California Military and Veterans Code
(Last Updated August 2008)

California Military And Veterans Code Section 1
This act shall be known as the Military and Veterans Code.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 2
The provisions of this code in so far as they are substantially the same as existing statutes relating to the same subject matter shall be construed...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 3
All persons who, at the time this code goes into effect, hold office under any of the acts repealed by this code, which offices are continued by this
California Military And Veterans Code Section 4
No action or proceeding commenced before this code takes effect, and no right accrued, is affected by the provisions of this code, but all procedure...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 5
Unless the context otherwise requires, the general provisions hereinafter set forth shall govern the construction of this code.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 6
Division, part, chapter, and article headings contained herein shall not be deemed to govern, limit, modify, or in any manner affect the scope,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 7
Whenever, by the provisions of this code, a power is granted to a public officer or a duty imposed upon such an officer, the power may be exercised...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 8
Writing includes any form of recorded message capable of comprehension by ordinary visual means. Whenever any notice, report, statement or record is
California Military And Veterans Code Section 9
Whenever any reference is made to any section of this code or to any law of this State or the United States or to the Articles of War or the rules...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 10
"Section" means section of this code unless some other statute is specifically mentioned.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 11
The present tense includes the past and future tenses; and the future, the present.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 12
The singular number includes the plural, and the plural the singular.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 13
"County" includes city and county.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 14
"Shall" is mandatory and "may" is permissive.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 15
"Oath" includes affirmation.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 16
An oath authorized or required by Division 2 of this code or the regulations issued thereunder or the statutes or regulations governing the United...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 17
"Signature" or "subscription" includes mark when the signer or subscriber cannot write, such signer's or subscriber's name being written near the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 18
Whenever used in this code, in specifying or defining the rights of employees of the State, or of any county, city and county, city, public district...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 50
There shall be in the State Government the Military Department.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 51
The Military Department includes the office of the Adjutant General, the California National Guard, the State Military Reserve, the California Cadet...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 52
The Adjutant General succeeds to, and is vested with, the duties, power, purposes, responsibilities, and jurisdiction of the Division of Military...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 52.5
The Adjutant General may enter into agreements to provide for joint and several liability and indemnity to private agencies and persons for injuries...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 53
The creation of the Military Department shall in no manner affect the status, position, pay, classification, rights, duties, obligations,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 54
All unexpended balances appropriated for the use of the office of the Adjutant General, the Adjutant General, the National Guard, the State Military...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 60
As used in this chapter, "department" means the Department of Veterans Affairs.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 61
As used in this chapter, "board" means the California Veterans Board.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 62
As used in this code, "secretary" means the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 63
There is in the state government a Department of Veterans Affairs.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 64
There shall be in the Department of Veterans Affairs the California Veterans Board.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 65
The California Veterans Board shall consist of seven members who shall be appointed by the Governor subject to the confirmation of the Senate.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 66
All members of the board shall be veterans as "veteran" is defined in Section 18540.4 of the Government Code. One of these members shall also be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 66.5
(a) One member of the board shall have substantial training or professional expertise in mortgage lending and real estate finance. (b) One other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 67
(a) Of the members as appointed, except as provided in subdivision (b), one shall be appointed for a term expiring January 15, 1947, two for terms...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 68
Each member of the board shall receive, for each day's attendance at each meeting of the board, a per diem of fifty dollars ($50) and shall receive...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 69
(a) The board shall hold meetings at times and at places as shall be determined by it. (b) Special meetings may be called at any time by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 69.5
The board shall report to the Legislature by October 1 of each year regarding the activities, accomplishments, and expenditures of the board during...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 69.7
In the budget submitted by the department pursuant to Section 13320 of the Government Code, the board shall have its budget separately stated. Those
California Military And Veterans Code Section 69.9
(a) On or before January 10, 2009, and on or before January 10 of each year thereafter, the department shall provide the fiscal committees of both...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 70
(a) The Department of Veterans Affairs succeeds to, and is vested with, the duties, powers, purposes, responsibilities, and jurisdiction of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 71
(a) The members of the board shall select one of their members to serve as chairperson, who shall hold office as chairperson at the pleasure of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 72
The California Veterans Board shall determine the policies for all operations of the department.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 73
The California Veterans Board may create advisory committees consisting of veterans to advise the board in specific fields under or relating to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 73.7
(a) Any state officer or employee who intentionally engages in acts of reprisal, retaliation, threats, coercion, or similar acts against an employee...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 73.8
The board shall have access to all documents and employees of the department.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 74
(a) The chief administrative officer of the Department of Veterans Affairs shall be the Secretary of Veterans Affairs who shall be a civil executive...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 75
The secretary shall be appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the Governor.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 76
The annual salary of the secretary is provided for by Chapter 6 (commencing with Section 11550) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 78
The Secretary of Veterans Affairs is head of the department and, as head of the department and subject to the policies adopted by the board, shall...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 78.5
The secretary shall conduct audits as required by Section 13402 of the Government Code, on internal controls of the department, that shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 79
There shall be an Undersecretary of Veterans Affairs, who shall be a civil executive officer. He or she shall be appointed and his or her salary...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 79.1
In addition to the Undersecretary of Veterans Affairs, there shall be within the department, and the secretary shall appoint, a Deputy Secretary of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 79.2
(a) In addition to the secretary, the Governor shall appoint a Deputy Secretary of Veterans Homes, to serve at the pleasure of the secretary, who...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 80
The director may employ subject to law such expert, technical, legal, clerical, and other employees as may be necessary to carry out his powers and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 83
Except to the extent inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter, the provisions of Chapter 2 of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 84
(a) The secretary may whenever he or she deems it advisable and shall when required so to do by the board present reports and recommendations to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 85
Records of the department which are records of contract purchasers, shall not be open to inspection by the public.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 86
(a) Any person deeming himself or herself a veteran and who applies for benefits may appeal any decision made by a division of the department to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 88
(a) Notwithstanding other provisions of law, including, but not limited to, Section 1 of Chapter 648 of the Statutes of 1992, as amended, the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 89
The department may apply to the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee for allocations of the state ceiling on qualified private activity bonds...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 100
The intent of this code is to conform to all acts and regulations of the United States affecting the same subjects, and all provisions of this code...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 101
All acts of the Congress of the United States relating to the control, administration, and government of the Army of the United States and the United
California Military And Veterans Code Section 102
The Uniform Code of Military Justice (Chapter 47 (commencing with Section 801) of Title 10 of the United States Code) and the rules and regulations...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 103
Whenever reference is made in the Uniform Code of Military Justice or the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States, to military service, the Army of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 104
The articles for the government of the Navy of the United States are hereby adopted as part of this code so far as they are applicable and not...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 105
Notwithstanding Section 11425.10 of the Government Code, Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 11400) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 120
The militia of the State shall consist of the National Guard, State Military Reserve and the Naval Militia--which constitute the active militia --and
California Military And Veterans Code Section 121
The unorganized militia consists of all persons liable to service in the militia, but not members of the National Guard, the State Military Reserve,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 122
The militia of the State consists of all able-bodied male citizens and all other able-bodied males who have declared their intention to become...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 123
Whenever the Governor deems it necessary, he or she may order an enrollment to be made by officers designated by the Governor, of all persons liable...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 124
Enrollment shall be made upon such notice and in such manner as the Governor may direct. Every person required by such notice to enroll who fails or
California Military And Veterans Code Section 125
The following persons shall be exempt from military service: (a) Persons exempt from military service by the laws of the United States. (b)...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 126
The Governor shall appoint boards in number and personnel as will best accomplish the enrollment and such boards shall be vested with the authority...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 127
When the National Guard and Naval Militia are on duty as a combined force at any time, the commanding officer of the whole force shall be designated...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 128
The unorganized militia may be called for active duty in case of war, rebellion, insurrection, invasion, tumult, riot, breach of the peace, public...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 129
Every member of the militia who is ordered out, or who volunteers or is drafted under the provisions of this division and who does not appear at the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 130
(a) Members of the militia of the state shall not be discriminated against in enlistments, promotions, or commissions on any basis listed in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 140
The Governor of the State, by virtue of his office, is the Commander in Chief of the Militia of the State.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 141
The staff of the Governor consists of The Adjutant General and such aides as the Governor designates from the personnel of the National Guard and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 142
The Governor may order the active militia or any portion thereof to perform military duty of every description, including necessary administrative...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 143
Whenever the Governor is satisfied that rebellion, insurrection, tumult or riot exists in any part of the state or that the execution of civil or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 144
The Governor may at any time revoke a proclamation of insurrection or declare that it shall terminate at a time or in the manner that he or she...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 145
A person who, after publication of the proclamation authorized by Section 143, joins, participates or takes any part in a rebellion, insurrection,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 146
The Governor may call into active service any portion of the active militia as may be necessary, and if the number available be insufficient, the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 147
In case of insurrection, invasion, war, rebellion, tumult, riot, breach of the peace, public calamity or catastrophe, or imminent danger thereof, or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 148
The Governor may make rules and regulations in conformity with this code which shall conform as nearly as practicable to those governing the United...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 160
The Adjutant General is chief of staff to the Governor, subordinate only to the Governor and is the commander of all state military forces.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 160.5
Any statute of this state referring to the Commanding General of the State Military Forces is deemed to refer to the Adjutant General.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 161
The office of the Adjutant General consists of one officer of the rank of lieutenant general who is the Adjutant General, one officer of the rank of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 162
The Adjutant General shall be appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Senate, and shall hold office at the pleasure of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 163
The Adjutant General shall perform such duties as are prescribed in this code and such additional duties consistent with the regulations and customs...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 163.1
All records of any special proceedings of any board of inquiry convened by the commanding general of the state military forces to investigate the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 164
Subject to the approval of the Department of Finance, the Adjutant General shall appoint and fix the salaries of all clerical, expert, and technical...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 164.1
The Adjutant General shall be paid the same pay and allowances as is received by a lieutenant general in the Army of the United States and shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 166
In the event of the absence of The Adjutant General or of his inability to perform his duties, the officer designated by The Adjutant General or the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 167
(a) All commissioned and warrant officers and enlisted personnel on permanent active duty with the Office of the Adjutant General shall be appointed...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 168
The duties of the officers of the Office of the Adjutant General shall be such as are prescribed by law and regulations and shall conform as closely...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 169
The Adjutant General shall attest commissions issued to military officers.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 170
The seal now used in the Office of the Adjutant General is the seal of that office, and shall be delivered by the Adjutant General to his or her...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 171
The Adjutant General shall keep a register of all the officers of the militia of the State and shall keep in his office all records and papers...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 172
The Adjutant General shall make a report to the Governor every fourth year, commencing in 1963, the report to include a statement of the moneys...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 173
The Adjutant General shall, at the expense of the State, when necessary, cause the military law, general regulations of the State, Articles of War of
California Military And Veterans Code Section 174
The Adjutant General shall cause to be prepared and issued all necessary blank books, blanks, and notices required to carry into full effect the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 175
In order that the active militia of the State may receive the funds provided by Congress, the Adjutant General shall prepare and submit a plan of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 176
The Adjutant General may exhibit, at such times and places as he may see fit, the equipment, animals, and property of the National Guard or Naval...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 177
The Adjutant General shall attend to the care, preservation, transportation, safekeeping, and repair of all military property belonging to the State...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 178
All military property of the state which after a proper inspection is found unsuitable for the use of the state may, with the approval of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 179
(a) The Adjutant General shall establish a California State Military Museum and Resource Center as a repository for military artifacts, memorabilia,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 179.5
(a) The Legislature acknowledges that certain artifacts of the Grand Army of the Republic that were at one time stored or displayed in the State...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 180
The Adjutant General is responsible for all military property which may be issued to the State by the United States. He shall prepare returns of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 181
The Adjutant General shall superintend the preparation of all returns and reports required by the United States from the State on military matters.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 182
The Adjutant General shall keep a correct account of all expenses necessarily incurred, including pay of officers and enlisted men and women,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 183
The Adjutant General shall issue such military property as the Governor directs, and under his direction shall make purchases for that purpose. No...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 186
The Adjutant General may conduct a study to determine the feasibility of establishing a California National Guard memorial cemetery on state-owned...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 187
The Adjutant General may at any time purchase from the United States under the regulations of the Department of the Army and of the Department of the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 188
In the event of a call to active duty in case of insurrection, invasion, tumult, riot, breach of the peace, public calamity or catastrophe, or other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 189
The sum of three thousand dollars ($3,000) appropriated by Chapter 467, Statutes of 1913, for a cash revolving fund to facilitate the work of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 190
Federal funds shall be deemed to be available for federal-state joint construction of armories approved for such joint construction, when the federal
California Military And Veterans Code Section 210
The National Guard consists of: (a) General officers. (b) The several staff corps and departments prescribed in tables of organization of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 211
The Governor may alter, divide, annex, consolidate, disband, or reorganize any organization, department, or corps and create new organizations,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 212
The inactive National Guard shall consist of those organizations, officers, and enlisted men and women as are authorized and prescribed by the laws...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 213
Members of the California National Guard who have reverted from federal control to state control thereby become members of the State Military Reserve
California Military And Veterans Code Section 214
During the absence of organizations of the National Guard in the service of the United States, their State or Federal designations shall not be given
California Military And Veterans Code Section 215
For all purposes under this code, commissioned officers, warrant officers and enlisted men and women of the California National Guard, California Air
California Military And Veterans Code Section 216
Former members of the National Guard who have been honorably discharged for "expiration of term of service" or on account of "removal" and have...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 220
All officers shall be commissioned by the Governor. All appointments of officers shall be made and all vacancies shall be filled in the manner...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 221
All officers duly commissioned shall take the oath of office prescribed by the laws of the United States relating to the appointment and recognition...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 222
Persons to be commissioned in the National Guard shall be selected from those eligible for federal recognition in accordance with Army and Air...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 223
All officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men and women of the militia and all persons on duty with the militia shall give any bonds and security...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 224
Rank: How Determined. All officers of the National Guard shall take rank according to the date assigned them by their commissions, which date shall
California Military And Veterans Code Section 225
Warrant officers of the National Guard shall be appointed by the Governor. The classes of persons from which warrant officers may be appointed shall
California Military And Veterans Code Section 226
Every officer shall provide himself with the arms, uniforms, and equipment prescribed and approved by the Governor.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 227
When an officer of the National Guard is sixty-four years of age, he shall be retired from active service and placed on the retired list.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 228
(a) A commissioned or warrant officer of the California National Guard who has served 20 years in the active service of the state may, on...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 229
When a board of officers finds that an officer is incapacitated for active service, and that his or her incapacity is the result of an incident of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 230
The Governor may detail, with their own consent, officers or noncommissioned officers of the retired list to active duty and return them to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 231
The provisions of sections 232 to 237, inclusive, shall apply with equal force to commissioned officers of the National Guard and the unorganized...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 232
The commission of an officer shall be vacated by death, by acceptance by proper authority of resignation, by discharge on account of inefficiency,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 233
An officer who desires to resign shall submit his resignation to the Governor, whose action thereon shall be final. The Governor may refuse to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 234
At any time the moral character, capacity, and general fitness for service of an officer may be determined by an efficiency board. The board shall be
California Military And Veterans Code Section 235
At any time the physical fitness for service of an officer may be determined by a board of three medical officers, which shall be appointed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 236
An officer absent without leave for a period of three months shall, with the approval of the Governor, be discharged. Such discharge shall be a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 237
An officer may be dismissed from the service only by sentence of a general court-martial, which sentence is approved by the Governor.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 238
No officer who has been dismissed from the military or naval service of the State shall be permitted again to enter the military or naval service of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 239
The Governor may assign, reassign, or transfer commissioned officers and warrant officers from one organization to another or to the retired or the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 250
The qualifications for enlistment and re-enlistment in the National Guard and the term and the form of oath shall at all times conform to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 251
Every person who enlists or reenlists shall sign the enlistment papers and take the oath required by the laws and regulations of this State and of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 252
Appointments of noncommissioned and petty officers shall conform to the tables of organization and to the rules and regulations prescribed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 253
Privates, privates first class and noncommissioned officers shall be appointed within authorized allotments and pursuant to the rules and regulations
California Military And Veterans Code Section 254
Enlisted men and women may be transferred to or from organizations or units. Noncommissioned officers may be reduced one or more grades upon good...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 255
Every enlisted man and woman who enters the National Guard or who is a member of the unorganized militia when called into the service of the state,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 256
(a) An enlisted member of the California National Guard who has served 20 years in the active service of the state may, on application, in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 257
When an enlisted man or woman of the National Guard is sixty-four years of age, he or she shall be retired from active service or discharged.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 258
In time of war or other emergency or imminent danger thereof, the Governor may detail retired enlisted men and women to active duty and on conclusion
California Military And Veterans Code Section 259
Separation from service of an enlisted man or woman of the National Guard or the unorganized militia called into active service is effected by death...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 260
The following shall be causes for discharge of enlisted personnel: (a) Expiration of term of service. (b) Attainment of the age of 64 years.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 261
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), the discharge of enlisted personnel under the provisions of Section 260 shall be effected by order of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 262
An enlisted man or woman discharged from the National Guard or the unorganized militia when called or ordered into active service of the state shall...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 263
When an enlisted man or woman of the National Guard or the unorganized militia called into active service is absent without leave and there is reason
California Military And Veterans Code Section 264
With the express authority of the Governor, a deserter may be dropped from the rolls of his organization. Any soldier discovered to be a deserter...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 265
Lists of deserters shall be published by The Adjutant General in orders, from time to time as the Governor directs.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 266
An enlisted man or woman who has been dropped as a deserter shall not be restored to duty without prior disposition of the charge of desertion...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 267
A deserter shall not be restored to duty without trial except by the Governor or by an officer authorized to appoint a general court-martial. ...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 268
All time lost while absent without leave or in desertion, in excess of twenty-four hours, shall be made good unless the enlisted man or woman is...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 269
No enlisted man or woman who has been dishonorably discharged from the military or naval service of this state, or of another state, territory or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270
This article may be cited as the California National Guard Members' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1978.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.01
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that the California National Guard exists to provide a military organization in California with the capability
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.02
The provisions of this article are applicable, and the benefits conferred thereby are available, to the commissioned officers, warrant officers, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.03
As used in this article: (a) "Farm" means a tract of land, which, in the opinion of the department, is capable of producing sufficiently to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.04
The administration of the provisions of this article is vested in the Department of Veterans Affairs. The department shall adopt rules and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.05
(a) No benefits shall be awarded pursuant to this article nor application therefor accepted until on and after January 1, 1980. Persons becoming...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.06
The department shall prescribe and determine the qualifications of all members. Any member desiring to benefit hereunder, shall submit to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.07
All applications for the benefits contained in this article shall be filed with the department at least one year prior to the date of the applicant's
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.08
(a) If a member dies after filing his application for a farm or a home, and his application setting forth his eligibility and qualifications is...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.09
When a member has been authorized by the department to select a farm or home, he shall submit his selection in such form as the department...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.10
The department may acquire a farm or home from the owner thereof, or may contract with a member for the construction of a dwelling house and other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.101
(a) For purposes of the construction of a dwelling house or other improvements for a farm or home or the acquisition of a farm or home for an Indian...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.102
(a) Subject to the conditions and limitations specified in Section 270.103, the department may acquire an Indian member's leasehold interest in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.103
(a) The department may acquire an assignment of an Indian member's beneficial interest in trust land held by the United States for that member or a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.11
The department may purchase property, subject to a participation contract providing for a loan term of not less than 23 years. In no event shall the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.12
The department, after consummating a purchase under the provisions of this article and the member having occupied the property as required by Section
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.13
Notwithstanding other provisions of this article relating to the occupancy, leasing, letting, or subletting of a farm or home acquired pursuant to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.15
The purchase price of a home to the department shall not exceed fifty-five thousand dollars ($55,000) or, for members who qualify under subdivision...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.155
The maximum purchase price for a mobilehome which is to be sited in a mobilehome park as defined in Section 18214 of the Health and Safety Code,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.156
A mobilehome which is purchased under this article shall not be moved from its original site to any other location, without first obtaining prior...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.16
The department may acquire a farm in which the member to whom such farm is to be sold has theretofore acquired an interest.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.17
Before the purchase of any property by the department there shall be filed with the department (1) an appraisement of the market value of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.18
The department, before consummating a purchase under the provisions of this article, shall cause the title of the property sought to be purchased to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.19
The department shall then enter into a contract with the member for the sale of the property to the member. The department shall fix the selling...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.20
For the purposes of this article, any member who is under the age of 18 shall be deemed to be of the age of majority and to be an adult person for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.21
The purchaser shall make an initial payment of at least 5 percent of the selling price of the property. Purchasers of homes where the purchase price
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.22
The provisions of Section 270.21, relative to the rate of interest to be charged to member purchasers do not apply to assignees of such purchasers...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.23
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), the department in each individual case may specify the terms of the contract entered into with the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.24
The contract made between the department and purchaser shall provide that the purchaser maintain the farm or home as his place of residence and keep...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.25
If the purchaser fails or neglects to pay, satisfy, and discharge at maturity all taxes and assessments, and all other charges and encumbrances which
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.26
The department shall be the sole judge of: (a) The legality or validity of taxes, assessments, charges, or encumbrances, and the amount necessary...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.265
In the event of the purchaser's failure to comply with the terms of his military obligation, the department may adjust the interest rate of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.27
In the event of a failure of a purchaser to comply with any of the terms of his contract of purchase or of his military obligation, the department...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.28
(a) In the event of a forfeiture of a contract of purchase under this article, the department may sell or otherwise dispose of the property covered...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.29
The department may, in the contract of purchase with a member provide that, in the event of default by the member and forfeiture of the member's...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.30
The department may insure and keep insured against fire or other hazards all buildings, fences, other permanent improvements, or crops situated upon...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.31
If illness or acccident prevents a purchaser of a farm from cultivating his farm or harvesting any crop, the department may enter and cultivate the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.32
When a purchaser dies, indebted to the department under contract of purchase, his rights acquired under this article and such contract shall devolve...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.34
The right to declare a forfeiture for breach of a condition contained in any deed to real property may not be enforced as against the interest of the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.35
The department shall not acquire a home in which the member has an interest of record except in the following instances: (a) Where the application
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.36
(a) Any member for whom a farm or home is purchased under this article may be granted a subsequent opportunity to purchase another farm or home if...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.365
There is hereby created the California National Guard Finance Committee. The membership of the committee shall consist of the State Controller, the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.37
(a) The department shall establish the actual interest rate to be paid. To this end the department, by a majority vote of California National Guard...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.38
In the event the department enters into a master agreement with one or more insurance companies to provide life or disability insurance coverage for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.39
The action of a member purchaser for damages against any third party does not affect his right of action for all damages against any party other than
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.41
The department is authorized to issue to lenders or investors supplying funds for the program a participation contract.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 270.43
Notwithstanding other provisions of this article relating to maximum sums to be expended by the department and maximum purchase price, the department
California Military And Veterans Code Section 280
Except where this chapter is inconsistent therewith, Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 210) of Part 1 of Division 2 is hereby incorporated by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 281
As used in this division in connection with the Naval Militia: (a) "Division" and "company" shall have the same meaning and effect as "company"...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 282
The Naval Militia shall be located throughout the State at the discretion of the Governor.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 283
The organization of the Naval Militia shall conform generally to the provisions of the laws of the United States.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 284
The Naval Militia shall be organized into one or more naval brigades which shall consist of such administrative battalions prescribed by the Navy...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 285
The Naval Militia shall consist of such number of deck and engineer divisions, companies of marines, aeronautic and other organizations as the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 286
The several divisions, companies of marines, and other organizations of the Naval Militia may be organized into battalions at the discretion of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 287
The numerical strength, rank, titles, and insignia of rank of the divisions and companies of marines of the Naval Militia shall conform to the laws,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 288
In order to select a commanding officer for the Naval Militia, The Adjutant General shall nominate not to exceed three officers, not below the grade...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 289
The officers, chief warrant officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men or women of the Naval Militia shall be of any amount and grades prescribed...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 290
Chief warrant officers may be appointed by the Governor upon the recommendation of the commanding officer of the Naval Militia and shall receive from
California Military And Veterans Code Section 291
Warrant officers may be appointed by The Adjutant General upon the recommendation of the commanding officer of the Naval Militia. Warrants for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 292
Chief petty officers and petty officers may be appointed by the commanding officer of the Naval Militia, who shall issue to such chief petty officers
California Military And Veterans Code Section 293
When vacancies occur in the commissioned personnel, the commanding officer of the Naval Militia shall recommend not to exceed three candidates to The
California Military And Veterans Code Section 294
The system of discipline and exercise shall conform to that of the Navy of the United States, to the system of discipline and exercise prescribed by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 295
The Governor may alter, divide, annex, consolidate, and disband the Naval Militia or any portion thereof whenever in his judgment the efficiency of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 296
Every enlisted man or woman who enters the Naval Militia may be provided by the state with a service or dress uniform, or both, corresponding in make
California Military And Veterans Code Section 297
In a locality where there are insufficient persons available to form an engineer division and there already exists an organized deck division, men...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 298
The Governor may apply to the President of the United States for the detail of commissioned officers and petty officers of the Navy to act as...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 299
Vessels lent by the United States to this State for the use of the Naval Militia shall be commanded by the ranking officer for line duty resident at...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 300
Summary courts-martial and deck courts for the Naval Militia may be ordered by the commanding officer of the Naval Militia and general courts-martial
California Military And Veterans Code Section 301
Any member of the State Guard or Naval Militia, who at any time after December 7, 1941, has completed or shall hereafter and prior to the end of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 320
Officers and warrant officers on active duty in the service of the State shall receive the same pay and allowances as officers of similar grade in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 321
Enlisted men and women, while on active duty in the service of the state, shall receive the same pay and allowances as enlisted men and women of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 322
Officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men and women on active duty in the service of the state, except in situations described in Section 188,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 323
(a) A qualified member of the California National Guard Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team, as certified by the United States Department...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 324
Whenever an officer of the National Guard or Naval Militia is detailed for special duty in any matter relating to the National Guard or Naval...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 325
Whenever an officer or enlisted man or woman of the United States Army or United States Navy or United States Air Force, detailed by the Department...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 326
Commissioned officers, warrant officers and enlisted men and women and former commissioned officers, warrant officers and enlisted men and women of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 327
Officers, warrant officers, and enlisted men and women on active duty in the service of the state shall be eligible for health care benefits 30 days...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 328
(a) The purpose of this section is to help defray the uniform and travel costs paid by volunteers in the State Military Reserve and Naval Militia.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 330
The commanding officers of the several companies, troops, batteries, squadrons, headquarters or detachments shall submit vouchers or claims for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 333
No claim shall be allowed under this article except upon vendors' invoices or demand made quarterly in duplicate, signed and sworn to by the officer...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 340
(a) Subject to Section 340.1, whenever any officer, warrant officer, or enlisted member of the California National Guard, the organized militia, or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 340.1
(a) Any officer, warrant officer, or enlisted member of the California National Guard, the organized militia, or the unorganized militia, when called
California Military And Veterans Code Section 340.2
Any officer, warrant officer, or enlisted member of the California National Guard, the organized militia, or the unorganized militia, when called...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 341
In the determination of the benefits to be awarded any member of the militia or his dependents under the provisions of Section 340, it shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 342
The appeals board is empowered to hear and determine all issues concerning any obligation of the State of California to provide to any officer,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 345
This article shall be known and may be cited as the State Militia Disability Equality Act.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 346
(a) When any officer, warrant officer, or enlisted member of the California National Guard or the organized militia who is not in active service in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 360
The system of discipline and exercise of the National Guard, unorganized militia when called into the service of the State, and the Naval Militia...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 361
All matters relating to the organization, discipline, and government of the National Guard, the unorganized militia when called into the service of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 362
All commanding officers shall be responsible to their immediate commanders for the equipment, drill, instruction, movements, and efficiency of their...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 363
Every officer and enlisted man or woman shall be responsible to the officer under whose immediate command he or she serves for prompt and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 364
Any officer or enlisted man or woman of the National Guard or Naval Militia who willfully fails to attend any parade or encampment, or who neglects...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 365
When an armed force is called out for the purpose of suppressing an unlawful or riotous assembly, or arresting the offenders, or in any emergency or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 366
Whenever any portion of the National Guard, or of the unorganized militia when called into the service of the State, or Naval Militia is called into...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 367
No officer who is called out to sustain the civil authorities shall, under any pretense, or in compliance with any order, fire blank cartridges upon...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 368
Each company, troop, squadron, battery, detachment, and unit shall assemble for drill and instruction, including indoor target practice, not less...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 369
No parade or drill of the active militia shall be ordered in time of peace for any day during which any general election is held, nor shall any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 370
Orders for duty may be oral, written, or by publication.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 371
Warning for duty may be given by any officer or noncommissioned officer or any other person authorized so to do.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 372
Officers and enlisted men and women may be warned for duty by stating the substance of the order, by reading the order to the person warned, by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 373
The person giving the warning for duty shall make a return thereof containing the names of the persons warned and the time, place, and the manner of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 374
Every commanding officer shall report to The Adjutant General the name of every delinquent together with a full report of any extenuating...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 375
Officers and enlisted men and women of the active militia not in the service of the United States shall be subject to and governed by this code while
California Military And Veterans Code Section 389
(a) As used in this chapter, "temporary military leave of absence" means a leave of absence from public employment to engage in ordered military duty
California Military And Veterans Code Section 390
No person belonging to or on duty with the active militia of the state, or engaged in the performance of military duty on call of the Governor or in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 391
Every member of the active militia shall be exempt from road tax and head tax of every description, from jury duty (including service on coroners'...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 392
Members of the militia in the active service of the State shall not be liable civilly or criminally for any act or acts done by them in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 393
(a) In an action or proceeding of any nature commenced in any court against an active member of the militia or a member of the militia in active...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 394
(a) No person shall discriminate against any officer, warrant officer or enlisted member of the military or naval forces of the state or of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 394.5
Any employee of any corporation, company, or firm, or other person, who is a member of the reserve corps of the armed forces of the United States or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395
(a) Any public employee who is a member of the reserve corps of the Armed Forces of the United States or of the National Guard or the Naval Militia...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.01
(a) Any public employee who is on temporary military leave of absence for military duty ordered for purposes of active military training, inactive...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.02
Every officer and employee of a public agency who is on military leave other than temporary military leave of absence who has been in the service of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.03
No more than the pay for a period of 30 calendar days shall be allowed under the provisions of Section 395.01 or 395.02 for any one military leave of
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.04
During the time that as an officer or enlisted man or woman of the California National Guard, who is on full-time active duty in the military service
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.05
(a) Any public employee who is a member of the National Guard, shall be entitled to absent himself from his duties or service, without regard to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.06
(a) Every officer and enlisted member of the California National Guard who, in order to undertake active military duty in the service of the state...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.07
(a) In addition to the benefits provided pursuant to Sections 395.01 and 395.02, any officer or employee of the legislative, executive, or judicial...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.08
(a) In addition to the benefits provided pursuant to Sections 395.01 and 395.02, any officer or employee of the legislative, executive, or judicial...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.1
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, any officer or employee of the state not subject to Chapter 11 (commencing with...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.2
Any employee of a board of school trustees or board of education in a position not requiring certification qualifications who enters the active...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.3
In the event that any public officer or employee has resigned or resigns his or her office or employment to serve or to continue to serve in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.4
Whenever the United States is engaged in war or whenever the Governor finds and proclaims that an emergency exists in preparing for the National...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.5
(a) The Military Department shall comply with the provisions of Section 4301 of Title 38 of the United States Code, the Uniformed Services Employment
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.6
(a) The Governor may appoint a mediator in his or her office to take complaints, regarding possible violations or other issues dealing with the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.8
Any officer, elective or otherwise, who leaves or shall have left the service of any city in order to enter upon active service with the armed forces
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.9
Any public employee and any employee of a corporation, company, firm, or other person who is a member of the State Military Reserve is entitled to a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 395.10
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a qualified employer shall allow a qualified employee to take up to 10 days of unpaid leave during a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 396
The commanding officer of any portion of the militia parading or performing any military duty in any street or highway may require persons in such...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 397
When an emergency has been declared to exist by the Governor and during the continuance thereof, any person belonging to the military or naval forces
California Military And Veterans Code Section 398
Any person who trespasses upon any campground, armory, airport, or other place devoted to military duty, or who in any way or manner interrupts or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 399
(a) (1) The Secretary of the California Department of Veterans Affairs, or his or her designees, shall assist any eligible member or veteran who...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 399.5
(a) (1) The Secretary of the California Department of Veterans Affairs, or his or her designees, shall assist any eligible member or veteran who...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 400
For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions apply: (a) "Service member" means both of the following: (1) Officers and enlisted...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 401
(a) Application by a service member for, or receipt by a service member of, a stay, postponement, or suspension pursuant to this chapter in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 402
(a) In any action or proceeding commenced in any court, if there shall be a default of any appearance by the defendant, the plaintiff, before...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 403
(a) At any stage in any action or proceeding in which a service member is involved, either as plaintiff or defendant, during the period of military...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 404
(a) The period of military service shall not be included in computing any period now or hereafter to be limited by any law, regulation, or order for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 405
No obligation or liability bearing interest at a rate in excess of 6 percent per year incurred by a service member before that person's entry into...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 406
(a) No eviction or distress shall be made during the period of military service specified in Section 400, during which a service member is called to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 407
(a) No person who has received, or whose assignor has received, under a contract for the purchase of real or personal property, a deposit or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 408
(a) This section shall apply only to obligations secured by mortgage, trust deed, or other security in the nature of a mortgage upon real or personal
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409
(a) This section shall apply to any lease covering premises occupied for dwelling, professional, business, agricultural, or similar purposes in any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.1
(a) Where any life insurance policy on the life of a service member in military service has been assigned prior to that person's period of military...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.2
(a) This section shall apply when any taxes or assessments, whether general or special, other than taxes on income, whether falling due prior to or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.3
(a) A service member may, at any time during his or her period of military service or within six months thereafter, apply to a court for relief in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.4
(a) A person who by reason of military service is entitled to the rights and benefits of this chapter shall also be entitled upon release from that...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.5
Dependents of a service member shall be entitled to the benefits accorded to service members under Sections 406 to 409.4, inclusive, upon application
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.6
The collection from any service member of any tax on the income of the person, whether falling due prior to or during his or her period of military...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.7
Where in any proceeding to enforce a civil right in any court, it is made to appear to the satisfaction of the court that any interest, property, or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.8
(a) In any proceeding under this chapter, a certificate signed by an appropriately authorized officer of the military department, branch, or unit in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.9
Any interlocutory order made by any court under the provisions of this chapter may, upon the court's own motion or otherwise, be revoked, modified,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.10
The provisions of this chapter are severable. If any provision of this chapter or its application is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.11
It is the intent of the Legislature that qualification for the benefits and protections conferred upon service members, as defined by Section 400, by
California Military And Veterans Code Section 409.13
(a) To the extent permitted by federal law and the California Constitution, any principal and interest on any financial obligation or liability...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 410
The National Guard, Naval Militia, and unorganized militia when called into active service shall be provided by the State with the supplies and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 411
The board of supervisors of any county or the legislative body of any city may appropriate money from the general fund of such county or city for the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 412
Any officer who is accountable for any Federal, State, or company funds or property who fails or neglects to deliver over such funds or property to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 412.5
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Adjutant General may do all of the following: (1) Establish rules and regulations in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 413
All moneys including company funds, of which the commanding officer or other officer or employee is the custodian, shall be deposited in a national...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 414
Every officer and enlisted man or woman to whom public property has been issued shall be personally responsible to the state for that property. No...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 415
If the commanding officer of the organization charged does not concur in the finding of the surveying officer, then the value of lost or destroyed...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 416
Where the amount determined by a board, as provided in Section 415, as the value of lost, damaged, or destroyed property is charged to a person, it...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 417
The transportation of arms, equipment, and military stores issued to troops or received by the State and all other military transportation shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 418
All property purchased out of the moneys allowed by the State for the use and convenience of the militia is the property of the State and shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 419
No member of the militia shall wear or use, except when on military duty, or by special permission of his commanding officer, any uniform or other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 420
No officer in charge of public property for military use shall transfer any portion thereof, either as a loan or permanently, without the authority...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 421
Any person who secretes, sells, disposes of, offers for sale, purchases, retains after demand made by a commissioned officer of the National Guard or
California Military And Veterans Code Section 422
Any person other than an officer, warrant officer, or enlisted man or woman of the California National Guard, or of the unorganized militia when...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 423
Whenever the National Guard or Naval Militia, or any part thereof, is in active service or is called into active service, no civic organization or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 424
Any person, who at any time wears the uniform of, or a uniform similar to that of, a foreign military or semimilitary organization without being a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 430
As used in this article, "armory" means and includes any building or portion thereof, rifle range, camp site, airport, arsenal, vessel, quarters,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 431
(a) The Adjutant General may, either directly or through armory boards, or through subordinate commanders, lease or otherwise authorize the use of,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 432
For the control and management of the armories, the Adjutant General may cause to be established from the personnel of the organized militia armory...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 433
The Adjutant General may lease on behalf of the State armories necessary for the use of the militia.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 433.5
All state armories may be used for emergency purposes on such terms and conditions as shall be mutually agreeable to the Military Department and the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 434
(a) The Adjutant General, under the direction of the Governor, shall make and enforce regulations for the government and control of armories. Where...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 435
(a) The Director of General Services, with the approval of the Adjutant General, may lease for not more than 99 years or sell for fair market value...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 436
The Adjutant General may receive by donation or dedication any property which may be used for armory purposes.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 437
The Adjutant General, in the name of the people of the State of California, with the approval of the Department of General Services, may acquire any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 438
(a) The Adjutant General may appoint a Community Advisory Committee to advise the Adjutant General on matters involving the role and function of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 439
Any city, city and county or county may acquire, provide, and maintain buildings, halls, meeting places, and supply stations for the use of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 439.1
(a) The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the Military Department is unable to perform its security, emergency response, and social and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 440
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of Housing and Community Development, the County of Los Angeles, the City of Inglewood,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 441
The joint powers agreement entered into pursuant to this article may be modified, as necessary, to include other public agencies contiguous to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 442
For the purposes of this article, the power to provide a short-term solution to the problem of housing for military personnel stationed at Los...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 443
The Department of Housing and Community Development shall not bear the costs to implement or administer any housing program established pursuant to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 443.5
No moneys received by or administered by the state under the federal HOME program which is part of the Cranston-Gonzalez National Affordable Housing...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 444
A jurisdiction that is a party to the joint powers agreement authorized by this article shall comply with Article 10.6 (commencing with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 450
The military courts of this State are: (a) general courts-martial; (b) special courts-martial; (c) summary courts-martial; and (d) courts of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 450.1
(a) Under regulations as the Governor may prescribe, and under any additional regulations as may be prescribed by the Adjutant General, limitations...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 451
The constitution and jurisdiction of general courts-martial, special courts-martial, summary courts-martial, and courts of inquiry, the form and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 452
General courts-martial may be convened by the President of the United States or the Governor or the Adjutant General. The convening authority shall...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 453
Special courts-martial may be appointed by the commanding officer of a district, garrison, fort, post, camp, station, or other place where troops are
California Military And Veterans Code Section 454
Summary courts-martial may be appointed by the commanding officer of a garrison, fort, post, camp, or other place where troops are on duty, regiment,
California Military And Veterans Code Section 455
Courts of inquiry shall consist of at least three members and may be ordered by the Governor to examine into the nature of any transaction of or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 456
General courts-martial have power: (a) To try commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted members of the active militia. (b) To...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 457
Special courts-martial have power: (a) To try commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted members of the active militia. (b) To...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 458
Summary courts-martial have power: (a) To try enlisted members of the active militia unless they object thereto. (b) To adjudge any punishment...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 459
The trial counsel of a general or special court-martial in the National Guard shall prosecute in the name of the State. If military authorities...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 460
Each miliary court shall have the power of a superior court of this State to compel by subpena, subpena duces tecum, and attachment, the attendance...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 461
Commissions and subpenas may be issued by the president or the trial counsel of the court, both before and after being sworn, for witnesses whose...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 462
A witness not appearing in obedience to a subpena when served personally with a copy thereof, and not having sufficient excuse, or a witness refusing
California Military And Veterans Code Section 463
Military courts may issue all process and mandates, including writs and warrants, necessary and proper to carry into full effect the powers vested in
California Military And Veterans Code Section 464
The keepers or warden of any jail shall receive the bodies of persons committed by the process or mandate of a military court and confine them in the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 465
Presidents of courts-martial, one-officer special courts-martial, and summary court officers shall have power to issue warrants to arrest an accused...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 466
No sentence of a court-martial shall be carried into execution until the proceedings have been reviewed and the sentence approved by the officer...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 467
For the purpose of collecting fines or penalties imposed by a court-martial, the president of any general or special court-martial and the summary...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 468
Any person who is guilty of disorderly, contemptuous, or insolent behavior in a military court, or who uses insulting, contemptuous, or indecorous...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 469
A person who has been separated from the military service shall be subject to the jurisdiction of a lawfully appointed court-martial for trial and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 470
When the military offense charged is also an offense by the civil law of this State, the officer whose duty it is to order trial may order the person
California Military And Veterans Code Section 471
Whenever any person in the military service of the State is charged with the commission while on duty of an offense which is a felony under the laws...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 472
No officer by whom a military court is ordered or member of any such military court, or officer or person acting under its authority or reviewing the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 473
Courts for the Naval Militia are provided for by section 300.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 474
The Adjutant General, under procedures established by him or her and approved by the Governor, and acting through a board of officers appointed by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 480
This chapter may be cited as the California National Guard Members' Revenue Bond Act of 1978.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 480.1
This chapter shall be liberally construed to carry out the objects and purposes and the declared public policy of the State of California as set...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 480.2
The following terms, wherever used or referred to in this chapter, shall have the following meanings, respectively, unless a different meaning...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 481
Revenue bonds may be issued by the department at such times and in such amounts as do not exceed seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000) for home...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 481.1
Whenever the department determines that revenue bonds should be issued, it shall adopt a resolution of issuance, which shall be executed for the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 481.2
Revenue bonds shall be issued in the name of the department and as the obligation of the department, but neither the principal of, nor the interest...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 481.3
All revenue bonds shall bear the facsimile signature of the Adjutant General and the Deputy Adjutant General and shall be authenticated by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 481.4
The validity of the authorization and issuance of any revenue bonds shall not be dependent on or affected by the validity or regularity of any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 481.5
Reference on the face of any revenue bonds to a resolution of issuance by its date of adoption, or the apparent date on the face thereof, shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482
A resolution of issuance may provide for the issuance of revenue bonds in one or more series and for the aggregate principal amount of any series...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482.1
A resolution of issuance may provide for the dates to be borne by revenue bonds and by each series issued thereunder and for the dates of maturity...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482.2
A resolution of issuance may provide for the payment of interest on revenue bonds annually or semiannually or in part annually and in part...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482.3
A resolution of issuance may provide for the call and redemption of revenue bonds issued thereunder, upon such terms, conditions and notice, and upon
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482.4
A resolution of issuance may provide for the forms, denominations, registration, transfer, and interchange of revenue bonds issued thereunder. ...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482.5
A resolution of issuance may provide for the replacement of lost, destroyed, or mutilated revenue bonds or coupons.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482.6
A resolution of issuance may provide for the issuance of temporary or interim revenue bonds, certificates, or receipts pending the preparation and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482.7
A resolution of issuance may provide for the payment of the principal and interest of revenue bonds at any place within or without the State of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482.8
A resolution of issuance shall provide the means by which payments of principal and interest of revenue bonds shall be secured.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 482.9
A resolution of issuance may include a provision requiring the department to pay or cause to be paid punctually the principal of all revenue bonds...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 483
A resolution of issuance may include a provision requiring the department to preserve and protect the security of the revenue bonds and the rights of
California Military And Veterans Code Section 483.1
A resolution of issuance may include provisions requiring, specifying, or limiting the kind, amount, and character of insurance to be maintained by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 483.3
A resolution of issuance may include provisions requiring the department to hold or cause to be held in trust the revenues, or any part of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 483.4
A resolution of issuance may include provisions establishing the amount and terms of purchase contracts to be held in trust in relation to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 483.5
A resolution of issuance may include a provision authorizing, or limiting the power of, the department to issue additional revenue bonds and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 483.6
A resolution of issuance may include a clause providing the events of default and the terms and conditions upon which any or all of the revenue bonds
California Military And Veterans Code Section 483.7
A resolution of issuance may include provisions establishing the rights, powers and duties arising upon breach by the department of any of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 483.8
A resolution of issuance may include provisions prescribing a procedure by which the terms and conditions of the resolution may be subsequently...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 483.9
A resolution of issuance may provide that the revenue bonds issued thereunder and the interest thereon shall be secured by all or part of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 484
A resolution of issuance may include a covenant that the department will duly pay and discharge, or cause to be paid and discharged, any taxes,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 484.1
A resolution of issuance may include provisions requiring the preparation, filing, and publication of financial statements with respect to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 484.2
A resolution of issuance may include a convenant that the department will at all times use its best efforts to maintain the powers, functions,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 484.3
A resolution of issuance may include provisions requiring, permitting, restricting, or governing the deposit and investment of funds established for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 484.4
A resolution of issuance may include a covenant that the department will make or adopt and execute, or cause to be made, adopted, and executed, any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 484.5
A resolution of issuance may include any and all covenants and agreements on the part of the department, and for such other acts or matters which the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 484.6
The State Treasurer shall act as trustee for the department and the holders of the revenue bonds, to receive and disburse all the revenues applicable
California Military And Veterans Code Section 485
There is in the State Treasury, a revolving fund known as the California National Guard Members' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1978. Proceeds of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 485.1
There is hereby created in the California National Guard Members' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1978, a special account known as the National Guard...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 485.3
The revenues shall be pledged first to the payment of the principal of and interest on the revenue bonds and to all funds created for the further...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 485.35
The Supplementary Bond Security Account is hereby created in the California National Guard Members' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1978. Any moneys...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 485.4
The department shall at all times so long as any of the revenue bonds are outstanding establish, fix, and collect payments on all purchase contracts...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 485.6
All interest and other payments or charges of any kind or character due under any and all such contracts shall be payable in such coin or currency of
California Military And Veterans Code Section 485.7
All revenues to be received by the department from purchase contracts shall be directly, concurrently, and exclusively pledged to the payment of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 485.8
The revenue bond principal and interest payments and any premium payable upon revenue bonds called for redemption, and all payments required for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 485.9
Whenever the National Guard Members' Finance Committee finds that the interest rate then fixed and charged by the department on any purchase contract
California Military And Veterans Code Section 486
The State Controller is hereby authorized to make all necessary orders to provide for the establishment of special funds or accounts authorized by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 486.1
Revenue bonds authorized under any resolution of issuance approved by the National Guard Members' Finance Committee shall be sold by the State...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 486.2
In the event the State Treasurer shall proceed with the sale of revenue bonds, all costs and expenses of publication of notice of sale shall be a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 487
The department, subject to the approval of the National Guard Members' Finance Committee, may provide for the issuance, sale, or exchange of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 487.1
Refunding bonds may be issued in a principal amount sufficient to provide funds for the payment of all revenue bonds to be refunded thereby and in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 487.2
Refunding revenue bonds shall not constitute a debt or obligation of the State of California but shall be revenue bonds of the department of the same
California Military And Veterans Code Section 487.3
The department may from time to time or at any time sell or exchange refunding bonds for the purpose of retiring, paying, or refunding either all or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 488
The department, subject to the approval of the National Guard Members' Finance Committee, may borrow money in anticipation of the sale of revenue...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 488.1
The interest on bond anticipation notes shall be payable from the same funds from which the interest on revenue bonds is payable. The principal of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 489
Any revenue bondholder may by mandamus or other appropriate proceedings compel the performance of any of the duties imposed upon any state official...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 489.1
The department may, in any resolution of issuance, define the events of default, including among other things, default in the payment of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 489.3
Whenever a bank or trust company is acting as trustee by reason of any default, or for the protection of the interests of the revenue bondholders,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 489.4
No remedy conferred upon or reserved to the holders of revenue bonds is intended to be exclusive of any other remedy or remedies now or hereafter...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 489.5
While any of the revenue bonds remain outstanding the powers, duties, or existence of the department and of every other official or agency of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490
All revenue bonds and the income therefrom are at all times exempt from taxation in the State of California, except for transfer, inheritance, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490.1
All revenue bonds shall be legal investments for all trust funds, for the funds of all insurance companies, banks (both commercial and savings),...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490.2
Any money or funds which may by law be invested in bonds of the State of California may be invested in revenue bonds authorized under Section 481.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490.3
Whenever any bonds of the State of California may by law be used as security for the performance of any act or the deposit of any public money,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490.4
All revenue bonds, subject to the provisions for registration contained therein, are negotiable instruments.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490.5
The department may include in the proceedings authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds any provisions not inconsistent with this chapter which...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490.6
The department may provide in the proceedings authorizing issuance of revenue bonds for the establishment of one or more reserve funds or accounts...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490.7
The National Guard Members' Finance Committee may authorize the sale by the State Treasurer of any of the revenue bonds authorized under this chapter
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490.8
Warrants for the payments to be made on account of the revenue bonds either as to principal, interest, premium, or otherwise shall be duly drawn by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 490.9
Notwithstanding anything contained in this chapter, the proceeds received from the sale of revenue bonds and any revenues received by the department...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 491
If any article, section, subdivision, sentence, clause, or phrase of this chapter is for any reason held to be unconstitutional or invalid or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 491.1
All money in any of the funds or accounts created or authorized to be created in any resolution of issuance under the provisions of this chapter is...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 491.2
For the purposes of meeting the necessary expenses of initial organization and operation until such date as the department derives revenues or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 491.3
The department may impose such limitations, restrictions, and conditions upon or in connection with the benefits conferred pursuant to the California
California Military And Veterans Code Section 500
The students of any college, community college or high school in this state, having 100 or more such students, 14 years of age or over, may be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 500.1
Except as hereinafter provided, each college, community college, high school and each senior high school in this state having 100 or more students of
California Military And Veterans Code Section 501
Cadet companies shall at all times be under the guidance and control of the principal, president, director or chief administrative officer of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 502
Upon recommendation of the governing board having jurisdiction over the community college or school, the Adjutant General may appoint officers in the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 502.1
The Adjutant General shall determine by the adoption of rules and regulations the grade and rank to be held by officers appointed in the California...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 502.2
The executive officer commissioned as a colonel in the National Guard, the assistant executive officer commissioned as a lieutenant colonel in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 502.5
The Adjutant General may order officers in the California Cadet Corps to duty at encampments, exercises, or other activities conducted by the corps.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 503
Cadet companies shall be organized and each shall have such commissioned cadet officers and noncommissioned cadet officers as shall be prescribed...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 504
The Adjutant General shall provide by the adoption of rules and regulations for the formation of cadet battalions and shall adopt tables of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 505
The Adjutant General may in his discretion organize companies of the California Cadet Corps into battalions and regiments and each such battalion and
California Military And Veterans Code Section 506
All cadet officers and noncommissioned officers shall be promoted according to rules and regulations adopted by the Adjutant General upon the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 507
Any cadet commissioned officer or cadet noncommissioned officer may have his commission or warrant canceled and be reduced to the ranks, or dismissed
California Military And Veterans Code Section 508
The California Cadet Corps shall train in accordance with the appropriate manuals prescribed by the United States Army and as may be prescribed by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 509
The Adjutant General shall provide and may prepare suitable training regulations, books and courses of instruction, and the necessary forms for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 510
Members of the California Cadet Corps shall wear such uniforms as the Adjutant General prescribes. The Adjutant General may issue to the California...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 511
A sufficient number of rifles suitable for drill purposes may be purchased by the board of high school trustees, board of education, board of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 511.5
The Adjutant General, under such rules and regulations as he may adopt, may purchase and furnish the members of the California Cadet Corps uniforms...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 512
Target practice shall constitute a part of the instruction to be given to cadets. Members of the California Cadet Corps may engage in rifle matches...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 513
The Adjutant General may detail from the organizations of the National Guard, State Military Reserve, or Naval Militia, competent members thereof who
California Military And Veterans Code Section 514
Whenever practicable members of the California Cadet Corps shall, under the supervision of the commandant of cadets, be permitted to shoot at target...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 515
Units of the California Cadet Corps shall be inspected at least once each year by the executive officer, the assistant executive officer, the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 516
The president, director or chief administrative officer of a college or community college and the principal of the high school shall be responsible...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 516.1
An encampment or encampments may be held by the California Cadet Corps to be of such duration and attended by such proportion of the strength of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 517
Each board of high school trustees, president, director and chief administrative officer of a college or community college, board of trustees of a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 518
The provisions of this chapter shall apply to all community colleges in this state, and the principals and governing boards of community colleges...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 519
Where a community college is located in close proximity to any high school having a high school cadet company or companies, the governing boards of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 520
In all cases in which any executive officer, assistant executive officer, regional or other supervisor of cadet instruction, and officers appointed...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 520.1
The principal and governing board of any private educational institution or military academy in which there is not maintained an R.O.T.C. unit of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 530
In any military academy, having not less than 80 male students, uniformed, drilled, and instructed in strict accordance with the tactics of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 531
The Adjutant General may enter into a cooperative agreement with the City of Oakland and a school district for the purposes of establishing an...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 550
Whenever any part of the National Guard of this State is in active federal service, or when Congress so consents thereto, the Governor is hereby...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 551
The Governor is hereby authorized to prescribe rules and regulations not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter governing the enlistment,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 552
Officers and warrant officers of the forces herein authorized on active duty in the service of the state shall receive the same pay and allowances as
California Military And Veterans Code Section 553
Enlisted persons of the forces herein authorized on active duty in the service of the State shall receive the same pay and allowances, except family...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 554
(a) For the use of the State Military Reserve, the Governor may submit requisitions to the United States Secretary of Defense for any arms and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 555
Such forces shall not be required to serve outside the boundaries of this State except: (a) Upon the request of the Governor of another state,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 556
Any military forces or organization, unit or detachment thereof, of another state who are in fresh pursuit of insurrectionists, saboteurs, enemies or
California Military And Veterans Code Section 557
No person shall, by reason of his or her enlistment or commission in any such forces, be exempted from military service under any law of the United...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 558
No civil organization, society, club, post, order, fraternity, association, brotherhood, body, union, league, or other combination of persons or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 559
No person shall be commissioned or enlisted in such forces who is not a citizen of the United States or who has not declared his or her intention to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 560
(a) The Uniform Code of Military Justice (Chapter 47 (commencing with Section 801) of Title 10 of the United States Code) and the rules and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 562
In all cases in which any officer, warrant officer or enlisted man or woman of the State Military Reserve, when organized or authorized as a cadre or
California Military And Veterans Code Section 563
All members of said forces are hereby declared to be engaged in military service within the meaning of that term as used in Article XXIV of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 564
All of the rights, privileges and benefits provided in Sections 394 and 395 of this code are hereby extended to members of said forces while in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 565
This chapter may be cited as the State Military Reserve Act.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 566
Sections 9, 16, 141, 176, 188, 230, 361, 366, 389, 395.1, 395.01, 395.2, 395.02, 395.3, 395.03, 395.4, 395.5, 395.05, 395.06, 395.8, 411, 421, 423,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 567
This chapter shall take effect on the day following the day on which the National Guard or any part thereof is in federal service or on the day...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 611
(a) "Flag," as used in this division, means the State Flag of California and the Flag of the United States, as defined in this section. (b) "State
California Military And Veterans Code Section 612
(a) The colors and standards carried by organizations of the National Guard or Naval Militia shall be those which are carried by similar...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 613
No military organization provided for by the Constitution and laws of this State and receiving State support shall, while under arms, either for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 614
A person is guilty of a misdemeanor who knowingly casts contempt upon any Flag of the United States or of this state by publicly mutilating,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 615
No provision of this code or of any law of this State which makes unlawful the use of the flag of the United States or of this State or of any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 616
Any person who displays a red flag, banner, or badge or any flag, badge, banner, or device of any color or form whatever in any public place or in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 617
No other flag or pennant shall be placed above, or if on the same level, to the right of the Flag of the United States of America, except during...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 640
The following decorations are authorized for members of the National Guard, State Military Reserve, and Naval Militia: (a) Medal of Valor. (b)...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 641
A Medal of Valor may be presented to each person who, while an officer or enlisted member of the National Guard or Naval Militia, distinguishes...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 642
A Military Cross may be presented to each person who, while an officer or enlisted member of the National Guard or Naval Militia, distinguishes...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 642.1
The Order of California may be presented to an officer or enlisted member of the National Guard or Naval Militia who has distinguished himself or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 642.5
A Memorial Medal may be presented posthumously to any person who, while an officer, warrant officer, or enlisted member of the National Guard, the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 643
A Medal of Merit may be presented to each person who, while an officer, warrant officer, or enlisted member of the National Guard or Naval Militia,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 643.1
A Commendation Medal may be presented to each person who, while an officer, warrant officer, or enlisted member of the National Guard, State Military
California Military And Veterans Code Section 643.2
A good conduct medal may be presented to each person who, while an enlisted member of the California National Guard, State Military Reserve, or Naval
California Military And Veterans Code Section 643.3
A State Service Ribbon may be presented by the Adjutant General to each person who after July 1, 1963, honorably serves on active duty with the State
California Military And Veterans Code Section 644
A service medal or bar shall be issued for 10 years' service in the California National Guard or the California Air National Guard or the Naval...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 644.1
A Federal Service Ribbon may be presented by the Adjutant General to each person inducted into the federal service as a member of a California...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 645
The Medal of Valor shall be presented by the Governor. The Military Cross, the Medal of Merit, the Service Medal, and other authorized medals and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 646
No more thn one Medal of Valor, or one Military Cross, or one Medal of Merit shall be issued to any one person; but for each succeeding deed or act...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 647
The Adjutant General may hold and conduct competitions and competitive military exercises, may procure and issue appropriate ribbons, badges, or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 648
(a) Except as provided by subdivision (b), decorations authorized by this code and decorations, medals, badges, ribbons, and insignia authorized by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 648.1
(a) Any person who, orally, in writing, or by wearing any military decoration, falsely represents himself or herself to have been awarded any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 649
(a) The Adjutant General may adopt, from time to time, any rules, regulations, and orders not inconsistent with this code which he or she deems...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 690
As used in this division, "department" means the Department of Veterans Affairs.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 694
The department constitutes a public corporation and may on behalf of the State hold property, request and receive donations, contract, sue and be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 695
The department may cooperate and contract with the duly authorized representative of the United States Government in carrying out the provisions of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 699
All State and county officials shall furnish all required information to the department, upon request, and shall further assist the department in any
California Military And Veterans Code Section 699.1
(a) The processing of claims for veterans and their dependents and survivors shall include the filing of the initial claim, the representation of the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 699.5
(a) The department may assist every veteran of the United States and the dependent or survivor of every veteran of the United States in presenting...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 700
The department may make rules and regulations to carry out the provisions of this division.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 701
In the event that the provisions of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944 are amended in such manner as to make the guarantees by the United...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 702
All salaries and expenses of the Division of Farm and Home Purchases shall be paid out of the Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 and no part thereof
California Military And Veterans Code Section 720
Every state and local public agency shall render the service or provide the benefits or assistance it provides to the public to every veteran on the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 721
If any public agency which has rendered a service, provided benefits, or furnished assistance to a veteran determines that the costs of rendering the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 800
(a) Subject to subdivision (b), in addition to any other benefits provided by law and to the extent permitted by federal law, any member of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 801
For purposes of this chapter, "mortgage" means an obligation secured by a mortgage or deed of trust, and is limited to an obligation secured by a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 802
(a) Notwithstanding subdivisions (e) and (f) of Section 800, any mortgage payments delayed pursuant to Section 800 are due and payable upon the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 803
For purposes of this chapter, "reservist" means a member of the United States Military Reserve or National Guard of this state called to active duty...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 804
During the period specified in Section 800, the reservist may defer the payment of principal and interest on the specified obligations. No penalties...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 805
Subject to subdivisions (e) and (f) of Section 800, a stay, postponement, or suspension under this chapter of the payment of any tax, fine, penalty,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 806
(a) Any entity, which was providing any type of health care coverage, including, but not limited to, health care service plans, specialized health...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 807
(a) The holder of a loan or retail installment sales contract with respect to which the debtor has purchased prepaid credit disability insurance...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 808
(a) During the period specified in Section 800, the reservist may defer payments for leased vehicles without breach of the lease or the foreclosure...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 809
This chapter shall not apply to any active duty voluntarily served after the close of the Iraq or Afghanistan conflicts or to any reservist on active
California Military And Veterans Code Section 810
In those instances where a financial obligation covered by this chapter is sold, any requirement to defer payments as specified in this chapter...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 811
This chapter applies only to an obligation specified in this chapter that was incurred prior to the date that a member of the United States Military...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 820
This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the "California Military Families Financial Relief Act of 2005."
California Military And Veterans Code Section 821
For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions apply: (a) "Service member" means both of the following: (1) Members of the militia...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 822
No county recorder in this state may impose a fee for the recordation of a power of attorney to act as the agent for a service member for the period...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 823
(a) Any service member who is in military service, or any spouse or legal dependent of that service member, may terminate, without penalty, a mobile...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 823.5
(a) No person or entity licensed under the Business and Professions Code, Corporations Code, Financial Code, or Insurance Code shall market financial
California Military And Veterans Code Section 824
(a) If requested by a student granted an academic leave of absence for military service, not later than one year after the student's release from...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 825
The State Bar of California shall waive the membership fees of any member who is a service member if all of the following requirements are met: ...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 826
On or after the effective date of the act adding this chapter, any service member who terminates a motor vehicle lease pursuant to the federal...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 827
(a) A qualified customer may apply for and shall receive shutoff protection from a service provider for a period of 180 days. The service provider...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 828
The Military Department shall, to the extent reasonable and feasible, inform all members of the militia of the benefits and protections provided by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 850
(a) The state shall pay a ten thousand dollar ($10,000) death benefit to the surviving spouse of, or a beneficiary designated by, any member of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 851
This chapter shall become operative upon the operative date of an appropriation by the Legislature for the purpose of funding the payments of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 852
There is hereby appropriated the sum of one hundred thirty thousand dollars ($130,000) from the General Fund to the Military Department for the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 890
As used in this article: (a) "Veterans" means (1) any person who served in the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps of the United States and was killed in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 890.3
(a) (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, on or after January 1, 2001, a claimant is not ineligible for a disabled veterans' benefit for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 891
(a) A dependent of a veteran applying for aid under this article shall be over 14 years of age or shall have entered the ninth grade, and shall be a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 892
A dependent of a veteran who desires to continue his education may apply to the department. If in the opinion of the department the educational...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 893
The department, insofar as funds permit, may provide: (a) For the payment of tuition and other fees. (b) For the monthly payment of an...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 894
For students of collegiate, community college, business and trade school rank, the amount expended by the department as an allowance for living...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 895
For tuition and fees: (a) The amount expended on account of any one applicant of undergraduate, collegiate, community college, business, or trade...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 896
The department shall consider applications in the order in which they are received. If the funds available are insufficient to meet the obligations...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 896.1
No dependent of a veteran, as defined in paragraph (1), (2) or (3) of subdivision (a) of Section 890, shall be eligible to receive the benefits of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 896.3
Upon application to the department by a dependent of a veteran as defined in paragraph (4) of subdivision (a) of Section 890, the department shall...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 896.4
Any person who is reimbursed by the department for tuition and fees or on whose account the department has paid tuition and fees, shall not at the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 898
The sum of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) is hereby annually appropriated from the receipts heretofore or hereafter collected under the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 899
The department may, for the purposes of this article, draw upon its appropriation for educational assistance to veterans under Section 981 to 981.8...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 920
As used in this article, unless the context otherwise indicates, "veteran" means a person who has been honorably discharged from the United States...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 921
The board of supervisors of any county may grant financial assistance, relief, and support to indigent veterans. Such assistance, relief, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 922
Any organization desiring to assist indigent veterans shall first file with the board of supervisors of the county in which it is operating or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 923
Upon the filing of the statement the board of supervisors shall set a day for its consideration not more than ten days after the date of filing. At...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 924
On the day set, the board of supervisors shall, after hearing any evidence presented, determine by resolution entered upon its minutes whether the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 925
(a) No money shall be transferred to any person under this article except to the treasurer or financial officer whose name is given in the statement...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 926
Upon receipt of a request from any organization qualified under this article, giving the names of all indigent veterans for whom relief is desired,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 927
All money paid out by any county under this article shall be used by the organization receiving it exclusively for the relief of indigent veterans...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 928
The indigent and dependent widow, minor child, father, or mother of any indigent veteran may be granted relief by the organization out of the money...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 929
The necessary expenses, not to exceed three hundred fifty dollars ($350), for burial or cremation of any indigent veteran may be paid out of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 930
The money necessary to carry out this article may be taken from the general fund of the county.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 931
Any municipal corporation may extend assistance to any organization under this article. In such case all proceedings required to be had before the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 940
As used in this article, unless the context otherwise indicates, "veteran" means a person honorably discharged from the armed forces of the United...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 940.5
As used in this article, the terms "burial" and "interment" include cremation, except that the election of the form of interment as between burial...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 941
This article shall not apply to soldiers, sailors, or marines who die in the national or State soldiers' homes in this State.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 942
The board of supervisors of each county shall designate an honorably discharged soldier, sailor or marine in the county who has served in or with the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 943
Such burial shall not be made in any cemetery or burial ground, or any portion thereof, used exclusively for the burial of the pauper dead.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 944
In the event a deceased veteran or a widow of a veteran has been interred other than by the person designated by the board of supervisors, the person
California Military And Veterans Code Section 945
The expenses to the county of each burial or contribution shall not exceed the sum of three hundred fifty dollars ($350). Claims therefor are...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 946
Such claims shall be paid by the county in which the veteran or widow dies. If the decedent was a resident of any other county than the one paying...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 947
The person appointed under section 942, before he assumes the charge and expenses of any burial, shall first satisfy himself by a careful inquiry...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 948
The clerk of the board of supervisors, upon receiving the report and statement of expenses, shall transcribe in a book kept for that purpose all the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 949
The board of supervisors shall perpetually maintain the grave of any such honorably discharged soldier, sailor, or marine. The expenses thus...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 950
The person appointed under section 942 shall receive no compensation for any duties he may perform in compliance with this article.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 960
Whenever in any cemetery or place of burial of human remains, which is established or organized under the authority of the board of supervisors of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 960.5
Whenever in any cemetery or place of burial of human remains there is any known grave of a former soldier, sailor, or marine of the United States who
California Military And Veterans Code Section 961
Any fraternal or benevolent organization which maintains a plot in a place of burial mentioned in section 960, which is devoted exclusively to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 962
The officers who are charged by law with raising money by taxation for maintaining any such cemetery or place of burial shall fix the tax levy at an...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 970
(a) The board of supervisors of each county may, but is not required to, appoint, prescribe the qualifications of, and fix the compensation of an...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 971
(a) The county veteran service officer shall assist every veteran of any war of the United States and the dependents of every deceased veteran in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 972
(a) The board of supervisors may provide the county veterans service office with any assistance and facilities that it determines to be necessary.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 972.1
(a) The sum of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) is hereby appropriated from the General Fund to the Department of Veterans Affairs for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 972.1
(a) The sum of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000) is hereby appropriated from the General Fund to the Department of Veterans Affairs for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 972.2
(a) There is in the State Treasury the Veterans Service Office Fund. (b) Commencing January 1, 1995, the Veterans Service Office Fund shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 972.5
(a) The Department of Veterans Affairs may enter into an agreement with the State Department of Health Services and the State Department of Social...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 973
The county veteran service officer shall have power to administer and certify oaths and affirmations, take and certify affidavits and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 974
(a) The Department of Veterans Affairs shall annually prepare a report of the activities of county veteran service officers, and may require each...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 974.5
(a) The purpose of this section is to provide a mechanism to facilitate the delivery of complete, efficient, information and other services to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 975
The board of supervisors of any county may create and appoint members to a veterans' affairs commission either as an independent agency or in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 975.5
(a) The Department of Veterans Affairs shall provide for one paid veterans assistant position within the office of the county veteran service...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 980
(a) As used in this chapter, "veteran" means any of the following: (1) Any citizen of the United States who served in the active military, naval,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 980.5
In the event of any conflict between any provision of this chapter and the federal Mortgage Subsidy Bond Tax Act of 1980 (P.L. 96-499; 94 Stat. ...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981
There is in the state government an educational institution known as the California Veterans' Educational Institute, which is under the management...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981.1
Any veteran who desires to continue his education may apply for admission to the institute and if, in the opinion of the department, the educational...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981.15
"Suitable institutions of learning," as used in this article, includes postgraduate schools of colleges, universities, or other institutions of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981.2
The department, insofar as the funds permit, may provide an allowance of one hundred dollars ($100) for each month the student is in satisfactory and
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981.3
The amount expended on account of any one veteran under the provisions of this article shall not exceed one thousand two hundred dollars ($1,200). ...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981.4
The department shall consider the application of veterans for admission to the institute in the order in which they are received. If the funds...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981.5
The department may co-operate and confer with authorized agencies of the United States in carrying out the provisions of this article.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981.6
No veteran who is receiving federal educational benefits shall be eligible to receive the educational benefits provided by this article during such...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981.7
Nothing in this article shall be construed as repealing the provisions of Chapter 579, Statutes of 1921, appropriating money for educational...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 981.8
(a) The Office of the Adjutant General is requested to annually make both of the following available to each member of the California National Guard,
California Military And Veterans Code Section 985
As used in this article: (a) "Farm" means a tract of land, which, in the opinion of the department, is capable of producing sufficiently to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 985.1
This article may be cited as the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1943.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 985.2
The object of this article is to provide veterans with the opportunity to acquire farms and homes.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 985.3
The administration of the provisions of this article is vested in the Department of Veterans Affairs.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 985.4
The department shall adopt rules and regulations in keeping with the purpose of this article to establish preferences in the granting of the benefits
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986
The department shall prescribe and determine the qualifications of all veterans. Any person deeming himself a veteran and desiring to benefit...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.01
On and after January 1, 1974, all applications for the benefits contained in this article shall be filed with the department within 25 years from the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.1
(a) If a veteran dies after filing an application for a farm or a home, and the application setting forth the veteran's eligibility and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.2
When a veteran has been authorized by the department to select a farm or home, he shall submit his selection in such form as the department...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.3
The department may acquire a farm or home from the owner thereof or may contract with a veteran for the construction of a dwelling house and other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.31
The department may purchase property, subject to a participation contract providing for a loan term of not less than 23 years. In no event shall the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.35
The department, after consummating a purchase under the provisions of this article and the veteran having occupied the property as required by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.36
Notwithstanding other provisions of this article relating to the occupancy, leasing, letting, or subletting of a farm or home acquired pursuant to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.4
The department shall not acquire a home under the provisions of this article where the market value of the improvements exceeds the sum of forty-five
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.5
The purchase price of a home to the department shall not exceed the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000), except that the purchase price of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.6
The department may acquire a farm in which the veteran to whom such farm is to be sold has theretofore acquired an interest.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.7
Before the purchase of any property by the department there shall be filed with the department (1) an appraisement of the market value of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.8
The department, before consummating a purchase under the provisions of this article, shall cause the title of the property sought to be purchased to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.9
The department shall then enter into a contract with the veteran for the sale of the property to the veteran. The department shall fix the selling...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 986.10
For the purposes of this article any veteran who is under the age of 21 shall be deemed to be of the age of majority and to be an adult person for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987
The purchaser shall make an initial payment of at least 10 percent of the selling price of the property, in case of a farm, and 5 percent in the case
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.01
The provisions of Section 987, relative to the rate of interest to be charged to veteran purchasers do not apply to assignees of such purchasers who...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.02
(a) Notwithstanding Section 987.01, upon the dissolution of marriage or legal separation of a veteran contract purchaser and the veteran's spouse, an
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.1
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), the department in each individual case may specify the terms of the contract entered into with the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.2
The contract made between the department and the purchaser shall provide that the purchaser maintain the farm or home as the purchaser's place of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.3
If the purchaser fails or neglects to pay, satisfy, and discharge at maturity all taxes and assessments, and all other charges and encumbrances which
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.4
The department shall be the sole judge of: (a) The legality or validity of taxes, assessments, charges, or encumbrances, and the amount necessary...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.5
In the event of a failure of a purchaser to comply with any of the terms of his contract of purchase, the department may cancel such contract, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.6
In the event of a forfeiture of a contract of purchase under the provisions of this article, the department may sell or otherwise dispose of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.7
The department may, in the contract of purchase with a veteran, provide that, in the event of default by the veteran and forfeiture of his or her...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.8
The department may insure and keep insured against fire or other hazards all buildings, fences, other permanent improvements, or crops situated upon...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.9
If illness or accident prevents a purchaser of a farm from cultivating his farm or harvesting any crop, the department may enter and cultivate the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.10
When a purchaser dies, indebted to the department under contract of purchase, his rights acquired under this article and such contract shall devolve...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.12
For the purposes of carrying out the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1943 the Director of Finance may by executive order authorize the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.14
The right to declare a forfeiture for breach of a condition contained in any deed to real property may not be enforced as against the interest of the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.15
The department shall not acquire a home in which the veteran has an interest of record except in the following instances: (a) Where the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.16
(a) Any veteran for whom a farm or home is purchased under this article may be granted a subsequent opportunity to purchase another farm or home when
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.17
The department shall establish the actual interest rate to be paid. To this end the department, by a two-thirds vote of California Veterans Board...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.17a
(a) The department shall establish the actual interest rate to be paid. To this end the department, by a two-thirds vote of California Veterans...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.25
(a) In the event the department enters into a master agreement with one or more insurance companies to provide life insurance coverage for the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.30
The action of a veteran purchaser for damages against any third party does not affect his right of action for all damages against any party other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.31
This article shall be applicable to all farm and home purchase loans made or entered into prior to the effective date of the legislation adding this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.50
This article may be cited as the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.51
The object of this article is to provide veterans with the opportunity to acquire farms and homes.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.52
The provisions of this article are applicable, and the benefits conferred thereby are available, to: (a) Any veteran as defined in Section 980;
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.53
As used in this article: (a) "Farm" means a tract of land, which, in the opinion of the department, is capable of producing sufficient income to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.54
The administration of the provisions of this article is vested solely in the Department of Veterans Affairs.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.55
The department shall adopt rules and regulations in keeping with the purpose of this article to establish preferences in the granting of benefits...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.56
(a) The department shall prescribe and determine the qualifications of all veterans. Any person deeming himself or herself a veteran and desiring to
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.566
Whenever applications exceed the amount of funds available in any one or more of the available funding categories, the department may establish a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.57
(a) The department shall require that all applicants under this article qualify under applicable federal laws and regulations governing the permitted
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.58
(a) If a veteran dies after filing an application for purchase of a farm or a home, and the veteran's eligibility and qualifications are subsequently
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.59
(a) When a veteran has been authorized by the department to select a farm or home, he or she shall submit that selection for approval, as the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.60
(a) The department may acquire the farm or home from its owner or may contract with a veteran for the construction of a dwelling house and other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.601
(a) For purposes of the construction of a dwelling house or other improvements for a farm or home or the acquisition of a farm or home for an Indian...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.602
(a) Subject to the conditions and limitations specified in Section 987.603, the department may acquire an Indian veteran's leasehold interest in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.603
The department may acquire an assignment of an Indian veteran's beneficial interest in trust land held by the United States for that veteran or a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.61
The department may purchase property, subject to a participation contract providing for a loan term of not less than 23 years. The purchase price...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.62
The department, after consummating a purchase under the provisions of this article and the veteran having occupied the property as required by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.63
Notwithstanding other provisions of this article relating to the occupancy, leasing, letting, or subletting of a farm or home acquired pursuant to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.64
In the event of any conflict or difference between any provision of this article and the federal Mortgage Subsidy Bond Tax Act of 1980 (P.L. 96-499;
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.65
(a) The purchase price of a home to the department, or the sum to be expended by the department pursuant to a contract for the construction of a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.655
For a mobilehome which is to be sited in a mobilehome park as defined in Section 18214 of the Health and Safety Code, the department shall charge a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.656
A mobilehome which is purchased under this act shall not be moved from its original site to any other location, without first obtaining prior...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.67
(a) Before the purchase of any property by the department there shall be filed with the department (1) an appraisement of the market value of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.68
The department, before consummating a purchase under the provisions of this article, shall cause the title of the property sought to be purchased to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.69
The department shall then enter into a contract with the veteran for the sale of the property to the veteran. The department shall fix the selling...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.71
(a) The purchaser shall make an initial payment of at least 2 percent of the selling price of the property. The department may waive the initial...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.72
The provisions of Section 987.71, relative to the rate of interest to be charged to veteran purchasers do not apply to assignees of such purchasers...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.721
(a) Notwithstanding Section 987.72, upon the dissolution of marriage or legal separation of a veteran contract purchaser and the veteran's spouse, an
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.73
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), the department in each individual case may specify the terms of the contract entered into with the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.74
(a) All properties purchased by the department shall be covered by insurance. Insurance purchased by the department shall be guaranteed replacement...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.75
If the purchaser fails or neglects to pay, satisfy, and discharge at maturity all taxes and assessments, and all other charges and encumbrances which
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.76
Notwithstanding Section 6157 of the Government Code, the department shall be the sole judge of all of the following: (a) The legality or validity...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.77
In the event of a failure of a purchaser to comply with any of the terms of his contract of purchase, the department may cancel such contract, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.775
Whenever the department proceeds under Section 987.77 to declare a forfeiture and to retain all payments made under the forfeited contract as rental...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.78
(a) In the event of a forfeiture of a contract of purchase under this article, the department may sell or otherwise dispose of the property covered...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.785
Whenever the department cancels a contract and takes possession of a property pursuant to Section 987.77 and elects to sell the property covered by a
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.79
The department may, in the contract of purchase with a veteran, provide that, in the event of default by the veteran and forfeiture of his or her...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.80
(a) The department may insure and keep insured against fire or other hazards all buildings, fences, other permanent improvements, or crops situated...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.81
If illness or accident prevents a purchaser of a farm from cultivating his farm or harvesting any crop, the department may enter and cultivate the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.82
When a purchaser dies, indebted to the department under contract of purchase, his rights acquired under this article and such contract shall devolve...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.83
For the purposes of carrying out the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974 the Director of Finance may by executive order authorize the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.84
The right to declare a forfeiture for breach of a condition contained in any deed to real property may not be enforced as against the interest of the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.85
The department shall not acquire a home in which the veteran has an interest of record except in the following instances: (a) Where the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.86
(a) Any veteran for whom a farm or home is purchased under this article may be granted a subsequent opportunity to purchase another farm or home when
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.87
(a) The department shall establish the actual interest rate to be paid. To this end, the department, within 60 days of receipt of the survey of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.875
Notwithstanding Section 987.87 or any other provision of law, the department shall report to the California Veterans Board and the Veterans' Finance...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.88
(a) In the event the department enters into a master agreement with one or more insurance companies to provide life or disability insurance coverage...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.881
The insurance company or companies may provide life and disability insurance pursuant to Section 987.88 by one or more separate accounts.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.89
The action of a veteran purchaser for damages against any third party does not affect his right of action for all damages against any party other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.90
For the purposes of carrying out the provisions of the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974, there is hereby appropriated, and the department
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.91
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 987.90, the Department of Veterans Affairs is authorized to issue to lenders or investors supplying funds for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 987.92
Notwithstanding other provisions of this article relating to maximum sums to be expended by the department and maximum purchase price, the department
California Military And Veterans Code Section 988
There is in the State Treasury a revolving fund known as the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943. All moneys deposited in such fund shall...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 988.1
The money paid by purchasers shall be deposited in the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 and be available for the purpose of carrying out
California Military And Veterans Code Section 988.2
(a) For purposes of this section, "purchaser" has the same definition as provided in Section 987.53. (b) Out of any money available in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 988.3
The Department of Finance may make advances of money to the department, needed to meet contingent expenses, of not more than fifty thousand dollars...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 988.4
(a) For purposes of this section, "purchaser" includes any veteran whose only loan with the department is for the purpose of a home improvement on...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 988.5
All loans granted under this article shall be funded in accordance with federal laws governing the use of tax-exempt bonds.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 989.4
The department shall maintain an Indemnity Fund, which is hereby created in the State Treasury, for the purpose of indemnifying eligible purchasers,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 989.5
All purchasers shall participate in the Indemnity Fund. Purchasers shall pay a reasonable charge, prescribed by the department, in addition to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 989.6
The department shall, consistent with the purposes of this article, prescribe and publish rules and regulations for the administration of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 989.7
The department may purchase insurance against any risk, or portion of any risk, otherwise payable out of appropriated moneys in the fund. The...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 989.8
Eligible purchasers shall be indemnified pursuant to this article solely from moneys in the Indemnity Fund, and the state shall not be liable beyond...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 989.9
Nothing in this article shall impose any liability upon a purchaser electing to participate in the Indemnity Fund for any obligation imposed under...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 991
There is hereby established a Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 composed of the Governor, Controller, Treasurer, Director of Finance, and Director...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.13
This article may be cited as the Veterans Affairs Construction Act of 1953.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.14
With the approval of the Department of Finance and the California Veterans Board, the Public Works Board, pursuant to the provisions of the Property...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.17
The Department of Veterans Affairs shall have a prior claim on any office space constructed pursuant to this article at the time of initial occupancy
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.18
The Department of Veterans Affairs shall contract with the Department of General Services for the maintenance and repair of all public works...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.19
The buildings or improvements provided under the provisions of this article may contain space in excess of the requirements of the Department of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.21
When money from the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 or the Veterans Affairs Construction Fund is used for investment purposes in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.971
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1968.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.972
The State General Obligation Bond Law, except as otherwise provided herein, is adopted for the purpose of the issuance, sale, and repayment of, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.973
As used in this article and for the purposes of this article as used in the State General Obligation Bond Law, Chapter 4 (commencing with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.974
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the provisions of the Veterans Farm and Home Purchase
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.975
All bonds herein authorized, which shall have been duly sold and delivered as herein provided, shall constitute valid and legally binding general...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.976
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund in the State Treasury for the purpose of this article, such an amount as will equal the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.977
For the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this article the Director of Finance may by executive order authorize the withdrawal from the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.978
Upon request of the Department of Veterans Affairs, supported by a statement of the plans and projects of said department with respect thereto, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.979
So long as any bonds authorized under this article may be outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall cause to be made at the close of each...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.980
The committee may authorize the State Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds herein authorized at such time or times as may be fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.981
Whenever bonds are sold, out of the first money realized from their sale, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense Revolving
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.985
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1971.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.986
The State General Obligation Bond Law, except as otherwise provided herein, is adopted for the purpose of the issuance, sale, and repayment of, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.987
As used in this article and for the purposes of this article as used in the State General Obligation Bond Law, Chapter 4 (commencing with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.988
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the provisions of the Veterans Farm and Home Purchase
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.989
All bonds herein authorized, which shall have been duly sold and delivered as herein provided, shall constitute valid and legally binding general...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.990
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund in the State Treasury for the purpose of this article, such an amount as will equal the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.991
For the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this article the Director of Finance may by executive order authorize the withdrawal from the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.992
Upon request of the Department of Veterans Affairs, supported by a statement of the plans and projects of said department with respect thereto, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.993
So long as any bonds authorized under this article may be outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall cause to be made at the close of each...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.994
The committee may authorize the State Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds herein authorized at such time or times as may be fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 996.995
Whenever bonds are sold, out of the first money realized from their sale, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense Revolving
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.001
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1974.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.002
The State General Obligation Bond Law, except as otherwise provided herein, is adopted for the purpose of the issuance, sale, and repayment of, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.003
As used in this article and for the purposes of this article as used in the State General Obligation Bond Law, Chapter 4 (commencing with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.004
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the provisions of the Veterans Farm and Home Purchase
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.005
All bonds herein authorized, which shall have been duly sold and delivered as herein provided, shall constitute valid and legally binding general...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.006
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund in the State Treasury for the purpose of this article, such an amount as will equal the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.007
For the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this article the Director of Finance may by executive order authorize the withdrawal from the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.008
Upon request of the Department of Veterans Affairs, supported by a statement of the plans and projects of said department with respect thereto, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.009
So long as any bonds authorized under this article may be outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall cause to be made at the close of each...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.010
The committee may authorize the State Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds herein authorized at such time or times as may be fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 997.011
Whenever bonds are sold, out of the first money realized from their sale, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense Revolving
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.001
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1976.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.002
The State General Obligation Bond Law, except as otherwise provided herein, is adopted for the purpose of the issuance, sale, and repayment of, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.003
As used in this article and for the purposes of this article as used in the State General Obligation Bond Law, Chapter 4 (commencing with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.004
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the provisions of the Veterans' Farm and Home...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.005
All bonds herein authorized, which shall have been duly sold and delivered as herein provided, shall constitute valid and legally binding general...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.006
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund in the State Treasury for the purpose of this article, such an amount as will equal the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.007
For the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this article the Director of Finance may by executive order authorize the withdrawal from the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.008
Upon request of the Department of Veterans Affairs, supported by a statement of the plans and projects of said department with respect thereto, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.009
So long as any bonds authorized under this article may be outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall cause to be made at the close of each...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.010
The committee may authorize the State Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds herein authorized at such time or times as may be fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.011
Whenever bonds are sold, out of the first money realized from their sale, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense Revolving
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.021
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1978.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.022
The State General Obligation Bond Law, except as otherwise provided herein, is adopted for the purpose of the issuance, sale, and repayment of, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.023
As used in this article and for the purposes of this article as used in the State General Obligation Bond Law, Chapter 4 (commencing with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.024
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the provisions of the Veterans' Farm and Home...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.025
All bonds herein authorized, which shall have been duly sold and delivered as herein provided, shall constitute valid and legally binding general...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.026
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund in the State Treasury for the purpose of this article, such an amount as will equal the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.027
For the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.028
Upon request of the Department of Veterans Affairs, supported by a statement of the plans and projects of such department with respect thereto, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.029
So long as any bonds authorized under this article may be outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall cause to be made at the close of each...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.030
The committee may authorize the State Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds herein authorized at such time or times as may be fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.031
Whenever bonds are sold, out of the first money realized from their sale, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense Revolving
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.041
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1980.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.042
The State General Obligation Bond Law, except as otherwise provided herein, is adopted for the purpose of the issuance, sale, and repayment of, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.043
As used in this article and for the purposes of this article as used in the State General Obligation Bond Law, Chapter 4 (commencing with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.044
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the provisions of the Veterans' Farm and Home...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.045
All bonds herein authorized, which shall have been duly sold and delivered as herein provided, shall constitute valid and legally binding general...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.046
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund in the State Treasury for the purpose of this article, such an amount as will equal the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.047
For the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.048
Upon request of the Department of Veterans Affairs, supported by a statement of the plans and projects of such department with respect thereto, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.049
So long as any bonds authorized under this article may be outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall cause to be made at the close of each...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.050
The committee may authorize the State Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds herein authorized at such time or times as may be fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.051
Whenever bonds are sold, out of the first money realized from their sale, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense Revolving
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.052
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1982.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.053
The State General Obligation Bond Law, except as otherwise provided herein, is adopted for the purpose of the issuance, sale, and repayment of, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.054
As used in this article and for the purposes of this article as used in the State General Obligation Bond Law, Chapter 4 (commencing with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.055
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the provisions of the Veterans' Farm and Home...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.056
All bonds herein authorized, which shall have been duly sold and delivered as herein provided, shall constitute valid and legally binding general...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.057
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund in the State Treasury for the purpose of this article such an amount as will equal the following:
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.058
For the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.059
Upon request of the Department of Veterans Affairs, supported by a statement of the plans and projects of such department with respect thereto, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.060
So long as any bonds authorized under this article may be outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall cause to be made at the close of each...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.061
The committee may authorize the State Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds herein authorized at such time or times as may be fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.062
Whenever bonds are sold, out of the first money realized from their sale, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense Revolving
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.063
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1984.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.064
The State General Obligation Bond Law (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 16720) of Part 3 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Government Code), except...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.065
As used herein, the following words shall have the following meanings: (a) "Bond" means veterans bond, a state general obligation bond issued...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.066
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.067
All bonds authorized by this article, when duly sold and delivered as provided herein, constitute valid and legally binding general obligations of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.068
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund, for purposes of this article, a sum of money that will equal both of the following: (a) That...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.069
For purposes of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the General Fund of a sum of money not...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.070
Upon request of the board, supported by a statement of its plans and projects approved by the Governor, the committee shall determine whether to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.071
So long as any bonds authorized under this article are outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall, at the close of each fiscal year, require
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.072
The committee may authorize the Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds authorized by this article at the time or times fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.073
Out of the first money realized from the sale of bonds as provided herein, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.074
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1986.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.075
The State General Obligation Bond Law (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 16720) of Part 3 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Government Code), except...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.076
As used herein, the following words shall have the following meanings: (a) "Bond" means veterans bond, a state general obligation bond issued...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.077
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.078
All bonds authorized by this article, when duly sold and delivered as provided herein, constitute valid and legally binding general obligations of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.079
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund, for purposes of this article, a sum of money that will equal both of the following: (a) That...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.080
For purposes of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the General Fund of a sum of money not...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.081
Upon request of the board, supported by a statement of its plans and projects approved by the Governor, the committee shall determine whether to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.082
So long as any bonds authorized under this article are outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall, at the close of each fiscal year, require
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.083
The committee may authorize the Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds authorized by this article at the time or times fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.084
Out of the first money realized from the sale of bonds as provided herein, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.085
This article may be cited as the Veterans Bond Act of 1988.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.086
The State General Obligation Bond Law (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 16720) of Part 3 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Government Code), except...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.087
As used herein, the following words shall have the following meanings: (a) "Bond" means veterans bond, a state general obligation bond issued...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.088
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.089
All bonds authorized by this article, when duly sold and delivered as provided herein, constitute valid and legally binding general obligations of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.090
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund, for purposes of this article, a sum of money that will equal both of the following: (a) That...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.091
For purposes of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the General Fund of a sum of money not...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.092
The board may request the Pooled Money Investment Board to make a loan from the Pooled Money Investment Account, in accordance with Section 16312 of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.093
Upon request of the board, supported by a statement of its plans and projects approved by the Governor, the committee shall determine whether to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.094
So long as any bonds authorized under this article are outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall, at the close of each fiscal year, require
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.095
The committee may authorize the Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds authorized by this article at the time or times fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.096
Out of the first money realized from the sale of bonds as provided herein, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.097
Any bonds issued and sold pursuant to this chapter may be refunded by the issuance of refunding bonds in accordance with Article 6 (commencing with...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.098
This article may be cited as the Veterans' Bond Act of 1990.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.099
(a) The State General Obligation Bond Law (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 16720) of Part 3 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Government Code),...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.100
As used herein, the following words have the following meanings: (a) "Bond" means veterans' bond, a state general obligation bond, issued pursuant
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.101
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.102
(a) All bonds authorized by this article, when duly sold and delivered as provided herein, constitute valid and legally binding general obligations...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.103
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund, for purposes of this article, a sum of money that will equal both of the following: (a) That...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.104
For purposes of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the General Fund of a sum of money not...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.105
The board may request the Pooled Money Investment Board to make a loan from the Pooled Money Investment Account, in accordance with Section 16312 of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.106
Upon request of the board, supported by a statement of its plans and projects approved by the Governor, the committee shall determine whether to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.107
So long as any bonds authorized under this article are outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall, at the close of each fiscal year,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.108
The committee may authorize the Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds authorized by this article at the time or times fixed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.109
Out of the first money realized from the sale of bonds as provided herein, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.110
Any bonds issued and sold pursuant to this article may be refunded in accordance with Article 6 (commencing with Section 16780) of Chapter 4 of Part...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.111
Notwithstanding any provision of the bond act, if the Treasurer sells bonds under this article for which bond counsel has issued an opinion to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.112
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that, inasmuch as the proceeds from the sale of bonds authorized by this article are not "proceeds of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.200
This article may be cited as the Veterans' Bond Act of 1996.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.201
(a) The State General Obligation Bond Law (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 16720) of Part 3 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Government Code),...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.202
As used herein, the following words have the following meanings: (a) "Board" means the Department of Veterans Affairs. (b) "Bond" means...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.203
For the purpose of establishing a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.204
(a) All bonds authorized by this article, when duly sold and delivered as provided herein, constitute valid and legally binding general obligations...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.205
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund, for purposes of this article, a sum of money that will equal both of the following: (a) That...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.206
For purposes of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the General Fund of a sum of money not...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.207
The board may request the Pooled Money Investment Board to make a loan from the Pooled Money Investment Account, in accordance with Section 16312 of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.208
Upon request of the board, supported by a statement of its plans and projects approved by the Governor, the committee shall determine whether to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.209
So long as any bonds authorized under this article are outstanding, the Director of Veterans Affairs shall, at the close of each fiscal year, require
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.210
The committee may authorize the Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds authorized by this article at the time or times established by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.211
Out of the first money realized from the sale of bonds as provided herein, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.212
Any bonds issued and sold pursuant to this article may be refunded in accordance with Article 6 (commencing with Section 16780) of Chapter 4 of Part...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.213
Notwithstanding any provision of the bond act, if the Treasurer sells bonds under this article for which bond counsel has issued an opinion to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.214
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that, inasmuch as the proceeds from the sale of bonds authorized by this article are not "proceeds of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.215
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any bonds issued and sold under the Veterans Bond Act of 1974, the Veterans Bond Act of 1976, the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.300
This article may be cited as the Veterans' Bond Act of 2000.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.301
(a) The State General Obligation Bond Law (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 16720) of Part 3 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Government Code),...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.302
As used herein, the following words have the following meanings: (a) "Board" means the Department of Veterans Affairs. (b) "Bond" means...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.303
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.304
(a) All bonds authorized by this article, when duly sold and delivered as provided herein, constitute valid and legally binding general obligations...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.305
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund, for purposes of this article, a sum of money that will equal both of the following: (a) That...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.306
For the purposes of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the General Fund of a sum of money...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.307
The board may request the Pooled Money Investment Board to make a loan from the Pooled Money Investment Account, in accordance with Section 16312 of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.308
Upon request of the board, supported by a statement of its plans and projects approved by the Governor, the committee shall determine whether to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.309
As long as any bonds authorized under this article are outstanding, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs shall, at the close of each fiscal year,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.310
The committee may authorize the Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds authorized by this article at the time or times established by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.311
Out of the first money realized from the sale of bonds as provided herein, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.312
Any bonds issued and sold pursuant to this article may be refunded in accordance with Article 6 (commencing with Section 16780) of Chapter 4 of Part...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.313
Notwithstanding any provision of the bond act, if the Treasurer sells bonds under this article for which bond counsel has issued an opinion to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.314
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that, inasmuch as the proceeds from the sale of bonds authorized by this article are not "proceeds of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.315
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any bonds issued and sold under the Veterans Bond Act of 1982, and the Veterans Bond Act of 1984 may be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.400
This article may be cited as the Veterans' Bond Act of 2008.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.401
(a) The State General Obligation Bond Law (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 16720) of Part 3 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Government Code),...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.402
As used herein, the following words have the following meanings: (a) "Board" means the Department of Veterans Affairs. (b) "Bond" means...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.403
For the purpose of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans in accordance with the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1974...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.404
(a) All bonds authorized by this article, when duly sold and delivered as provided herein, constitute valid and legally binding general obligations...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.405
There is hereby appropriated from the General Fund, for purposes of this article, a sum of money that will equal both of the following: (a) That...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.406
For the purposes of this article, the Director of Finance may, by executive order, authorize the withdrawal from the General Fund of a sum of money...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.407
The board may request the Pooled Money Investment Board to make a loan from the Pooled Money Investment Account, in accordance with Section 16312 of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.408
Upon request of the board, supported by a statement of its plans and projects approved by the Governor, the committee shall determine whether to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.409
As long as any bonds authorized under this article are outstanding, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs shall, at the close of each fiscal year,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.410
The committee may authorize the Treasurer to sell all or any part of the bonds authorized by this article at the time or times established by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.411
Out of the first money realized from the sale of bonds as provided herein, there shall be redeposited in the General Obligation Bond Expense...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.412
Any bonds issued and sold pursuant to this article may be refunded in accordance with Article 6 (commencing with Section 16780) of Chapter 4 of Part...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.413
Notwithstanding any provision of the bond act, if the Treasurer sells bonds under this article for which bond counsel has issued an opinion to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 998.414
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that, inasmuch as the proceeds from the sale of bonds authorized by this article are not "proceeds of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999
(a) This article shall be known as, and may be cited as, the California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program. The California Disabled Veteran
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.1
(a) (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, each awarding department shall have annual statewide participation goals of not less than 3...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.2
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, contracts awarded by any state agency, department, officer, or other state governmental entity,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.3
Notwithstanding Section 999.1, if a contract for professional bond services of an underwriter is to be obtained by competitive bid, the awarding...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.5
(a) The administering agency for the California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program is the Department of General Services, except in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.6
In implementing this article, the awarding department shall utilize existing resources such as the Office of Small Business and Disabled Veteran...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.8
(a) Notwithstanding anything in this article to the contrary, the validity or enforceability of any bonds, or any contract or any notes, or other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.9
(a) It shall be unlawful for a person to: (1) Knowingly and with intent to defraud, fraudulently obtain, retain, attempt to obtain or retain, or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.10
(a) Any awarding department taking bids in connection with the award of any contract shall provide, in the general conditions under which bids will...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.11
The Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs shall appoint the California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program Advocate. The...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.12
Each awarding department shall appoint an agency Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program Advocate. This person shall be the same individual...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.13
This article includes language similar to that contained in Article 1.5 (commencing with Section 10115) of Chapter 1 of Part 2 of Division 2 of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.50
It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this article to encourage state agencies, cities, counties, districts, and other political...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 999.51
(a) A nonprofit veteran service agency shall be eligible for certification as a small business under the Small Business Procurement and Contract Act,
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1000.1
This chapter may be cited as the Veterans' Revenue Debenture Act of 1970.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1000.2
The following terms, wherever used or referred to in this chapter, shall have the following meanings, respectively, unless a different meaning...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1000.3
There is hereby created a Veterans' Debenture Finance Committee composed of the Governor, the State Controller, the State Treasurer, the Director of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1001.1
Debentures may be issued by the department at such times and in such amounts not to exceed five hundred million dollars ($500,000,000) in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1001.2
Whenever the department determines that debentures should be issued, it shall adopt a resolution of issuance, which shall be executed for the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1001.3
Debentures shall be issued in the name of the Department of Veterans Affairs of the State of California and as the obligation of the department, but...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1001.4
All debentures shall bear the facsimile signature of the Director of Veterans Affairs and the Deputy Director of Veterans Affairs and shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1001.5
The validity of the authorization and issuance of any debentures shall not be dependent on or affected by the validity or regularity of any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1001.6
Reference on the face of any debentures to a resolution of issuance by its date of adoption, or the apparent date on the face thereof, shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1001.7
In addition to the debentures authorized by Section 1001.1, the department may issue additional debentures not to exceed five hundred million dollars
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1001.8
In addition to the debentures authorized by Sections 1001.1 and 1001.7, the department may issue additional debentures, not to exceed five hundred...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1001.9
In addition to the debentures authorized by Sections 1001.1, 1001.7, and 1001.8, the department may issue additional debentures at any time pursuant...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.1
A resolution of issuance may provide for the issuance of debentures in one or more series and for the aggregate principal amount of any series...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.2
A resolution of issuance may provide for the dates to be borne by debentures, and by each series, issued thereunder and for the dates of maturity...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.3
A resolution of issuance may provide for date or dates for the payment of interest on debentures and the interest rate or rates, fixed or variable,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.4
A resolution of issuance may provide for the call and redemption of debentures issued thereunder, upon such terms, conditions and notice, and upon...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.5
A resolution of issuance may provide for the forms, denominations, registration, transfer and interchange of debentures issued thereunder. ...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.6
A resolution of issuance may provide for the replacement of lost, destroyed or mutilated debentures or coupons.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.7
A resolution of issuance may provide for the issuance of temporary or interim debentures, certificates or receipts pending the preparation and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.8
A resolution of issuance may provide for the payment of the principal and interest of debentures at any place within or without the State of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.9
A resolution of issuance shall provide the means by which payments of principal and interest of debentures shall be secured.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.10
A resolution of issuance may include a provision requiring the department to pay or cause to be paid punctually the principal of all debentures...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.11
A resolution of issuance may include a provision requiring the department to preserve and protect the security of the debentures and the rights of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.12
A resolution of issuance may include provisions which limit, restrict or prohibit any right, power or privilege of the department to create or give...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.13
A resolution of issuance may include provisions requiring, specifying or limiting the kind, amount and character of insurance to be maintained by the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.14
A resolution of issuance may include a provision requiring the department to charge a uniform rate of interest on the unpaid balance of the purchase...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.15
A resolution of issuance may include provisions requiring the department to hold or cause to be held in trust the revenues, or any part of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.16
A resolution of issuance may include provisions defining the power of the department in applying the proceeds of the sale of any debentures.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.17
A resolution of issuance may include a provision authorizing, or limiting the power of, the department to issue additional debentures and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.18
A resolution of issuance may include a clause providing the events of default and the terms and conditions upon which any or all of the debentures...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.19
A resolution of issuance may include provisions establishing the rights, powers and duties arising upon breach by the department of any of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.20
A resolution of issuance may include provisions prescribing a procedure by which the terms and conditions of the resolution may be subsequently...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.21
A resolution of issuance may provide that the debentures issued thereunder and the interest thereon shall be secured by all or part of the revenues,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.22
A resolution of issuance may include a covenant that the department will duly pay and discharge, or cause to be paid and discharged, any taxes,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.23
A resolution of issuance may include provisions requiring the preparation, filing and publication of financial statements with respect to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.24
A resolution of issuance may include a covenant that the department will at all times use its best efforts to maintain the powers, functions, duties...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.25
A resolution of issuance may include provisions requiring, permitting, restricting or governing the deposit and investment of funds established for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.26
A resolution of issuance may include a covenant that the department will make or adopt and execute, or cause to be made, adopted and executed, any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.27
A resolution of issuance may include any and all covenants and agreements on the part of the department, and for such other acts or matters which the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1002.28
The State Treasurer shall act as trustee for the department and the holders of its bonds, to receive and disburse all the revenues applicable to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.1
There is hereby appropriated, from any surplus money in the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943, not required to meet any immediate demand...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.2
The revenues shall be pledged first to the payment of the principal of and interest on the debentures and to all funds created for the further...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.3
In the event of cancellation of any pledged contract or forfeiture or other termination thereof for any cause the department shall, as soon as...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.4
The department shall at all times, so long as any of the debentures are outstanding, establish, fix, and collect interest at the rate or rates, which
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.6
All interest and other payments or charges of any kind or character due under any and all such contracts shall be payable in such coin or currency of
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.7
All revenues to be received by the department from pledged contracts shall be directly, concurrently and exclusively pledged to the payment of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.8
All debenture redemption and interest payments and any premium payable upon debentures called for redemption, and all payments required for reserve...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.10
There is in the State Treasury a revolving fund known as the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1970. Proceeds of sale of debentures shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.11
There is in the State Treasury a special fund known as the Veterans' Debenture Revenue Fund. All revenues shall be deposited in the Veterans'...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.12
The State Controller is hereby authorized to make all necessary orders to provide for the establishment of special funds and accounts authorized by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.13
Prior to the issuance of any debentures the department is authorized to deposit in any reserve fund created for the further security of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.14
Debentures authorized under any resolution of issuance approved by the Veterans' Debenture Finance Committee shall be sold by the State Treasurer...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.15
In the event the State Treasurer shall determine to sell the debentures, all costs and expenses of publication of notice of sale shall be a charge...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1003.16
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, and in lieu of a pledge of revenues as security for any debentures issued pursuant to this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1004.1
The department, subject to the approval of the Veterans' Debenture Finance Committee, may provide for the issuance, sale, or exchange of refunding...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1004.2
Refunding debentures may be issued in a principal amount sufficient to provide funds for the payment of all debentures or obligations to be refunded...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1004.3
Refunding debentures shall not constitute a debt or obligation of the State of California but shall be debentures of the department of the same...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1004.4
The department may from time to time or at any time sell or exchange refunding debentures for the purpose of retiring, paying or refunding either all
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1005.1
The holder of any debenture may by mandamus or other appropriate proceedings compel the performance of any of the duties imposed upon any state...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1005.2
The department may in any resolution of issuance define the events of default including among others default in the payment of the principal or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1005.4
Whenever a bank or trust company is acting as trustee by reason of any default, or for the protection of the interests of the debenture holders, the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1005.5
No remedy conferred upon or reserved to the holders of debentures is intended to be exclusive of any other remedy or remedies now or hereafter...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1005.6
While any of the debentures remain outstanding the powers, duties or existence of the department and of every other official or agency of the State...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.1
All debentures and the income therefrom are at all times exempt from taxation in the State of California, except for transfer, inheritance, and gift...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.2
All debentures shall be legal investments for all trust funds, for the funds of all insurance companies, banks (both commercial and savings), trust...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.3
Any money or funds which may by law be invested in bonds of the State of California may be invested in debentures.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.4
Whenever any bonds of the State of California may by law be used as security for the performance of any act or the deposit of any public money,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.5
All debentures, subject to the provisions for registration contained therein, are negotiable instruments under the law merchant.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.6
The department may include in the proceedings authorizing the issuance of debentures any provisions not inconsistent with this chapter which limit,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.7
The department may provide in the proceedings authorizing issuance of debentures for the establishment of one or more reserve funds out of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.8
The State Treasurer may sell any of the debentures authorized under this chapter to the United States of America or to any of its departments,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.9
Warrants for the payments to be made on account of the debentures either as to principal, interest, premium, or otherwise, shall be duly drawn by the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.10
Notwithstanding anything contained in this chapter, the proceeds received from the sale of debentures and any revenues received by the department...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.11
This chapter shall be liberally construed to carry out the objects and purposes and the declared public policy of the State of California as in this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.12
If any section, subdivision, sentence, clause or phrase of this chapter is for any reason held to be unconstitutional or invalid or unenforceable,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.13
This chapter shall not operate to rescind or repeal any act of the State of California now or hereafter enacted providing for the issuance of general
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.14
All money in any of the funds created or authorized to be created in any resolution of issuance under the provisions of this chapter is hereby...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.15
The purchaser shall make an initial payment of at least 10 percent of the selling price of the property, in case of a farm, and 5 percent in the case
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1006.16
The department shall require that all applicants under this article qualify under the applicable federal laws and regulations governing the permitted
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1010
As used in this chapter: (a) "Home" means the Veterans' Home of California, Yountville, and the Veterans' Home of California, Barstow. (b)...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1011
(a) There is in the department a Veterans' Home of California, Yountville, situated at Veterans' Home, Napa County. (b) (1) The department may...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1012
(a) Except as provided in Section 1012.4, the home is for aged and disabled persons who served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1012.1
Prior to the admission of a veteran as a member of the home, and at any time during which a veteran is a member of the home, the department may...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1012.2
Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, any member of the home who is receiving an aid and attendance allowance from the United States Veterans'
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1012.3
Members of the home shall pay fees and charges as determined by the department, except that the total of the individual member's fees and charges for
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1012.4
Notwithstanding Section 1012, the department may arrange by contract or any other form of agreement with the United States Department of Veterans...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1012.6
The department may accept and process applications from veterans who are seeking residency at a home, beginning on the start date of construction of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1013
All property conveyed to and accepted by the State under the provisions of Chapter 101, Statutes of 1897, and any other property conveyed to and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1014
The home shall be under the management and control of the department and subject to the policies adopted by the California Veterans Board.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1015
(a) It is the intent of the Legislature that installation of air-conditioning at the hospital and related buildings of the home be given high...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1023
(a) The department may sue and be sued in any of the courts of this state. All property held by the department for the home shall be held in trust...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1024
The department may conduct such investigation as may be required to determine the total value of the property and assets of any veteran applying for...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1025
The home shall be open at any time to the inspection of the Director of the United States Veterans Administration or his authorized representative.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1026
The records, reports, and accounts kept by the home shall conform, as nearly as possible to the requirements of the United States Veterans...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1030.1
The department may enter into contracts with the United States or any agency thereof, any governmental agency, any person, or any corporation for the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1030.2
The department may enter into contracts with the United States or any agency thereof and any other governmental agency for the purpose of providing...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1031
All moneys received by the State from the United States for the use of the home shall be placed to the credit of and shall augment the current...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1032
The department shall fix a schedule of wages for veterans who are employed at the home, subject to the approval of the Director of Finance.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1033.1
The department shall pay the premiums in behalf of veterans which are required to provide coverage for such veterans under the medical assistance...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1033.2
If the total amount collected for reimbursements for Medi-Cal and Medicare services provided in any fiscal year by a veterans' home exceeds the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1034
Except money received from this State for disbursement, all moneys received by the home, or by any officer of the home, including pension and other...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1035
(a) All moneys and other personal property of any veteran held by the home, or by its authority, or left by the veteran upon the premises of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1035.05
(a) All moneys and other personal property of any veteran other than that described in Section 1035 shall, upon the death of the veteran, first be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1035.1
(a) Any will executed by a veteran who was a member of the home at the time of death, whether executed prior or subsequent to January 1, 1984, which...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1035.2
Any personal property held by the home pursuant to Section 1035 which the administrator determines to be of no substantial monetary value may be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1035.3
(a) If no will or heir is discovered within two years after the death of the veteran, any moneys not exceeding three thousand dollars ($3,000) held...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1035.4
(a) All personal property held or received by the home pursuant to Section 1035, other than moneys or property described in Section 1035.2, which is...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1035.5
(a) The administrator shall provide to the heirs or devisees of every deceased veteran who became a member of the home on or after January 1, 1984, a
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1035.6
(a) The administrator shall provide each member of the home with a quarterly statement or accounting of all charges for the costs of care rendered to
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1035.7
Upon admission to a California veterans home, the administrator of each home shall provide written notice to the veteran informing him or her of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1036
The veterans may voluntarily deposit money with the home, which the home shall receive and keep without charge as a trust fund.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1037
The money belonging to a veteran and voluntarily deposited with the home may be withdrawn, in whole or in part, at the will of the veteran.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1038
All money deposited with the home for a veteran shall be paid to him or her on demand, upon his or her discharge or voluntary departure from the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1038.1
All personal property other than money left at the home by a veteran at the time of his discharge or voluntary departure therefrom, unclaimed within...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1038.5
Any money deposited with the home by a veteran shall be credited with interest at no more than the State Monetary Investment Fund rate, less 0.75...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1039.3
The administrator, subject to the approval of the secretary, may accept cash donations or other gifts to be used for the welfare of the veterans. ...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1042
All accrued interest on money turned over to the executive officer and retained by him or her under this chapter shall be accounted for by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1042.1
If any check is drawn upon any trust fund of the home, except checks drawn by members of the home on their own accounts, and remains unclaimed, or is
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1043
With the exception of officers and employees and their families, no person shall be admitted to reside in the home, who is not eligible under Section
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1044
The administrator, in accordance with the policies adopted by the California Veterans Board and subject to the direction of the director, may adopt...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1044.5
(a) A resident of a veterans home has the right to complain and otherwise exercise the freedom of expression and assembly guaranteed by the Sections...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1045
Nothing in this chapter shall prevent the State from transferring the property and management of the home to the United States for a home of similar...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1046
(a) If it appears necessary or proper that a guardian or conservator of the estate of a veteran be appointed, the court in its discretion may, upon...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1047
(a) The administrator shall maintain a Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Fund that shall be used, at the discretion of the administrator and subject to
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1048
(a) The Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Fund shall include proceeds from the Veterans' Quality of Life Fund, operations of the Veterans' Home...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1049
Moneys in the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Fund maintained under subdivision (a) of Section 1047 may be used to establish or operate a Veterans'...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1050
The Veterans' Home Allied Council, which is established pursuant to the constitution of the Allied Council, Veterans' Home of California, and which...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1051
There is hereby established in the State Treasury the Veterans' Quality of Life Fund to receive those amounts transferred to the fund pursuant to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1100
This chapter shall be known, and may be cited, as the Veterans' Homes Bond Act of 2000.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1102
As used in this chapter, the following terms have the following meaning: (a) "Board" means the Department of Veterans Affairs designated in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1103
The proceeds of bonds issued and sold pursuant to this chapter shall be deposited in the Veterans' Home Fund, which is hereby created in the State...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1104
(a) Upon appropriation by the Legislature, money in the fund shall be used by the Department of Veterans Affairs for the purpose of designing and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1104.1
(a) Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, the moneys in the Veterans' Home Fund established by Section 1103 are, subject to the limit
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1104.2
(a) Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, an amount, not to exceed the sum of fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000), is hereby...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1105
The proceeds of bonds issued and sold pursuant to this chapter shall be deposited in the State Treasury to the credit of the Veterans' Home Fund,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1106
Bonds in the total amount of fifty million dollars ($50,000,000), not including the amount of any refunding bonds issued in accordance with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1107
The bonds authorized by this chapter shall be prepared, executed, issued, sold, paid, and redeemed as provided in the State General Obligation Bond...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1108
(a) Solely for the purpose of authorizing the issuance and sale, pursuant to the State General Obligation Bond Law, of the bonds authorized by this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1109
The committee shall determine whether or not it is necessary or desirable to issue bonds authorized pursuant to this chapter in order to carry out...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1110
There shall be collected each year and in the same manner and at the same time as other state revenue is collected, in addition to the ordinary...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1111
Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, there is hereby appropriated from the General Fund in the State Treasury, for the purposes of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1112
The Director of Finance may authorize the withdrawal from the General Fund of an amount or amounts not to exceed the amount of the unsold bonds that...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1113
The Department of Veterans Affairs may request the Pooled Money Investment Board to make a loan from the Pooled Money Investment Account in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1114
All money deposited in the fund that is derived from premium and accrued interest on bonds sold shall be reserved in the fund and shall be available...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1115
The bonds may be refunded in accordance with Article 6 (commencing with Section 16780) of Chapter 4 of Part 3 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1116
Notwithstanding any provision of this chapter or the State General Obligation Bond Law, if the Treasurer sells bonds pursuant to this chapter that...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1117
The Legislature hereby finds and declares that, inasmuch as the proceeds from the sale of bonds authorized by this chapter are not "proceeds of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1120
Any county may provide and maintain a home for veteran soldiers, sailors, and marines who have served the United States honorably in any of its wars.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1121
For the purposes of this chapter the board of supervisors of any county may: (a) Purchase, receive by donation, condemn, lease, or otherwise...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1170
As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise indicates: (a) "District" means a memorial district organized under the provisions of this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1171
A memorial district may be established, maintained, governed, supported, and operated in the manner and for the purposes herein provided, and may...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1172
No district shall include territory not wholly in the same county. A district may include any incorporated territory of the county together with any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1173
By petition filed with the county clerk, registered electors residing within the boundaries of a proposed district, equal in number to at least eight
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1174
The petition shall be addressed to the board of supervisors of the county within which the proposed district is situated, shall be signed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1175
The petition may be filed in sections, each of which shall fully comply with all of the requirements for a petition, except that each section need...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1176
Within 30 days after the filing of the petition the county elections official shall find and certify whether the petition is signed by the requisite...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1177
If the petition and certificate is presented to the board of supervisors at a regular meeting the board at that meeting shall ascertain whether the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1177.5
The notice required in Section 1176 shall state the fact that the board has fixed the time and place, which shall be stated in the notice, for a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1177.6
At any time prior to the time fixed for a hearing of the matter, any person interested may file with the clerk of the board written objections to the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1178
At the conclusion of the hearing, the board of supervisors shall either adopt an order abandoning the creation of the proposed district or shall by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1178.5
Sample ballots shall be printed and mailed, together with a synopsis of the provisions of Chapter 1 (commencing at Section 1170) of Division 6, to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1179
The special election shall be held upon a date not later than the 130th day after the meeting of the board at which the petition was presented. At...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1180
The special election shall be called, noticed, held, and conducted, election officers appointed, voting precincts designated, candidates nominated,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1180.1
Within five days after the district formation election has been called, the legislative body which has called the election shall transmit, by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1180.2
The board of supervisors or any member or members of the board authorized by the board, or any individual voter or bona fide association of citizens...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1180.3
If more than one argument for or more than one argument against the proposed district formation is filed with the election officials within the time...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1180.4
The elections officials in charge of conducting the election shall cause a ballot pamphlet concerning the district formation proposition to be voted...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1181
For the purposes of this chapter the board of supervisors and the county elections official, respectively, shall have all the powers and duties that...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1182
If a majority of the votes cast at the special election are in favor of formation of the district, the county elections official shall, within ten...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1183
Such certified copies when recorded shall, after sixty days from the date of the special election, be conclusive evidence against all persons, firms,
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1185
A district may be formed in the manner prescribed by this article that is within an existing memorial district, if, in addition to the petition...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1190
Every district shall be a public corporation, have perpetual succession, and may: (a) Sue and be sued in all actions and proceedings in all...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1190.5
A district may destroy a record pursuant to Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 60200) of Division 1 of Title 6 of the Government Code.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1191
(a) Every district may do all of the following: (1) Provide and maintain memorial halls, assembly halls, buildings, or meetingplaces, together...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1191.1
(a) The Lindsay-Strathmore Memorial District may enter into a joint powers agreement with the Strathmore Public Utility District to provide for the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1191.3
When the district desires to sell real property that was donated to the district by a city or county, the district shall offer to reconvey it to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1192
Every district may: (a) Cause to be levied and collected in any year a special tax not to exceed three-tenths of one cent ($0.003) on the one...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1192.1
When a district is authorized to provide and maintain indoor and outdoor park and recreation facilities including swimming pools, picnic areas and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1192.5
A district may impose a special tax pursuant to Article 3.5 (commencing with Section 50075) of Chapter 1 of Part 1 of Division 1 of Title 5 of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1193
Every district may combine with the county in which it is located or with any incorporated city wholly within the county, in the accomplishment of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1194
The powers of the district, except as otherwise expressly provided, shall be exercised by the board of directors.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1195
The general district election shall be governed by the provisions of the Uniform District Election Law and be held in every district formed under the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1195.2
If the board of directors of the district shall fail to take the action necessary to hold a general district election pursuant to Section 1195, the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1197
The board shall consist of five members who shall be registered electors residing within the district or proposed district at the time of their...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1198
The board first elected in any district shall hold its first meeting in the meeting room of the board of supervisors commencing at ten o'clock a.m....
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1198.5
(a) The secretary of every memorial district shall annually prepare a financial report signed by the board of directors containing the following...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1199
The president shall sign all contracts on behalf of the district and shall certify to the county auditor all lawful demands against the district...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1200
The moneys in the several funds of the district shall be paid out by the county treasurer only upon warrants drawn by the county auditor against the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1201
The county auditor shall also draw warrants against the memorial district fund and against the memorial district bond fund, in payment of lawful...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1202
The board shall, annually, at least fifteen days before the first day of the month in which the board of supervisors is required by law to levy the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1203
The board of supervisors shall annually at the time of levying county taxes and until all bonded indebtedness of the district is fully paid, levy and
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1204
The board of supervisors shall in like manner and until all other expenses and claims are fully paid, levy and cause to be collected by the county...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1205
The memorial district tax levied in any one year shall not exceed the rate of three-tenths of one cent ($0.003) on each dollar ($1) of the assessed...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1206
Taxes shall be paid into the county treasury to the credit of the memorial district bond retirement fund or to the credit of the memorial district...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1207
Taxes become delinquent at the time the county taxes become delinquent and shall bear like penalties for delinquency. All taxes shall be a lien upon
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1208
Boards of supervisors, governing bodies of incorporated cities and school districts, and all authorities having control of public lands within this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1209
All claims for money or damages against the district are governed by Part 3 (commencing with Section 900) and Part 4 (commencing with Section 940) of
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1210
Bonds of a district may be issued, sold, and the proceeds thereof expended in the exercise of any of the powers of the district or in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1211
The board may, and upon petition of eight per cent of the registered electors of the district shall, submit to the electors of the district the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1212
The question may be submitted at a special bond election called for that purpose or at a general district election. If called upon petition of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1213
If the question whether bonds of the district are to be issued is submitted at a special election, such election shall be noticed, called, conducted,
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1214
If at such election two-thirds of the votes cast are in favor of issuing the bonds of the district, the board shall cause that fact to be entered...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1215
Thereupon, the board of supervisors, by an order entered in its minutes, shall provide for the issuance and sale of bonds of the district in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1216
The board of supervisors shall issue and sell the bonds of the district in the manner and form prescribed by law for county bonds and subject to the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1217
If any officer whose signature, countersignature, or attestation appears on any district bonds or coupons thereof, ceases to be such officer before...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1218
The board of supervisors at the time of making the levy of taxes for county purposes shall levy a tax for that year upon the taxable property in the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1219
Whenever the bonds of a district have been investigated and certified by any officer of this state authorized to make such investigation and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1221
No contract for the construction or alteration of any hall, building or meeting place shall be let until such time as professional estimates of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1222
No contract shall be let for the construction or alteration of any hall, building or meeting place unless such project can be completed and be ready...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1223
No contract for the construction or alteration of any hall, building or meeting place is valid, and no district funds shall be paid for any work done
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1224
If the cost of construction or alteration under the contract is ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or more, from time to time, as the work of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1251
The boundaries of any district organized or existing under this chapter may be altered and new territory annexed to, and incorporated within, it...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1252
To qualify for annexation, new territory shall be contiguous to the existing district.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1253
Proceedings may be commenced for the annexation of territory to an existing district by petition filed with the county clerk and signed by registered
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1254
The petition shall be addressed to the board of supervisors of the county within which the district is situated, shall be signed by the number of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1255
Within 30 days after the filing of the petition the county elections official shall find and certify whether the petition is signed by the requisite...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1256
The notice required in Section 1255 shall state the fact that the board has fixed the time and place, which shall be stated in the notice, for a...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1257
If, at the close of the hearing, the board of supervisors determines to annex the territory, or any portion thereof, it shall so declare by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1258
The declaration of the result and recordation of the statement of the election shall be carried out substantially pursuant to Sections 1182 and 1183...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1259
Territory forming a part of any existing district at the time of presentation of a petition for annexation, shall not be annexed pursuant to this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1260
As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwise indicates: (a) "Political subdivision" means any city, county, district, or other local...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1261
Any political subdivision may lease any lot or building or part thereof belonging to it and not required for public use, for not exceeding twenty...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1262
Any county may provide, maintain or provide and maintain buildings, memorial halls, meeting places, memorial parks, or recreation centers for the use
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1262.1
Not to exceed 50 percent of any funds accumulated in, transferred from or accumulated by transfer from, the General Fund pursuant to, and for any of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1263
Any money which is made available by the State to any political subdivision for the purposes of acquiring and constructing public buildings may be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1264
The governing body maintaining any facilities constructed or maintained pursuant to this chapter may provide for the use of such facilities by...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1265
The board of supervisors of any county may sell real property contiguous to an existing cemetery which it acquired for the purposes of Section 1262...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1266
Whenever a county has provided, maintained, or provided and maintained any building, memorial hall, meeting place, memorial park, or recreation...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1300
There is in state government the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Commission composed of nine members, as follows: (a) Two members appointed by the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1301
At least six members of the commission shall be Vietnam veterans. Members of the Legislature shall serve on the commission as ex officio members...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1302
The commission may request staff support and facilities for its activities from the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the department may provide...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1303
(a) The construction of a memorial to California's Vietnam veterans on the grounds of the State Capitol is hereby authorized. For purposes of this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1304
With respect to the design and construction of the memorial, the commission may do all of the following: (a) Establish a schedule for the design,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1305
The design of the memorial shall be as politically neutral as possible with respect to the nature of the Vietnam conflict.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1306
(a) The sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) is hereby appropriated from the General Fund to the commission as a loan for purposes of this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1307
The commission shall notify the Governor when construction of the memorial has been completed. This chapter shall remain in effect only until, and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1318
Every person who maliciously destroys, cuts, breaks, mutilates, effaces, or otherwise injures, tears down, or removes any veterans' memorial...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1330
(a) The Secretary of Veterans Affairs shall establish a California Mexican American Veterans' Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Committee...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1331
Members of the committee shall not receive any compensation.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1332
The committee may request staff support and facilities for its activities from the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the department may provide...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1333
The committee shall be responsible for carrying out the purposes of this chapter.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1334
(a) The beautification and enhancement of an existing memorial on state grounds is hereby authorized. For the purposes of this act, "state grounds"...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1335
With respect to the design and construction of an enhanced memorial, the committee may do all of the following: (a) Establish a schedule for the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1335.5
With respect to the design and construction of an enhanced memorial, the Department of General Services, in consultation with the committee, shall...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1336
The design of the enhanced memorial shall be as politically neutral as possible.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1338
The committee shall notify the Governor and the Secretary of Veterans Affairs when beautification and enhancement of the memorial pursuant to this...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1340
The California Mexican American Veterans' Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Account is hereby created in the General Fund. All funds received...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1341
(a) Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, all funds deposited in the California Mexican American Veterans' Memorial Beautification...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1350
There is hereby established the National World War II Veterans Memorial Trust Fund to receive those moneys transferred in accordance with Section...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1360
The Department of Veterans Affairs shall establish a statewide Veterans Memorial Registry. The registry shall provide the location and condition of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1361
The Veterans Memorial Registry shall be made available on the web site of the Department of Veterans Affairs. The department shall provide the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1365
In recognition of the efforts and sacrifices of veterans of the United States Armed Forces, the second full week in November is hereby annually...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1400
(a) (1) The Department of Veterans Affairs, in voluntary cooperation with the Shasta County Board of Supervisors and the boards of supervisors of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1401
(a) For the purposes of Section 1400, the Shasta County Board of Supervisors may join with other northern California counties including, but not...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1402
(a) Proposals for the construction, placement, or donation of monuments and memorials to the cemetery shall be subject to review by an advisory...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1403
(a) Notwithstanding Section 11005 of the Government Code, the cemetery administrator, subject to the approval of the director, may accept donations...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1450
For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions apply: (a) "Administrative and oversight costs" means costs incurred by the department for
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1451
(a) The California Central Coast State Veterans' Cemetery at Fort Ord Endowment Fund is hereby created in the State Treasury. Moneys in the Endowment
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1452
(a) On or before July 1, 2007, and annually thereafter, the Controller, after consultation with the department, shall report to the Assembly and...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1453
(a) (1) Upon the determination of the Controller, after consultation with the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, that the Endowment Fund has adequate...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1454
(a) The Central Coast Veterans' Cemetery Master Development Fund is hereby renamed the California Central Coast State Veterans' Cemetery at Fort Ord...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1455
(a) Subsequent to the department's submission of the State Veterans' Cemetery Grant Program application, pursuant to Section 1453, the department...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1456
(a) Proposals for the construction, placement, or donation of monuments and memorials, excluding headstones, to the veterans' cemetery shall be...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1457
(a) Notwithstanding Section 11005 of the Government Code, the veterans' cemetery administrator may, subject to the approval of the Secretary of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1630
This chapter may be cited as the Sabotage Prevention Act of 1950.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1631
Unless the context otherwise requires, the definitions and general provisions set forth in this article govern the construction of this chapter.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1632
"Highway" includes any private or public street, way, or other place used for travel to or from property.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1633
"Highway commissioners" means any board or other body having authority to restrict or close any highway to public use and travel.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1634
"Public utility" includes any pipeline, gas, electric, heat, water, sewer, telephone, telegraph, radio, television, railway, railroad, airplane,...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1635
"War" means any of the following: (a) Whenever Congress has declared war, and peace has not been formally restored. (b) Whenever the United...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1636
"Defense preparation" means any of the following: (a) The manufacture, transportation, or storage of any product to be used in the preparation of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1637
If conduct prohibited by this chapter is also made unlawful by another law, the offender may be convicted for the violation of this chapter or of the
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1639
This chapter shall not be construed: (a) To impair, curtail, or destroy the right of employees and their representatives to self-organization, to...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1640
If any provision of this chapter or its application to any person or circumstances is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1650
Any individual, partnership, association, corporation, municipal corporation, or the State or any of its political subdivisions engaged in, or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1651
Any person who without permission of the owner wilfully enters upon any premises posted pursuant to Section 1650 is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1652
Any peace officer or any person employed as a security guard or in a supervisory capacity on premises posted pursuant to Section 1650 may stop any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1653
Any individual, partnership, association, corporation, municipal corporation, or the State or any of its political subdivisions engaged in or...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1654
Upon receipt of a petition, the highway commissioners shall set a day for hearing and give notice thereof by publication pursuant to Section 6061 of...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1655
If after hearing the highway commissioners determine that the public safety and the safety of the property of the petitioner require that public use...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1656
Appropriate notices in letters at least three inches high shall be posted conspicuously at each end of any highway so closed or restricted by such...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1657
The highway commissioners may at any time revoke or modify any order so made.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1658
The highway commissioners may issue written permits to travel over the highways so closed or restricted to responsible and reputable persons for such
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1659
Any person who violates any order made under Section 1655 is guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1670
Any person who intentionally and maliciously destroys, impairs, injures, interferes, or tampers with real or personal property with reasonable...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1671
Any person who intentionally and maliciously makes or causes to be made or intentionally and maliciously omits to note on inspection any defect in...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1672
Any person who is guilty of violating Section 1670 or 1671 is punishable as follows: (a) If the act or failure to act causes the death of any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1673
Any person who attempts to commit any of the crimes defined by this chapter is punishable as provided in Section 664 of the Penal Code, except that...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1674
If two or more persons conspire to commit any crime defined by this chapter, each is guilty of conspiracy and subject to the same punishment as if he
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1690
Any elected officer of the State who is called to serve with the armed forces of the United States has a right to return to and to re-enter upon his...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1691
Upon his return and re-entry or his return to the office he shall have all of the rights and privileges in, connected with, or arising out of, the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1692
Any vacancy created by such absence may be filled by a temporary appointment, as provided by law, for a term not to extend beyond the time of the...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1693
If any such officer was required by law to file an oath of office or to execute a bond prior to his original entry upon the duties of the office, he...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1800
As used in Section 1801: (a) "Veterans' organizations" means any duly congressionally recognized or chartered organization of honorably discharged
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1801
It is unlawful for any person to do any of the following acts: (a) To hawk, peddle, vend, offer to sell, give away, or offer to give away any...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1802
Any person who solicits funds for the benefit of any veteran or veterans' association and who uses such funds for purposes other than those...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1820
Any person who willfully wears or uses the badge, lapel button, rosette, or other recognized and estimable insignia of the veterans' organizations...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1830
In enacting this chapter, the Legislature recognizes all of the following: (a) California citizens have fought for their nation in many wars. ...
California Military And Veterans Code Section 1831
(a) So that the people of California will not forget the sacrifices of those members of the United States Armed Forces who, after the termination of...
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