, except only every fourth hundredth year,...
California Government Code Section 6803
"Year" means a period of 365 days; "half year," 182 days; "quarter of a year," 91 days. The added day of a leap year, and the day immediately...
California Government Code Section 6804
"Month" means a calendar month, unless otherwise expressed.
California Government Code Section 6805
A week consists of seven consecutive days.
California Government Code Section 6806
A day is the period of time between any midnight and the midnight following.
California Government Code Section 6807
"Daytime" is the period of time between sunrise and sunset. "Nighttime" is the period of time between sunset and sunrise.
California Government Code Section 6850
The money of account of this State is the dollar, cent, and mill. Public accounts and all proceedings in courts shall be kept and had in conformity...
California Government Code Section 6851
This chapter does not vitiate or affect any account, charge, or entry originally made, or any note, bond, or other instrument expressed in any other...
California Government Code Section 6852
All legal tender notes issued by the United States shall be received at par in payment for all taxes due this State, or to any county or municipal...
California Government Code Section 6860
Notwithstanding any restrictions on investments contained in any laws, farm loan bonds, consolidated farm loan bonds, collateral trust debentures,...
California Government Code Section 6900
Whenever any governmental body is a shareholder of any corporation, and a resolution is before the shareholders which will permit or authorize...
California Government Code Section 6901
Notwithstanding any other provision of the law, every state agency owning common stock shall, when returning proxies to a corporation, vote each...
California Government Code Section 6930
As used in this chapter: (a) "Governmental investor" means the Treasurer, the Teachers' Retirement Board, and the Board of Administration of the...
California Government Code Section 6931
Each securities transaction or brokerage agreement carried out for a governmental investor pursuant to a soft dollar and directed brokerage...
California Government Code Section 6932
Any written contract entered into between a governmental investor and an investment manager on or after January 1, 1991, for the management of assets
California Government Code Section 6933
Soft dollar and directed brokerage arrangements are not subject to any statutory competitive bidding requirements. This section does not...
California Government Code Section 6934
This chapter shall apply to contracts entered into, renewed, or extended on and after January 1, 1991.
California Government Code Section 6950
It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this chapter to provide a means whereby any county or city may acquire, by purchase, gift, grant,...
California Government Code Section 6951
The Legislature finds that the rapid growth and spread of urban development is encroaching upon, or eliminating, many open areas and spaces of varied
California Government Code Section 6952
The Legislature hereby declares that it is necessary for sound and proper urban and metropolitan development, and in the public interest of the...
California Government Code Section 6953
The Legislature further declares that the acquisition of interests or rights in real property for the preservation of open spaces and areas...
California Government Code Section 6954
For the purposes of this chapter an "open space" or "open area" is any space or area characterized by (1) great natural scenic beauty or (2) whose...
California Government Code Section 7000
It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this chapter to provide a means whereby the Departments of Water Resources, Parks and Recreation,...
California Government Code Section 7001
The Legislature hereby declares that the acquisition of interests or rights in real property for the preservation and conservation of the scenic...
California Government Code Section 7002
The state agencies specified in Section 7000 may exercise the powers specified in that section for the acquisition of rights or interests in real...
California Government Code Section 7050
With the consent of the city, county, or city and county, as the case may be, an irrevocable offer of dedication of real property for any public...
California Government Code Section 7060
(a) No public entity, as defined in Section 811.2, shall, by statute, ordinance, or regulation, or by administrative action implementing any statute,
California Government Code Section 7060.1
Notwithstanding Section 7060, nothing in this chapter does any of the following: (a) Prevents a public entity from enforcing any contract or...
California Government Code Section 7060.2
If a public entity, by valid exercise of its police power, has in effect any control or system of control on the price at which accommodations may be
California Government Code Section 7060.3
If a public entity determines to apply constraints pursuant to Section 7060.2 to a successor in interest of an owner who has withdrawn accommodations
California Government Code Section 7060.4
(a) Any public entity which, by a valid exercise of its police power, has in effect any control or system of control on the price at which...
California Government Code Section 7060.5
The actions authorized by Sections 7060.2 and 7060.4 may be taken by regulation adopted after public notice and hearing by a public body of a public...
California Government Code Section 7060.6
If an owner seeks to displace a tenant or lessee from accommodations withdrawn from rent or lease pursuant to this chapter by an unlawful detainer...
California Government Code Section 7060.7
It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this chapter to supersede any holding or portion of any holding in Nash v. City of Santa Monica, 37...
California Government Code Section 7070
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Enterprise Zone Act.
California Government Code Section 7071
The Legislature finds and declares as follows: (a) The health, safety, and welfare of the people of California depend upon the development,...
California Government Code Section 7072
For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply: (a) "Department" means the Department of Housing and Community Development.
California Government Code Section 7072.5
By April 1, 1998, a governing body that has already designated a target employment area may request, by a resolution of all cities or counties having
California Government Code Section 7073
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (e), any city, county, or city and county with an eligible area within its jurisdiction may complete a...
California Government Code Section 7073.1
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (e), any city, county, or city and county with an eligible area within its jurisdiction may complete a...
California Government Code Section 7073.8
(a) The department shall designate up to two Manufacturing Enhancement Areas requested by the governing boards of cities each of which shall meet at...
California Government Code Section 7073.9
Upon approval by the department of an application by a city, county, or city and county, a manufacturing enhancement area in Imperial County is...
California Government Code Section 7074
(a) In the case of any enterprise zone, including an enterprise zone formerly designated as an enterprise zone pursuant to Chapter 12.8 (commencing...
California Government Code Section 7074.2
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a city, county, or a city and county may designate a joint powers authority to administer an...
California Government Code Section 7074.5
In the case of the Counties of Fresno and Kern, an enterprise zone that is located in a city or in the unincorporated area of the county may propose...
California Government Code Section 7075
(a) For preliminary applications filed before October 1, 2007, the following shall apply: (1) Upon filing a preliminary application, the applicant
California Government Code Section 7076
(a) (1) The department shall provide technical assistance to the enterprise zones designated pursuant to this chapter with respect to all of the...
California Government Code Section 7076.1
(a) The department may audit the program of any jurisdiction in any designated G-TEDA at any time during the duration of the designation, as...
California Government Code Section 7076.2
(a) The department shall dedesignate a zone on the first day of the month immediately following the date upon which the department has received from...
California Government Code Section 7077
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, state and local agencies may lease land to businesses in a designated enterprise zone at a price below...
California Government Code Section 7078
The limitations in Section 91503 on the allowable uses of proceeds of bonds issued pursuant to Title 10 (commencing with Section 91500) shall not...
California Government Code Section 7079
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Office of Small Business shall establish regulations for loans and loan guarantees administered by...
California Government Code Section 7080
Notwithstanding Sections 32646 and 32647 of the Financial Code, a high priority in ranking loan applications by the State Assistance Fund for Energy,
California Government Code Section 7081
Notwithstanding any other provision of state law, and to the extent permitted by federal law, the Employment Development Department and the State...
California Government Code Section 7082
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Office of Criminal Justice Planning shall give high priority to designated enterprise zones in the...
California Government Code Section 7082.2
In the case of a G-TEDA being dedesignated pursuant to Section 7085.1, any business located within any jurisdiction that comprises a G-TEDA that has...
California Government Code Section 7083
Any designation of an enterprise zone in accordance with the provisions of this chapter shall be deemed appropriate state designation of an...
California Government Code Section 7084
(a) Whenever the state prepares a solicitation for a contract for goods in excess of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), except a contract in...
California Government Code Section 7085
(a) Notwithstanding Section 7550.5, the department shall submit a report to the Legislature every five years beginning January 1, 1998, that...
California Government Code Section 7085.1
(a) The governing board of the G-TEDA shall report to the department by October 1, 2008, and by that date every other year thereafter, on the...
California Government Code Section 7085.5
The Franchise Tax Board shall annually make available to the department and the Legislature information, by enterprise zone and by city or county, on
California Government Code Section 7086
(a) The department shall design, develop, and make available the applications and the criteria for selection of enterprise zones pursuant to Section...
California Government Code Section 7089
For purposes of the Revenue and Taxation Code, each of the following shall apply: (a) Enterprise zones designated pursuant to former Chapter 12.8...
California Government Code Section 7097
(a) The Department of Housing and Community Development shall rank applicant communities and shall designate the first ranking community whose...
California Government Code Section 7097.1
(a) The department may establish, charge, and collect a fee as reimbursement for the costs of its administration of this chapter. The department...
California Government Code Section 7099
(a) The Department of Housing and Community Development may approve a proposed expansion of a targeted tax area subject to the following conditions:
California Government Code Section 7105
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Local Agency Military Base Recovery Area Act.
California Government Code Section 7106
The Legislature finds and declares that the health, safety, and welfare of the people of California depend upon the development, stability, and...
California Government Code Section 7107
For purposes of this chapter: (a) "Department" means the Department of Housing and Community Development. (b) "Base" means a federal military...
California Government Code Section 7110
(a) The governing body may, either by ordinance or resolution, propose an eligible area within its respective jurisdiction as the geographic area for
California Government Code Section 7110.5
A designation of a local agency military base recovery area pursuant to Section 7110 shall be for an eight-year period, that shall expire eight years
California Government Code Section 7111
(a) An eligible area is a military base or former military base which, based upon the determination of the department, fulfills the following: (1)
California Government Code Section 7112
All property which is owned by or leased to the state or governing body within the boundaries of the closed military base or the military base that...
California Government Code Section 7113
(a) Upon filing a preliminary application, the applicant, as lead agency, shall submit an initial study and a notice of preparation to the...
California Government Code Section 7113.5
When selecting successful applicants for a local agency military base recovery area, the department shall limit the number of local agency military...
California Government Code Section 7114
(a) The department shall design, develop, and make available the applications and the criteria for selection of a local agency military base recovery
California Government Code Section 7114.2
(a) The department may establish, charge, and collect a fee as reimbursement for the costs of its administration of this chapter. The department...
California Government Code Section 7114.5
(a) The department shall provide, as a high priority, to a designated local agency military base recovery area: (1) Technical assistance for state
California Government Code Section 7115
The department shall submit a report to the Legislature on or before July 1, 1996, and every year thereafter, which: (a) Evaluates the effect of...
California Government Code Section 7116
(a) A local agency military base recovery area governing body shall provide information at the request of the department as necessary for the...
California Government Code Section 7117
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Office of Small Business shall establish regulations for loans and loan guarantees administered by...
California Government Code Section 7117
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Office of Small Business shall establish regulations for loans and loan guarantees administered by...
California Government Code Section 7118
(a) Whenever the state prepares a solicitation for a contract for goods in excess of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), except a contract in...
California Government Code Section 7120
(a) It is the intent of the Legislature that all persons licensed in this state to engage in the practice of dentistry shall be accorded equal...
California Government Code Section 7150
Unless the context otherwise requires, the words and phrases defined in this article govern the construction of this chapter.
California Government Code Section 7150.5
"Agency" means: (a) The Department of Fish and Game with respect to a state tax lien created under Section 8048 of the Fish and Game Code. (b)...
California Government Code Section 7151
"Bona fide purchaser" has the same meaning as "protected purchaser" as defined in Section 8303 of the Commercial Code.
California Government Code Section 7152
"Buyer in ordinary course of business" has the same meaning as defined in paragraph (9) of subdivision (b) of Section 1201 of the Commercial Code.
California Government Code Section 7153
"Chattel paper" has the same meaning as defined in paragraph (11) of subdivision (a) of Section 9102 of the Commercial Code.
California Government Code Section 7154
"Deposit account" has the same meaning as defined in paragraph (29) of subdivision (a) of Section 9102 of the Commercial Code.
California Government Code Section 7155
"Duly negotiated" has the same meaning as defined in Section 7501 of the Commercial Code.
California Government Code Section 7156
"Holder in due course" has the same meaning as defined in Section 3302 of the Commercial Code.
California Government Code Section 7157
"Instrument" has the same meaning as defined in paragraph (47) of subdivision (a) of Section 9102 of the Commercial Code.
California Government Code Section 7158
"Personal property" includes both tangible and intangible personal property.
California Government Code Section 7159
"Purchase money security interest" has the same meaning as defined in Section 9103 of the Commercial Code.
California Government Code Section 7160
"Real property" includes any rights in real property.
California Government Code Section 7161
"Security" has the same meaning as defined in Section 8102 of the Commerical Code.
California Government Code Section 7162
"State tax lien" means a lien created pursuant to Section 8048 of the Fish and Game Code, Section 3423 or 3772 of the Public Resources Code, Section...
California Government Code Section 7163
"Tax" means a liability for which a state tax lien has been created.
California Government Code Section 7164
"Taxpayer" means the person liable for the tax.
California Government Code Section 7170
(a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b) and (c), a state tax lien attaches to all property and rights to property whether real or personal,...
California Government Code Section 7170.5
Notwithstanding Section 7170, as between competing state tax liens or as between a state tax lien and a federal lien described in Section 2100 of the
California Government Code Section 7171
(a) With respect to real property, at any time after creation of a state tax lien, the agency may record in the office of the county recorder of the...
California Government Code Section 7172
(a) A state tax lien continues in effect for 10 years from the date of its creation unless it is sooner released or otherwise discharged, and is...
California Government Code Section 7173
(a) If the taxpayer is a party to an action or special proceeding in which the taxpayer may become entitled to property or a money judgment, a state
California Government Code Section 7174
(a) If the agency determines that the amount of tax, interest, and any penalty are sufficiently secured by a lien on other property or that the...
California Government Code Section 7190
(a) As used in this section, "preexisting state tax lien" means a lien: (1) Created, recorded in any county, or filed with the Secretary of State,
California Government Code Section 7191
This chapter is a restatement and continuation of provisions formerly found in Sections 8048 and 8052 of the Fish and Game Code, Sections 3423,...
California Government Code Section 7220
When authorized by Section 7171 or when specifically authorized by the provisions of particular tax laws, a notice of state tax lien may be filed in...
California Government Code Section 7221
The notice of state tax lien shall set forth the matters required by subdivision (c) of Section 7171.
California Government Code Section 7222
The Secretary of State shall cause the notice to be marked, held and indexed in accordance with the provisions of Section 9519 of the Commercial Code
California Government Code Section 7223
If a certificate or notice of state tax lien has been filed and is still effective, a certificate of release, partial release, or subordination, may...
California Government Code Section 7224
(a) A filed certificate or notice of state tax lien is effective for a period of 10 years from the date of filing. The effectiveness of the filed...
California Government Code Section 7225
Unless the Secretary of State has notice of an action pending relative thereto, he may remove from the files and destroy the certificate or notice of
California Government Code Section 7226
(a) Upon request of any person, the Secretary of State shall issue his or her certificate showing whether there is on file, on the date and hour...
California Government Code Section 7227
There is no fee for filing a notice of state tax lien, certificate of partial release, certificate of subordination or certificate of continuation. ...
California Government Code Section 7228
As used in this chapter, "state tax" includes a local tax which is administered or collected by a state agency.
California Government Code Section 7229
The Secretary of State may adopt regulations relating to this chapter.
California Government Code Section 7250
The provisions of this chapter apply to all buildings or other facilities owned, leased, operated or managed by the state, county, city and county,...
California Government Code Section 7251
When a building contains special toilet facilities usable by a person in a wheelchair or otherwise handicapped, a sign indicating the location of...
California Government Code Section 7252
When a building contains an entrance other than the main entrance which is ramped or level for use by handicapped persons, a sign showing its...
California Government Code Section 7260
As used in this chapter: (a) "Public entity" includes the state, the Regents of the University of California, a county, city, city and county,...
California Government Code Section 7260.5
(a) The Legislature finds and declares the following: (1) Displacement as a direct result of programs or projects undertaken by a public entity is
California Government Code Section 7260.7
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, in furtherance of the goal set forth in paragraph (3) of subdivision (c) of Section 7260.5, nonprofit...
California Government Code Section 7261
(a) Programs or projects undertaken by a public entity shall be planned in a manner that (1) recognizes, at an early stage in the planning of the...
California Government Code Section 7261.5
In order to prevent unnecessary expenses and duplications of functions, and to promote uniform and effective administration of relocation assistance...
California Government Code Section 7262
(a) Whenever a program or project to be undertaken by a public entity will result in the displacement of any person, the displaced person is entitled
California Government Code Section 7262.5
Notwithstanding Section 7265.3 or any other provision of law, tenants residing in any rental project who are displaced from the project for a period...
California Government Code Section 7263
(a) In addition to the payments required by Section 7262, the public entity, as a part of the cost of acquisition, shall make a payment to the owner...
California Government Code Section 7263.5
For purposes of Section 7263, the leasing of a condominium for a 99-year period, or for a term which exceeds the life expectancy of the displaced...
California Government Code Section 7264
(a) In addition to the payments required by Section 7262, as a part of the cost of acquisition, the public entity shall make a payment to any...
California Government Code Section 7264.5
(a) If a program or project undertaken by the public entity cannot proceed on a timely basis because comparable replacement housing is not available...
California Government Code Section 7265
(a) In addition to the payments required by Section 7262, as a cost of acquisition, the public entity shall make a payment to any affected property...
California Government Code Section 7265.3
(a) A public entity may make payments in the amounts it deems appropriate, and may provide advisory assistance under this chapter, to a person who...
California Government Code Section 7265.4
In addition to the payments required by Section 7262, as a cost of acquisition, the public entity, as soon as practicable after the date of payment...
California Government Code Section 7266
(a) If a relocation appeals board has been established pursuant to Section 33417.5 of the Health and Safety Code, a city by ordinance may designate...
California Government Code Section 7267
In order to encourage and expedite the acquisition of real property by agreements with owners, to avoid litigation and relieve congestion in the...
California Government Code Section 7267.1
(a) The public entity shall make every reasonable effort to acquire expeditiously real property by negotiation. (b) Real property shall be...
California Government Code Section 7267.2
(a) (1) Prior to adopting a resolution of necessity pursuant to Section 1245.230 of the Code of Civil Procedure and initiating negotiations for the...
California Government Code Section 7267.3
The construction or development of a public improvement shall be so scheduled that, to the greatest extent practicable, no person lawfully occupying...
California Government Code Section 7267.4
If the public entity permits an owner or tenant to occupy the real property acquired on a rental basis for a short term, or for a period subject to...
California Government Code Section 7267.5
In no event shall the public entity either advance the time of condemnation, or defer negotiations or condemnation and the deposit of funds in court...
California Government Code Section 7267.6
If any interest in real property is to be acquired by exercise of the power of eminent domain, the public entity shall institute formal condemnation...
California Government Code Section 7267.7
(a) If the acquisition of only a portion of a property would leave the remaining portion in such a shape or condition as to constitute an uneconomic...
California Government Code Section 7267.8
(a) All public entities shall adopt rules and regulations to implement payments and to administer relocation assistance under this chapter. These...
California Government Code Section 7267.9
(a) Prior to the initiation of negotiations for acquisition by a public entity or public utility of nonprofit, special use property, as defined by...
California Government Code Section 7269
(a) No payment received by any person under this chapter or as tenant relocation assistance required by any state statute or local ordinance shall be
California Government Code Section 7269.1
Where a recipient of relocation benefits payments under federal or state law is also a general assistance recipient under Part 5 (commencing with...
California Government Code Section 7270
Nothing contained in this chapter shall be construed as creating in any condemnation proceedings brought under the power of eminent domain any...
California Government Code Section 7271
If any provision of this chapter or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other...
California Government Code Section 7272
If under any other provision of law of this state the owner or occupant of real property acquired by a public entity for public use is given greater...
California Government Code Section 7272.3
It is the intent of the Legislature, by this chapter, to establish minimum requirements for relocation assistance payments by public entities. This...
California Government Code Section 7272.5
Nothing contained in this article shall be construed as creating in any condemnation proceeding brought under the power of eminent domain, any...
California Government Code Section 7273
Funds received pursuant to Sections 2106 and 2107 of the Streets and Highways Code may be expended by any city to provide relocation advisory...
California Government Code Section 7274
Sections 7267 to 7267.7, inclusive, create no rights or liabilities and shall not affect the validity of any property acquisitions by purchase or...
California Government Code Section 7275
Whenever any public entity acquires real property by eminent domain, purchase, or exchange, the purchase price and other consideration paid by such...
California Government Code Section 7276
(a) If a resolution is adopted under Section 1245.330 of the Code of Civil Procedure consenting to the acquisition of property by eminent domain and...
California Government Code Section 7277
(a) The requirement to provide relocation assistance and benefits imposed by this chapter shall not apply to a purchase of property which is offered...
California Government Code Section 7280
This act shall be known and may be cited as the "Burton-Stull Vietnam Veterans Employment Act."
California Government Code Section 7280.1
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the employment of veterans of the Vietnam conflict after their separation from the armed forces is of...
California Government Code Section 7280.2
For the purposes of this chapter "veteran" means any person (1) who served in the active military, naval, or air service of the United States for a...
California Government Code Section 7280.3
Each employer in private employment who hires an unemployed veteran of the Vietnam conflict at not less than the then-current federal minimum wage,...
California Government Code Section 7280.4
Such payments for reimbursement pursuant to Section 7280.3 shall be made to an employer who hires such a veteran as soon as possible after the...
California Government Code Section 7280.6
The provisions of this chapter shall be administered by, and payments shall be disbursed through, the Department of Employment Development, in...
California Government Code Section 7280.8
The Director of the Department of Employment Development, or his designee, shall certify to employers such veterans as certified trainees under this...
California Government Code Section 7280.9
(a) For the purposes of this chapter, "certified trainee" means a person who both (1) meets the criteria of Section 7280.2 and (2) has entered into a
California Government Code Section 7281
No veteran shall be certified under Section 7280.8 if any of the following occur: (a) The director or his designee finds that the employer does...
California Government Code Section 7281.2
No employer may receive any reimbursement for costs specified in this chapter if the veteran whom he hires as a trainee is a person whom the employer
California Government Code Section 7281.4
Such portion of the funds appropriated each year by the Legislature for the purposes of this chapter as the Director of the Department of Employment...
California Government Code Section 7285
The Legislature finds and declares the following: (a) All protections, rights, and remedies available under state law, except any reinstatement...
California Government Code Section 7290
This chapter may be known and cited as the Dymally-Alatorre Bilingual Services Act.
California Government Code Section 7291
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the effective maintenance and development of a free and democratic society depends on the right and...
California Government Code Section 7292
(a) Every state agency, as defined in Section 11000, except the State Compensation Insurance Fund, directly involved in the furnishing of information
California Government Code Section 7293
Every local public agency, as defined in Section 54951, serving a substantial number of non-English-speaking people, shall employ a sufficient number
California Government Code Section 7294
An employee of a state or local agency, as defined by Sections 11000 and 54951, may not be dismissed to carry out the purposes of this chapter. A...
California Government Code Section 7295
Any materials explaining services available to the public shall be translated into any non-English language spoken by a substantial number of the...
California Government Code Section 7295.2
Every state agency which serves a substantial number of non-English-speaking people and which provides materials in English explaining services shall
California Government Code Section 7295.4
Whenever a state agency finds that the factors listed in both subdivisions (a) and (c) or (b) and (c) exist, it shall distribute the applicable...
California Government Code Section 7296
(a) As used in this chapter, a "qualified bilingual person," "qualified bilingual employee," or "qualified interpreter" is a person who is proficient
California Government Code Section 7296.2
As used in Sections 7292 and 7295.2, a "substantial number of non-English-speaking people" are members of a group who either do not speak English, or
California Government Code Section 7296.4
As used in Section 7292, "a sufficient number of qualified bilingual persons in public contact positions" is the number required to provide the same...
California Government Code Section 7297
As used in this chapter, a "public contact position" is a position determined by the agency to be one which emphasizes the ability to meet, contact...
California Government Code Section 7298
The provisions of this chapter are not applicable to school districts, county boards of education, or the office of a county superintendent of...
California Government Code Section 7299
The provisions of this act shall be implemented to the extent that local, state or federal funds are available, and to the extent permissible under...
California Government Code Section 7299.1
State agencies may, utilizing existing funds, contract for telephone-based interpretation services in addition to employing qualified bilingual...
California Government Code Section 7299.2
The State Personnel Board shall be responsible for informing state agencies of their responsibilities under this chapter and providing state agencies
California Government Code Section 7299.4
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision in this chapter, each state agency shall conduct an assessment and develop and update an implementation plan...
California Government Code Section 7299.5
The State Personnel Board may exempt state agencies from the requirements of Section 7299.4, where the State Personnel Board determines that any of...
California Government Code Section 7299.6
The State Personnel Board shall review the results of the surveys and implementation plans required to be made by Section 7299.4, compile this data,...
California Government Code Section 7299.8
It is not the intent of the Legislature in enacting this chapter to prohibit the establishment of bilingual positions, or printing of materials, or...
California Government Code Section 7301
For purposes of this chapter: (a) "Land" means any right or interest, including development rights, in real property which is essentially...
California Government Code Section 7302
Any person may offer land included within a transfer described in Section 7301 to the state for preservation as open-space land.
California Government Code Section 7303
The inheritance tax referee shall certify the appraised value of the land and the amount of taxes due and payable by the transferee. Such...
California Government Code Section 7304
The secretary shall establish criteria to evaluate the significance of the land offered and the feasibility of the state accepting any right or...
California Government Code Section 7305
Upon receipt of the offer, the secretary shall notify the county in which the land being offered is located of the state's consideration. The...
California Government Code Section 7306
Upon acceptance of an offer of land pursuant to this chapter, the secretary shall forward appropriate certification of such acceptance to the...
California Government Code Section 7307
Land accepted by the state pursuant to this chapter shall be maintained and preserved in perpetuity as open-space land, except as provided in Section
California Government Code Section 7308
Unless otherwise provided in the terms of acceptance or prohibited by encumbrances on the land, real property conveyed to the state under this...
California Government Code Section 7309
Notwithstanding Section 14103 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, inheritance tax imposed on land offered to the state pursuant to this chapter shall...
California Government Code Section 7450
Every local agency in this state owning common stock and whose stock is by contract managed by a fiduciary shall request such fiduciary to forward...
California Government Code Section 7451
Notwithstanding any other provision of the law, every local agency in this state owning common stock shall, when returning proxies to a corporation,...
California Government Code Section 7460
This chapter shall be known as the "California Right to Financial Privacy Act."
California Government Code Section 7461
The Legislature finds and declares as follows: (a) Procedures and policies governing the relationship between financial institutions and...
California Government Code Section 7465
For the purposes of this chapter: (a) The term "financial institution" includes state and national banks, state and federal savings associations,...
California Government Code Section 7470
(a) Except as provided in Section 7480, no officer, employee, or agent of a state or local agency or department thereof, in connection with a civil...
California Government Code Section 7471
(a) Except in accordance with requirements of Title 11 (commencing with Section 14160) of Part 4 of the Penal Code or Section 7473, 7474, 7475, or...
California Government Code Section 7473
(a) A customer may authorize disclosure under paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 7470 if those seeking disclosure furnish to the financial...
California Government Code Section 7474
(a) An officer, employee, or agent of a state or local agency or department thereof, may obtain financial records under paragraph (2) of subdivision...
California Government Code Section 7475
An officer, employee, or agent of a state or local agency or department thereof, may obtain financial records under paragraph (3) of subdivision (a)...
California Government Code Section 7476
(a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b) and (c), an officer, employee, or agent of a state or local agency or department thereof, may obtain...
California Government Code Section 7480
Nothing in this chapter prohibits any of the following: (a) The dissemination of any financial information that is not identified with, or...
California Government Code Section 7480
Nothing in this chapter prohibits any of the following: (a) The dissemination of any financial information that is not identified with, or...
California Government Code Section 7485
(a) Any person who, with the intent to violate, knowingly participates in a violation of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction
California Government Code Section 7486
In any successful action to enforce liability for a violation of the provisions of this chapter, the customer may recover the cost of the action...
California Government Code Section 7487
In addition to any other remedy contained in this chapter or otherwise available, injunctive relief shall be available to any customer aggrieved by a
California Government Code Section 7488
An action to enforce any provision of this chapter must be commenced within three years after the date on which the violation occurred.
California Government Code Section 7489
Evidence obtained in violation of this chapter is inadmissible in any proceeding except a proceeding to enforce the provisions of this article.
California Government Code Section 7490
Except as provided in Sections 6069, 10145, 10146, and 17766.5 of the Business and Professions Code, Sections 25134, 25241, 29535, and 31111 of the...
California Government Code Section 7491
Should any other law grant or appear to grant power or authority to any person to violate the provisions of this chapter, the provisions of this...
California Government Code Section 7492
If any provision of this chapter or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid for any reason, such invalidity shall not...
California Government Code Section 7493
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to preclude a state or local agency from obtaining a credit report or consumer credit report from anyone...
California Government Code Section 7500
Any city with a population of 1,000,000 or more, and any agency thereof, which has established any pension and retirement plan which requires...
California Government Code Section 7501
It is the intent and purpose of the Legislature, in enacting this chapter, to safeguard the solvency of all public retirement systems and funds. The...
California Government Code Section 7502
The State Controller shall review the annual financial report of each state and local public retirement system submitted pursuant to Section 7504...
California Government Code Section 7503
All state and local public retirement systems shall prepare an annual report in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
California Government Code Section 7504
(a) All state and local public retirement systems shall, not less than triennially, secure the services of an enrolled actuary. An enrolled actuary,...
California Government Code Section 7505
Every state and local public retirement system shall permit any person entitled to the receipt of benefits to designate that payment of such benefits
California Government Code Section 7506
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any person entitled to the receipt of benefits from any state retirement system may authorize the payment
California Government Code Section 7506.5
The Controller shall make an agreement with one or more financial institutions participating in the Automated Clearing House pursuant to the local...
California Government Code Section 7507
(a) For the purpose of this section: (1) "Actuary" means an actuary who is an associate or fellow of the Society of Actuaries. (2) "Future...
California Government Code Section 7507.2
(a) There is hereby enacted the California Actuarial Advisory Panel. The panel shall provide impartial and independent information on pensions, other
California Government Code Section 7507.5
It is the intent of the Legislature that the Regents of the University of California provide written notice to the Legislature of any proposed...
California Government Code Section 7508
A retired member of a state retirement system, other than the University of California Retirement System, the Judges' Retirement System, the Judges'...
California Government Code Section 7509
(a) The restrictions upon rates of interest contained in Section 1 of Article XV of the California Constitution shall not apply to any loans made by,
California Government Code Section 7510
(a) (1) Except as provided in subdivision (b), a public retirement system, which has invested assets in real property and improvements thereon for...
California Government Code Section 7511
Notwithstanding any other provision to the contrary: (a) A public retirement system may purchase insurance for its fiduciaries or for itself to...
California Government Code Section 7512
Each state and local public pension or retirement system shall, on and after the 90th day following the completion of the annual audit of the system,
California Government Code Section 7513
(a) In the case of a state or local retirement system or plan that is subject to Section 401(a)(31) of the Internal Revenue Code, if, under the terms
California Government Code Section 7513.5
(a) On or before the first day of March of each year, the Teachers' Retirement Board and the Board of Administration of the Public Employees'...
California Government Code Section 7513.6
(a) As used in this section, the following definitions shall apply: (1) "Active business operations" means a company engaged in business...
California Government Code Section 7513.7
(a) As used in this section, the following definitions shall apply: (1) "Board" means the Board of Administration of the Public Employees'...
California Government Code Section 7514
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law except Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 16649.80) of Part 2 of Division 4 of Title 2, any state or...
California Government Code Section 7514
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law except Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 16649.80) of Part 2 of Division 4 of Title 2, any state or...
California Government Code Section 7514.1
Notwithstanding any other provision of law except Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 16649.80) of Part 2 of Division 4 of Title 2, any state or local
California Government Code Section 7514.3
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, state pension systems may, subject to and consistent with their fiduciary duties and the standard for...
California Government Code Section 7514.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, whenever the rights of a member of the Public Employees' Retirement System, the State Teachers'...
California Government Code Section 7515
It is the intent of this chapter to authorize and encourage the Public Employees' Retirement System and the State Teachers' Retirement System to...
California Government Code Section 7516
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, confidential information or documents relating to investments in the possession of the Public Employees'...
California Government Code Section 7520
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any public pension fund or retirement system of this state or local agency of this state may contract
California Government Code Section 7525
The letterhead or other prominent location on official stationery of each state agency, and county, city, including, but not limited to, a chartered...
California Government Code Section 7526
In addition to the requirements of Section 7525, the letterhead or other prominent location on official stationery of each state agency, and county,...
California Government Code Section 7527
Every letter to any person from a state agency shall be signed by, or contain the name of, the writer, authorized representative, or contact person...
California Government Code Section 7528
(a) In addition to any other requirement, every state agency, as defined in Section 11000, that issues permits or licenses or accepts applications,...
California Government Code Section 7528.1
This chapter shall remain in effect only until January 1, 2012, and as of that date is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that is enacted...
California Government Code Section 7527
Every letter to any person from a state agency shall be signed by, or contain the name of, the writer, authorized representative, or contact person...
California Government Code Section 7530
All public agencies, public entities, districts, cities, counties, and cities and counties shall, when being identified by such entity for any...
California Government Code Section 7550
(a) Any document or written report prepared for or under the direction of a state or local agency, that is prepared in whole or in part by...
California Government Code Section 7550.1
In an effort to reduce the cost of preparing state reports, a state agency shall, when preparing a report, consider cost reduction options,...
California Government Code Section 7550.6
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, until June 30, 1995, no local educational agency shall be required to prepare or to submit any written...
California Government Code Section 7551
The Department of General Services shall cause to be designed a series of commemorative gold medallions in not less than 1 troy ounce, 0.5 troy...
California Government Code Section 7552
Each medallion shall bear: (a) On one side, the Great Seal of the State of California. (b) On the reverse side; (1) across the top, the term...
California Government Code Section 7553
Upon the showing of sufficient interest by gold producers, the department shall contract with a registered, certified mint for the minting of gold...
California Government Code Section 7554
The Department of General Services shall, for the use of the Great Seal of the State of California, charge the following royalties: (a) For each...
California Government Code Section 7555
After minting, the medallions shall be returned to the producers who, notwithstanding Section 402, shall have sole responsibility for distribution,...
California Government Code Section 7556
Only registered, certified mints which have contracted with the department may produce the medallions, as ordered pursuant to the provisions of this...
California Government Code Section 7560
It is the intent of the Legislature to assure receipt of federal funding by the State of California. It is also the intent of the Legislature to...
California Government Code Section 7561
It is further the intent of the Legislature that there shall be a single line of responsibility with regard to the education of all handicapped...
California Government Code Section 7562
If any state agency applies for federal funds to meet a mandatory responsibility under federal or state law and such application is not approved, the
California Government Code Section 7563
The Joint Legislative Budget Committee shall submit to each member of the appropriate legislative policy committees and to each member of the...
California Government Code Section 7564
Any state agency which has not received federal agency approval of an application for funds as described in Section 7542 shall submit to the...
California Government Code Section 7570
Ensuring maximum utilization of all state and federal resources available to provide a child with a disability, as defined in Section 1401(3) of...
California Government Code Section 7571
The Secretary of the Health and Human Services Agency may designate a department of state government to assume the responsibilities described in...
California Government Code Section 7572
(a) A child shall be assessed in all areas related to the suspected disability by those qualified to make a determination of the child's need for the
California Government Code Section 7572.5
(a) When an assessment is conducted pursuant to Article 2 (commencing with Section 56320) of Chapter 4 of Part 30 of the Education Code, which...
California Government Code Section 7572.55
(a) Residential placements for a child with a disability who is seriously emotionally disturbed may be made out-of-state only after in-state...
California Government Code Section 7573
The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall ensure that local education agencies provide special education and those related services and...
California Government Code Section 7575
(a) (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State Department of Health Services, or any designated local agency administering the...
California Government Code Section 7576
(a) The State Department of Mental Health, or a community mental health service, as described in Section 5602 of the Welfare and Institutions Code,...
California Government Code Section 7576.2
(a) The Director of the State Department of Mental Health is responsible for monitoring county mental health agencies to ensure compliance with the...
California Government Code Section 7576.3
It is the intent of the Legislature that the Director of the State Department of Mental Health collaborate with an entity with expertise in...
California Government Code Section 7576.5
If funds are appropriated to local educational agencies to support the costs of providing services pursuant to this chapter, the local educational...
California Government Code Section 7577
(a) The State Department of Rehabilitation and the State Department of Education shall jointly develop assessment procedures for determining client...
California Government Code Section 7578
The provision of special education programs and related services for disabled children and youth residing in state hospitals shall be ensured by the...
California Government Code Section 7579
(a) Prior to placing a disabled child or a child suspected of being disabled in a residential facility, outside the child's home, a court, regional...
California Government Code Section 7579.1
(a) Prior to the discharge of any disabled child or youth who has an active individualized education program from a public hospital, proprietary...
California Government Code Section 7579.2
It is the intent of the Legislature that any disabled individual who has an active individualized education program and is being discharged from a...
California Government Code Section 7579.5
(a) In accordance with Section 1415(b)(2)(B) of Title 20 of the United States Code, a local educational agency shall make reasonable efforts to...
California Government Code Section 7579.6
(a) In accordance with Section 1415(b)(2)(A) of Title 20 of the United States Code, in the case of a child who is a ward of the state, the surrogate...
California Government Code Section 7580
Prior to licensing a community care facility, as defined in Section 1502 of the Health and Safety Code, in which a disabled child or youth may be...
California Government Code Section 7581
The residential and noneducational costs of a child placed in a medical or residential facility by a public agency, other than a local education...
California Government Code Section 7582
Assessments and therapy treatment services provided under programs of the State Department of Health Services or the State Department of Mental...
California Government Code Section 7584
As used in this chapter, "disabled youth," "child," or "pupil" means individuals with exceptional needs as defined in Section 56026 of the Education...
California Government Code Section 7585
(a) Whenever a department or local agency designated by that department fails to provide a related service or designated instruction and service...
California Government Code Section 7586
(a) All state departments, and their designated local agencies, shall be governed by the procedural safeguards required in Section 1415 of Title 20...
California Government Code Section 7586.5
Not later than January 1, 1988, the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Secretary of the Health and Human Services Agency jointly shall...
California Government Code Section 7586.6
(a) The Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Secretary of the Health and Human Services Agency shall ensure that the State Department of...
California Government Code Section 7586.7
The Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Secretary of the Health and Human Services Agency jointly shall prepare and implement within...
California Government Code Section 7587
By January 1, 1986, each state department named in this chapter shall develop regulations, as necessary, for the department or designated local...
California Government Code Section 7588
This chapter shall become operative on July 1, 1986, except Section 7583, which shall become operative on January 1, 1985.
California Government Code Section 7591
(a) The amount of fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) is appropriated, subject to subdivision (b), from the General Fund to the Trade and Commerce...
California Government Code Section 7591.5
The Secretary of Trade and Commerce shall remove any lien placed in connection with a loan authorized pursuant to Section 7591 by January 1, 1999. ...
California Government Code Section 7592
There is in the General Fund the California Olympic Training Account. The account shall consist of those revenues derived from the additional...
California Government Code Section 7593
The Legislature finds and declares that the federal Selective Service System registration program is considered to be in the national interest...
California Government Code Section 7593.1
All state agencies shall cooperate with the United States Selective Service System in efforts to publicize the necessity of, and requirements for,...
California Government Code Section 7594
The last week of August commencing in 1991, is hereby designated as California's Salute to Youth Achievement Week. The purpose of California's...
California Government Code Section 7594.5
The first week in January, commencing in 1995, is hereby designated as Braille Literacy Week. The purpose of California's Braille Literacy Week...
California Government Code Section 7595
All state agencies which provide over-the-counter information and services directly to the public shall provide those services during the customary...
California Government Code Section 7596
As used in this chapter, the following terms have the following meanings: (a) "Public building" means a building owned and occupied, or leased and
California Government Code Section 7597
(a) No public employee or member of the public shall smoke any tobacco product inside a public building, or in an outdoor area within 20 feet of a...
California Government Code Section 7598
Except as provided in Section 7597, a public employee or other person may smoke in any outdoor area of a public building unless otherwise prohibited...
California Government Code Section 7600
It is the intent of the Legislature that: (a) Specified state agencies be authorized to invest marketable securities by entering into security...
California Government Code Section 7601
As used in this chapter: (a) "Security loan agreement" means a written contract whereby a legal owner (the lender) agrees to lend specific...
California Government Code Section 7602
A state agency which is authorized pursuant to Section 22312 of the Education Code and Sections 16481 and 20208.5 of the Government Code may enter...
California Government Code Section 7603
All loans of securities shall be made pursuant to one of the standardized security loan agreement forms, as developed by the administrators of the...
California Government Code Section 7604
In the event of a loss in the reacquisition of loaned securities, the responsible state agency shall make a written report of the loss to the...
California Government Code Section 7605
Each state agency which enters into security loan agreements shall (a) maintain detailed records of all security loans, (b) develop controls and...
California Government Code Section 7900
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that the purpose of this division is to provide for the effective and efficient implementation of Article...
California Government Code Section 7901
For the purposes of Article XIIIB of the California Constitution and this division: (a) "Change in California per capita personal income" means...
California Government Code Section 7902
(a) For the 1980-81 fiscal year, the appropriations limit of the state and of each local jurisdiction shall be determined as follows: (1) Multiply
California Government Code Section 7902.1
(a) If, beginning with the 1980-81 fiscal year or any fiscal year thereafter, the proceeds of taxes of a school district, community college district,
California Government Code Section 7902.5
The governing body of any city incorporated after July 1, 1978, but prior to January 1, 1980, may, by resolution, adopt an appropriations limit for...
California Government Code Section 7902.6
The governing body of any city incorporated at the General Election held on November 4, 1980, for which no appropriations limit has been established...
California Government Code Section 7902.7
(a) The appropriations limit of a city incorporated on or after January 1, 1988, but prior to January 1, 1990, shall be determined pursuant to...
California Government Code Section 7902.8
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, with respect to any special district formed during the 1978-79 fiscal year which initially was totally...
California Government Code Section 7903
"State subventions" shall include only money received by a local agency from the state, the use of which is unrestricted by the statute providing the
California Government Code Section 7904
In no event shall the appropriation of the same proceeds of taxes be subject to the appropriations limit of more than one local jurisdiction or the...
California Government Code Section 7905
Revenues to a local jurisdiction from regulatory licenses, user charges, or user fees may be aggregated if they are reasonably related.
California Government Code Section 7906
For school districts: (a) "ADA" means a school district's second principal apportionment units of average daily attendance as determined pursuant...
California Government Code Section 7907
For county superintendents of schools: (a) "Proceeds of taxes" shall be deemed to include subventions received from the state only if those...
California Government Code Section 7908
For community college districts: (a) As used in this section, "ADA" means the annual average daily attendance reported for students attending the...
California Government Code Section 7909
No later than May 1 of each year, the Department of Finance shall notify each local agency of the change in the cost of living or change in...
California Government Code Section 7910
(a) Each year the governing body of each local jurisdiction shall, by resolution, establish its appropriations limit and make other necessary...
California Government Code Section 7911
For the purposes of Section 2 of Article XIIIB, a local jurisdiction may return excess revenues by granting a tax credit or refund, by providing a...
California Government Code Section 7912
Each year, the Governor shall include in the budget as submitted to the Legislature an estimate of the state's appropriations limit for the budget...
California Government Code Section 7913
For purposes of subdivision (b) of Section 3 of Article XIIIB of the California Constitution, the financial responsibility of providing services is...
California Government Code Section 7914
An appropriation for a "qualified capital outlay project," as used in subdivision (d) of Section 9 of Article XIIIB of the California Constitution,...
California Government Code Section 8000
(a) Notwithstanding any other law, the following advisory bodies are hereby abolished: (1) Ethics and Advertising Committee in Bureau of...
California Government Code Section 8001
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the following advisory bodies are hereby abolished: (1) Law Enforcement Mutual Aid Radio System.
California Government Code Section 8100
The Governor shall execute for, in behalf of, and in the name of the State of California, a compact or agreement with the State of Nevada for the...
California Government Code Section 8101
No compact or agreement is binding on the State of California until it has been approved by the Legislature of this State.
California Government Code Section 8130
There is in the state government a California-Nevada Interstate Compact Commission.
California Government Code Section 8131
As used in this chapter "commission" means California-Nevada Interstate Compact Commission.
California Government Code Section 8132
The commission shall consist of seven members, the Director of Water Resources and six members appointed by the Governor, from California electors...
California Government Code Section 8133
Each member of the commission shall be entitled to receive his actual necessary expenses while on official business of the commission.
California Government Code Section 8134
The chairman of the commission shall be selected by the commission.
California Government Code Section 8135
The commission shall appoint a secretary who may be one of its members and may employ such employees as it deems necessary to carry out its functions
California Government Code Section 8136
It is the function of the commission to cooperate with a similar commission representing the State of Nevada in formulating and submitting to the...
California Government Code Section 8137
No compact or agreement is binding on the State of California until it has been approved by the Legislature of this state and the Congress of the...
California Government Code Section 8138
The Director of Water Resources shall cooperate with the commission and furnish it with such engineering and other data as the commission may require
California Government Code Section 8139
Members and employees of the commission may travel outside of the state and may hold hearings and conduct investigations within and outside the...
California Government Code Section 8140
The commission shall be abolished upon the earlier occurrence of either the effective date of the compact, or January 1, 1977.
California Government Code Section 8150
Any instrumentality jointly created by this State and other state or states is hereby authorized, to the extent that this State may confer authority,
California Government Code Section 8160
The plan for location of state buildings and other improvements in the central city of the City of Sacramento, approved by the director on March 15,...
California Government Code Section 8160.1
The following terms, used in this article, shall be given the following meanings: (a) "Metropolitan area" means the greater metropolitan...
California Government Code Section 8161
The department may request the assistance and advice of any state agency in the development of the master plan. Any state agency receiving such a...
California Government Code Section 8162
The department shall inform the City of Sacramento and the County of Sacramento of the master plan, and subsequent revisions thereof, and shall make...
California Government Code Section 8162.5
(a) This section and Sections 8162.6, 8162.7, 8162.8, and 8162.9 shall be known as the Capitol View Protection Act. (b) "Capitol Park" means the...
California Government Code Section 8162.6
The Legislature hereby finds and declares all of the following: (a) Sacramento's State Capitol and Capitol Park provide the City of Sacramento...
California Government Code Section 8162.7
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, except as provided in Section 8162.9, the following height limits shall apply as follows: (a) The...
California Government Code Section 8162.8
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the following setback requirements shall apply: (a) Buildings in the first half block north of L...
California Government Code Section 8162.9
(a) Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 8162.7, a 96-foot height limit shall apply to construction, exclusively for the purposes of...
California Government Code Section 8163
The Capitol Area Plan was established for the orderly development of the state's facilities in the metropolitan area and the department shall be...
California Government Code Section 8164
Commencing January 1, 1979, the department shall report to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and each Member of the Legislature annually. The...
California Government Code Section 8164.1
There is in state government a Capitol Area Committee consisting of nine members who shall be appointed in the following manner: (a) Four members...
California Government Code Section 8164.2
The committee shall elect a chairperson. The committee shall meet at least quarterly or upon the call of the chairperson or the written request of...
California Government Code Section 8164.3
It is the purpose of the committee to independently review the reports of the department to the Legislature and counsel and advise the department in...
California Government Code Section 8165
The Legislature finds and declares: (a) There is clear justification and need for the creation of a beautiful and impressive western approach to...
California Government Code Section 8166
The department shall have the overall responsibility and authority for the formulation and implementation of a long-range master plan for the...
California Government Code Section 8167
That portion of Route 275 that extends from the end of the Sacramento River Bridge in the City of Sacramento to the junction of Capitol Avenue and...
California Government Code Section 8168
The department, in addition to the other powers granted by this article, shall have the express power to do all acts necessary to accomplish the...
California Government Code Section 8169
(a) The director may lease the real property owned by the state within the core area, and not under the jurisdiction of any other state agency, for...
California Government Code Section 8169.1
The director may maintain, repair, alter, sell, remove, or demolish buildings or other structures within the Capitol area when the director deems it...
California Government Code Section 8169.2
The director shall promulgate regulations for relocation payments and assistance consistent with the requirements of Sections 51063 and 51310 of the...
California Government Code Section 8169.3
Construction of parking structures in the core area on state-owned property for the use of the state pursuant to Section 14671.5 is hereby authorized
California Government Code Section 8169.4
The department and the City of Sacramento are authorized to enter into an agreement pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 5 (commencing with Section...
California Government Code Section 8169.5
(a) In furtherance of the Capitol Area Plan, the objectives of Resolution Chapter 131 of the Statutes of 1991, and the legislative findings and...
California Government Code Section 8169.6
(a) (1) In furtherance of the Capitol Area Plan, the objectives of Resolution Chapter 131 of the Statutes of 1991, and the legislative findings and...
California Government Code Section 8170
The site of the Governor's Mansion is hereby designated as all that certain real property situate, lying and being in the County of Sacramento, State
California Government Code Section 8171
The Director of General Services shall appoint an architect to be a professional adviser to the department for purposes of this chapter. The...
California Government Code Section 8172
The Director of General Services is authorized and directed to immediately proceed with the acquisition and development, including landscaping, of...
California Government Code Section 8173
Should any Governor choose not to reside in the Governor's Mansion, the Director of General Services may permit the property to be used by government
California Government Code Section 8174
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, all of that real property designated as the site of the Governor's Mansion, and particularly...
California Government Code Section 8180
The following terms, used in this article, shall have the following meanings: (a) "Project area" includes both of the following: (1) The area...
California Government Code Section 8181
The Legislature finds and declares that: (a) The project area is blighted and in need of redevelopment in the interest of the health and safety...
California Government Code Section 8182
The authority shall have those powers of a redevelopment agency created by Part 1 (commencing with Section 33000) of Division 24 of the Health and...
California Government Code Section 8182.5
The authority shall, in cooperation with the City of Sacramento, prepare an appropriate plan for the development and redevelopment of that portion of
California Government Code Section 8183
(a) The authority may, by resolution, adopt documents necessary or convenient to the exercise of its powers and may designate that any document shall
California Government Code Section 8184
For the purpose of allocating taxes pursuant to Section 8183, state subvention payments made with respect to property within the project area are...
California Government Code Section 8185
For the purpose of exercising powers of a redevelopment agency, the jurisdiction of the authority shall be the "metropolitan area" as defined in...
California Government Code Section 8186
The City of Sacramento shall not adopt a plan containing the provisions of Section 33670 of the Health and Safety Code with respect to any portion of
California Government Code Section 8187
No action attacking or otherwise questioning the validity of any redevelopment plan or any adoption or incorporation of any document into the...
California Government Code Section 8188
The judgment shall determine the validity or invalidity respectively of the matters specified in Section 8187. The judgment shall be subject to...
California Government Code Section 8189
The judgment, if no appeal is taken, or if taken and the judgment is affirmed, shall be forever binding and conclusive, as to all matters therein...
California Government Code Section 8190
Whenever property in the project area has been redeveloped and thereafter is leased for a term not less than 10 years, notwithstanding mutual rights...
California Government Code Section 8191
(a) Except with respect to taxes allocated to the authority pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 8183 which are used by the authority to make...
California Government Code Section 8192
The lessee of any property leased from the authority for residential purposes for a term of five years or less shall receive a credit against future...
California Government Code Section 8193
(a) During the period commencing on July 1, 1982, and ending when 600 newly constructed dwelling units have been completed and initially occupied,...
California Government Code Section 8193.1
(a) Whenever dwelling units located within that portion of the project area described in paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 8180 (the R...
California Government Code Section 8193.2
The requirements of Section 8193.1 shall apply solely to the portion of the project area described in paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section...
California Government Code Section 8194
The authority shall establish the following time limits for that portion of the project area described in paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section
California Government Code Section 8200
The Secretary of State may appoint and commission notaries public in such number as the Secretary of State deems necessary for the public...
California Government Code Section 8201
(a) Every person appointed as notary public shall meet all of the following requirements: (1) Be at the time of appointment a legal resident of...
California Government Code Section 8201.1
(a) Prior to granting an appointment as a notary public, the Secretary of State shall determine that the applicant possesses the required honesty,...
California Government Code Section 8201.2
(a) The Secretary of State shall review the course of study proposed by any vendor to be offered pursuant to paragraph (3) of subdivision (a) and...
California Government Code Section 8201.5
The Secretary of State shall require an applicant for appointment and commission as a notary public to complete an application form and submit a...
California Government Code Section 8202
(a) When executing a jurat, a notary shall administer an oath or affirmation to the affiant and shall determine, from satisfactory evidence as...
California Government Code Section 8202.5
The Secretary of State may appoint and commission the number of state, city, county, and public school district employees as notaries public to act...
California Government Code Section 8202.7
A private employer, pursuant to an agreement with an employee who is a notary public, may pay the premiums on any bond and the cost of any stamps,...
California Government Code Section 8202.8
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a private employer of a notary public who has entered into an agreement with his or her employee pursuant
California Government Code Section 8203.1
The Secretary of State may appoint and commission notaries public for the military and naval reservations of the Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force,...
California Government Code Section 8203.2
Such notaries public shall be appointed only upon the recommendation of the commanding officer of the reservation in which they are to act, and they...
California Government Code Section 8203.3
In addition to the qualifications established in Section 8203.1, appointment will be made only from among those persons who are federal civil service
California Government Code Section 8203.4
The term of office shall be as set forth in Section 8204, except that the appointment shall terminate if the person shall cease to be employed as a...