§ 1002. Definitions.
25 CA ADC § 1002BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
Barclays Official California Code of Regulations Currentness
Title 25. Housing and Community Development
Division 1. Housing and Community Development
Chapter 2. Mobilehome Parks and Installations
Article 1. Administration and Enforcement
25 CCR § 1002
§ 1002. Definitions.
In addition to the definitions contained in this section, which apply only to this chapter, the definitions contained in sections 18200-18700 of the Health and Safety Code and those definitions relating to building standards contained in Title 24, California Code of Regulations Parts 2, 3, 4, and 5, are also applicable to the requirements of this chapter.
(1) Accessory building or structure. Any awning, window awning, cabana, ramada, storage cabinet, storage building, private garage, carport, fence, stairway, ramp, or porch, or any other building or structure other than a patio, established for the use of the occupant of a unit.
(2) Approved. Reviewed and/or inspected and deemed acceptable to the local enforcement agency.
(3) Architect. A person licensed by the State of California, qualified to practice architecture in this state. For purposes of this chapter, an architect designing or approving plans shall have skill, knowledge, and expertise in that scope of practice.
(4) Awning. An accessory structure, used for shade or weather protection, supported by one or more posts or columns and partially supported by a unit or other accessory structure installed, erected, or used on a lot.
(5) Awning Enclosure. An enclosure designed for outdoor recreational purposes, not for habitation, constructed under an awning or freestanding awning, which may include a screen room, and either an accessory building or structure, or a building component.
(6) Awning, Freestanding. An accessory structure, used for shade or weather protection, supported entirely by columns or posts and, other than with flashing, not attached to or supported by a unit or other accessory structure.
(7) Awning, Window or Door. An accessory structure, used for shading a window or door, supported wholly by the unit or other accessory building or structure to which it is attached.
(1) Branch Water Service Line. That portion of the water distribution system extending from the park water main to a lot, including connections, devices and appurtenances.
(2) Building Components. Any subsystem, subassembly, or other system, constructed or assembled in accordance with the provisions of California Factory-Built Housing Law, contained in the California Health and Safety Code commencing with section 19960, designated for use in, or as part of, an accessory building or structure, which may include structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and fire-protection systems and other systems affecting health and safety. However, “building components” do not include appliances or equipment, such as heaters, stoves, refrigerators, or air conditioners, which have been listed and labeled by an approved testing and listing agency.
(3) Building Standard. Any rule, regulation, or other requirement adopted by the California Building Standards Commission, or a local government pursuant to Section 17958.5 of the Health and Safety Code, pertaining to the construction, plumbing, electrical, and fuel gas equipment, and installations within permanent buildings in parks. See also section 18909 division 13, part 2.5.
(1) Cabana. A freestanding accessory building or structure, or building component of a unit, located immediately adjacent to and intended to increase the usable area of that unit, which is a portable, demountable, or permanent room enclosure or other building generally erected or constructed for habitation. A cabana may include closets, pantries, bath or toilet rooms, service rooms, connecting corridors, laundries, storage spaces, utility rooms, and similar spaces. The total floor area of a cabana(s) on a lot shall not exceed the total floor area of the unit to which it is an accessory.
(2) California Building Code. California Code of Regulations, Title 24, Part 2, as adopted and published by the California Building Standards Commission.
(3) California Electrical Code. California Code of Regulations, Title 24, Part 3, as adopted and published by the California Building Standards Commission.
(4) California Fire Code. California Code of Regulations, Title 24, Part 9, as adopted and published by the California Building Standards Commission.
(5) California Mechanical Code. California Code of Regulations, Title 24, Part 4, as adopted and published by the California Building Standards Commission.
(6) California Plumbing Code. California Code of Regulations, Title 24, Part 5, as adopted and published by the California Building Standards Commission.
(7) California Residential Code. California Code of Regulations, Title 24, Part 2.5, as adopted and published by the California Building Standards Commission.
(8) Carport. An accessory structure for vehicle parking, used for shade or weather protection, supported by one or more posts or columns and partially supported by a unit or other accessory structure installed, erected, or used on a lot.
(9) Carport, Freestanding. An accessory structure for vehicle parking, used for shade or weather protection, supported entirely by columns or posts and, other than flashing, not attached to or supported by a unit or other accessory structure.
(10) Certificate of Occupancy. A document issued by the enforcement agency when an MH-unit or commercial modular, installed on a foundation system, is approved for occupancy by the enforcement agency.
(11) Certification. The department's stamp of approval applied to the earthquake resistant bracing system manufacturer's plans and installation instructions.
(12) Cited Person. A person or entity issued a notice of violation for a violation of this chapter or applicable laws who is responsible for its correction.
(13) Combustible. As applied to building construction is any material or construction which does not meet the criteria of noncombustible as defined in subsection (n) of this section.
(14) Common Area. An area, within the boundaries of the park, that is not specific to any lot or space and is under the ownership and control of the park.
(15) Commercial Modular. “Commercial modular” means a structure transportable in one or more sections, designed and equipped for human occupancy for industrial, professional, or commercial purposes, which is required to be moved under permit, and shall include a trailer coach as defined in section 635 of the Vehicle Code. “Commercial coach” has the same meaning as “commercial modular” as that term is defined in section 18001.8 of the Health and Safety Code.
(16) Concrete Block Pier. An assembly of load-bearing, concrete blocks with wooden wedges used to support and level a unit.
(17) Concrete Pier. A concrete load-bearing support that incorporates into its structure an adjustable means of raising and leveling the unit.
(18) Contractor. Any person as defined in Business and Professions Code sections 7026 through 7026.3.
(1) Department. The Department of Housing and Community Development.
(2) Dependent Unit. A unit not equipped with a toilet and sewage disposal system. All camping cabins and tents are dependent units.
(3) Drain Connector. The extension, from a unit or accessory building or structure drain outlet, to the lot drain inlet.
(4) Drain Outlet. The discharge end of a unit or accessory building or structure's, sewage drainage system.
(5) Dry Camp. A camping area where a supply of potable water is unavailable within the camping area.
(1) Earthquake Resistant Bracing System (ERBS). An anchoring system, bracing system, or other device designed and constructed for the purpose of protecting the health and safety of the occupants of, and reducing damage to, an MH-unit in the event of an earthquake. See also, “ERBS.”
(2) Electrical Feeder Assembly. The overhead or underchassis feeder conductors, including the equipment grounding conductor, together with the necessary fittings and equipment, designed for the purpose of delivering energy from the lot electrical service equipment to the branch circuit distribution panelboard of the unit or accessory building or structure.
(3) Electrical Service, Park. The conductors and equipment for delivering electrical energy from the electrical supply system or the generator of an isolated plant, to the electrical wiring system of the park.
(4) Electrical System, Park-Primary. That part of the electrical wiring system of the park distributing electrical energy to the park's secondary electrical system.
(5) Electrical System, Park-Secondary. That part of the electrical wiring system of the park distributing electrical energy at a nominal 120 or 120/240 volts, single phase.
(6) Electrical Wiring System, Park. All of the electrical equipment, appurtenances and related electrical installations outside of permanent buildings, units, and accessory buildings or structures within a park.
(7) Emergency. An occurrence constituting a present or imminent serious risk to life, health, safety, or property requiring immediate correction.
(8) Energize. The act of applying electrical energy, or gas or water pressure.
(9) Enforcement Agency. The Department of Housing and Community Development, or any city, county, or city and county that has assumed responsibility for the enforcement of this chapter and chapter 2.2 pursuant to sections 18300 and 18865 of the Health and Safety Code.
(10) Engineer. A person registered with the State of California as a professional engineer qualified to practice engineering in this state. For purposes of this chapter, an engineer designing or approving plans shall have skill, knowledge, and expertise in that scope of practice.
(11) Equipment. All materials, appliances, devices, fixtures, fittings, or accessories used in the structural, fire safety, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical systems of units, accessory buildings and structures, buildings, structures, infrastructures, and systems subject to this chapter.
(12) ERBS. The acronym for an earthquake resistant bracing system.
(13) ERBS-Manufacturer. A person, firm or business engaged in assembly or construction of earthquake resistant bracing systems for MH-units.
(14) ERBS-Manufacturer's Installation Instructions. The specific written directions for an earthquake resistant bracing system to be installed on or under MH-units.
(1) Feeder. The conductors for conveying electrical energy between any two points in the park's electrical, wiring system excluding electrical feeder assemblies.
(2) Fence. A freestanding vertical structure erected to enclose an area or act as a barrier generally constructed of posts, boards, wood, wire stakes or rails.
(3) Fire Agency. A city, county, or city and county fire department, or fire district.
(4) Fire Hydrant. A connection to a water source for the purpose of supplying water to a fire hose or other fire protection apparatus, and for the purposes of this chapter, includes a standpipe.
(5) Fire Hydrant, Private. A fire hydrant including wet standpipes owned by the park.
(6) Fire Hydrant System. All fire hydrants, water piping, pumps, tanks, and valves attached to the water system supplying the hydrants.
(7) Footing. The portion of a support, in direct contact with the ground, that distributes imposed loads to the soil.
(A) Annual Permit To Operate (local enforcement agency), HCD 503B, dated 7/04.
(B) Application For Alternate Approval, HCD 511, dated 7/04.
(C) Application For Certification Of Manufactured Home Or Mobilehome Earthquake Resistant Bracing System, HCD 50 ERBSCERT, dated 7/04.
(D) Application For Permit To Construct, HCD 50, dated 7/04.
(E) Application to Install Mobilehome/Manufactured Home Earthquake Resistant Bracing System, HCD 50 ERBS, dated 7/04.
(F) Application For Permit To Operate, HCD 500, dated 7/04.
(G) Application For Standard Plan Approval, HCD 520, dated 7/04.
(H) Certificate of Occupancy, HCD 513C, dated 7/04.
(I) Floodplain Ordinance Compliance Certification For Manufactured Home/Mobilehome Installations, HCD 547, dated 7/04.
(J) Manufactured Home or Mobilehome Installation Acceptance (Local Enforcement Agency), HCD 513B, dated 7/04.
(K) Manufactured Home or Mobilehome Installation Acceptance, HCD 513A, dated 7/04.
(L) Permit To Operate (local enforcement agency), HCD 500A, dated 7/04.
(M) Plot Plan, HCD 538, dated 7/04.
(N) Private Fire Hydrant Test And Certification Report, HCD MP 532, dated 01/07.
(O) School Impact Fee Certification, HCD MP 502, dated 7/04.
(9) Foundation System.
An assembly of materials designed and engineered by an architect or engineer to resist the imposition of external forces once the MH-unit or commercial modular is installed upon it. The installation on a foundation is classified as one of the following:
(A) Foundation installation - a fixture or improvement to real property, recorded with the county recorder's office, once recorded is no longer personal property, and which complies with the requirements of Health and Safety Code section 18551(a); or
(B) Chattel installation - neither a fixture nor an improvement to real property, not recorded with the county recorder's office, remains personal property, and which complies with the requirements of Health and Safety Code section 18551(b).
(1) Garage. An enclosed accessory building or structure located on a lot and designed for the storage of motorized vehicles.
(2) Gas Connector. A flexible connector, listed for exterior use, to convey gas from a gas riser outlet to the gas supply connection of a unit.
(3) Gas Piping, Main. A distribution line that serves as a common source of supply for more than one service line.
(4) Gas Piping System, Park. The pipe, equipment and related installations, outside of permanent buildings, units, or accessory buildings or structures, for distributing gas throughout the park.
(5) Gas Riser Outlet. That portion of a park gas service line or gas piping system, extending above ground, serving a lot.
(6) Gas Service Line. The pipe or that portion of a park gas piping system, extending from the main park gas line to the individual gas riser outlet serving a lot.
(7) Good Cause. What the enforcement agency would find to be a reasonable basis for failing to appear at the time and place scheduled for an informal conference or hearing; for extending the date of an informal conference or hearing pursuant to sections 1754 or 1756; or for not complying with a specified timeline.
(8) Greenhouse. An accessory structure constructed mainly of translucent or transparent materials used for the cultivation of plants.
(9) Gross Floor Area. The floor area enclosed within the surrounding exterior walls of a unit, accessory building or structure, or portions thereof. Where there are no walls, “Gross Floor Area” means the usable area contained within the horizontal projection of the roof and floor.
(10) Ground Anchor. That part of a tiedown assembly that is inserted into the ground.
(11) Guardrail. A vertical barrier erected along the open edges of a porch or other elevated area to prevent persons from falling to a lower level.
(1) Habitable Room or Structure. Any structure or room within a structure meeting the requirements of this chapter for sleeping, living, cooking, or dining purposes, excluding such enclosed spaces as awning enclosures, closets, pantries, bath or toilet rooms, service rooms, connecting corridors, laundries, unfinished attics, foyers, storage spaces, unfinished cellars, utility rooms, and similar spaces.
(2) Handrail. A railing provided for grasping with the hand for support, erected along one or more edges of a stairway or ramp.
(3) Hearing. The informal hearing procedure of the enforcement agency conducted by the director or his or her designee, as the authorized representative of the enforcement agency pursuant to Government Code section 11445.20 subdivision (c), including, but not limited to, matters filed pursuant to Health and Safety Code sections 18301, 18402, 18403, 18420, 18421, 18513 and 18613.7.
(4) Hearing Officer. The authorized representative of the enforcement agency, or other official authorized to conduct hearings.
(1) Independent Unit. A unit equipped with a toilet and designed to be connected to a lot sewer inlet.
(2) Identification Label. A decal, tag, or label indicating acceptance by the department of a standard plan for an accessory building or structure.
(3) Insignia or Label of Approval. A tag or label required pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 18026, or 18027.3 and permanently affixed to each section of a unit indicating compliance with applicable regulations of the department or with the Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards, Title 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 3280.
(j) -J- Reserved
(k) -K- Reserved
(1) Landing, Stairway. An individual platform, not to exceed twelve (12) square feet, usually at the top or bottom of a stairway, to ease the transition from a stairway to a level walking surface. Landings for ramps must comply with requirements in the California Building Code.
(2) Lath structure. An accessory structure of open design, having no solid roof or walls.
(3) Listed. All equipment, materials, products, and installations included in a list published by an approved listing agency.
(4) Listing Agency. An independent agency approved by the department that:
(A) is in the business of listing and labeling equipment, materials, products, or installations; and
(B) maintains a periodic inspection program on current production of listed equipment, materials, or products or periodic evaluations of listed installations; and
(C) makes available at least annually a published report of listings that includes specific information about the nationally recognized standard with which each item complies and the manner in which the item is safe for use, or information about the listed equipment, material, product, or installation that has been tested and found suitable for use in a specified manner.
(5) Load. Any of the forces that a structure is designed to withstand, including any permanent force such as the weight of a roof, known as a dead load; any moving or temporary force, such as the weight of occupants, known as a live load; wind loads imposed by wind activity; and seismic loads imposed by seismic activity.
(6) Lot Access. An unobstructed way or means of approaching a roadway or public thoroughfare to or from a lot.
(7) Lot Electrical Service Equipment, Park. That equipment containing the means to connect or disconnect overcurrent protective devices and receptacles, or other means for supplying a unit, listed appliance, accessory building or structure, or building component from the park's electrical supply.
(8) Lot Line Change. The alteration, movement, or shifting of a lot line for an existing lot.
(9) Lot Line Creation. The initial establishment of a lot line for a new lot.
(10) Lot Water Service Outlet, Park. That portion of the park's water distribution system, including equipment and devices, provided with a fitting for connecting a unit's water connector.
(1) MH-unit. A term, as used in this chapter, to replace references to “mobilehome, manufactured home, and a multifamily manufactured home.”
(2) Maintenance Inspection. A general park inspection by the enforcement agency, undertaken pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 18400.1 in effect at the time of the inspection.
(3) Mobilehome/Manufactured Home Installation Acceptance Certificate. A document issued by the enforcement agency when an MH-unit is approved for occupancy by the enforcement agency pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 18613 or 18551(b).
(4) Model. A specific design or style of an accessory building or structure, foundation system, earthquake resistant bracing system, or tiedown system designed as a specific assembly of component structural parts. Any difference in materials or construction or dimensions, which affect the structural design, shall constitute a different model.
(1) N.F.P.A. An acronym for the National Fire Protection Association.
(2) Noncombustible. As applied to building construction is any material which meets the criteria for “noncombustible” as specified in the California Building Code.
(3) Nuisance. A “nuisance” is as defined in Civil Code section 3479; “private nuisance” is as defined in Civil Code section 3481; and “public nuisance” is as defined in Civil Code section 3480 and Penal Code section 370.
(1) Occupant. For the purposes of this chapter, means a person who lawfully occupies a unit on a lot.
(2) Occupied Area. The total of all the space occupied by a unit, including eave overhangs and projections; building components; and all accessory buildings or structures on a lot.
(3) Operator. The person or entity to whom a permit to operate is issued by the enforcement agency.
(4) Owner. The person or entity that legally owns or possesses an item, property, or business through title, lease, registration or other legal document.
(1) Park. For purposes of this chapter, is any manufactured housing community or mobilehome park.
(2) Park Trailer. A recreational vehicle as defined in Health and Safety Code section 18009.3.
(3) Patio. A paved or raised area not to exceed eight (8) inches in height above grade, used for access or recreational activities.
(4) Permanent Building. Any permanent structure under the control and ownership of the park owner or operator which is not on a lot and is expressly used in the operation of the park such as for the park office, a community center, or park storage facilities.
(5) Permit to Operate. A permit issued annually by the enforcement agency authorizing operation of a park.
(6) Pier. A vertical support constructed of concrete, steel, or concrete block for the transmission of loads from a unit, accessory building or structure, or building component, to a footing. A pier does not include the footing.
(7) Porch. A freestanding, outside walking platform with an area exceeding twelve (12) square feet, having a floor or deck surface elevated more than eight (8) inches above grade.
(8) Power Supply Cord. A flexible cord assembly of conductors, including a grounding conductor, connectors, attachment plug cap, and all other fittings, grommets, or devices, designed for the purpose of delivering electrical energy from the park's lot electrical service equipment to the branch circuit distribution panelboard of the unit.
(9) Private Fire Hydrant. See “Fire Hydrant, Private”.
(q) -Q- Reserved
(1) Ramada. Any freestanding roof, or shade structure, installed or erected above a unit or accessory building or structure or any portion thereof.
(2) Ramp. An accessory structure providing a sloping path of travel, intended for pedestrian traffic.
(3) Recreational Vehicle. A vehicle as defined in section 18010 of the Health and Safety Code and includes a park trailer, as defined in Section 18009.3 of the Health and Safety Code.
(4) Registered Owner. A person registered by the appropriate department as the owner of the unit.
(5) Responsible Person. For purposes of this chapter, is any of the following:
(A) The park owner or operator for park-owned property or facilities.
(B) An available person, employed by the park for emergencies, as defined in section 18603 of the Health and Safety Code.
(C) Any person or entity that obtains a permit to construct.
(D) The owner of a unit, accessory building or structure, or building component.
(6) Retaining Wall. A wall designed to resist the lateral displacement of soil or other materials.
(7) Roadway. A thoroughfare for vehicular traffic within a park.
(1) Sanitation Station, Recreational Vehicle. A plumbing receptor designed to receive the discharge of sewage holding tanks of self-contained recreational vehicles and which is equipped with a water hose connection for washing the receptor.
(2) Sewage Drain Lateral. That portion of the park sewage system that extends to an individual lot drain inlet.
(3) Sewage Drainage System. All the piping within or attached to the unit or accessory building or structure that conveys sewage or other liquid wastes to the drain outlet.
(4) Sewer, Park. That part of the park sewage drainage system beginning at the lot drain inlet or from a point two (2) feet downstream from a permanent building drain connection and terminating at the public sewer or private sewer disposal system.
(5) Shall. “Shall” means required, and includes “must” and “will”.
(6) Signed. When required by this chapter to verify a permit, plans, or other document, means use of an original or “wet” stamp or signature, or both, of the architect, engineer, or other person verifying the plan, permit, or other document. When such verification is not required by this chapter, an enforcement agency shall not require an original or “wet” stamp or signature, or both.
(7) Skirting. Material used to enclose or partially enclose the area under a unit or accessory building or structure.
(8) Standard Plan Approval (SPA). A plan approved, by the department, for an accessory building or structure, an engineered tiedown system, or a foundation system, to be installed or constructed on a repetitive basis, for the purpose of obtaining a construction permit through an enforcement agency.
(9) Stairway. A step or any configuration of steps or risers where the run (length) of an individual tread or step does not exceed thirty (30) inches, and which is designed to enable passage from one elevation to another.
(10) Steel Pier. A steel support that incorporates into its structure an adjustable means of raising and leveling the unit or accessory building or structure that the pier supports.
(11) Storage Building. An accessory building that may exceed ten (10) feet in height or one hundred twenty (120) square feet of gross floor area located on a lot, designed and used solely for storage of the personal equipment and possessions of the unit's occupants. The construction of a storage building shall comply with the California Building Standards Code, and a permit to construct is required from the enforcement agency.
(12) Storage Cabinet. An accessory structure, not exceeding ten (10) feet in height or one hundred twenty (120) square feet of gross floor area, located on a lot, designed and used solely for the use and storage of the personal equipment and possessions of the unit's occupants.
(13) Support. The entire pier and footing assembly, used to transfer the loads of a unit, accessory building or structure, or building component to the ground.
(14) Support System. A system of supports which sustains the vertical loads of a unit, accessory building or structure, or building component. A support system does not include a foundation system.
(15) Surcharge, Surcharge Load. A surcharge is a vertical load imposed on retained soil that may impose a lateral force in addition to the lateral earth pressure of the retained soil.
(1) Technical Service. The providing of interpretation and clarification by the enforcement agency of technical data and other information relating to the application of this chapter.
(2) Tensioning Device. A mechanical device that is part of a tiedown assembly. The tensioning device allows a person to eliminate any slack in the tiedown assembly and maintain the tension established when the slack is eliminated.
(3) Testing Agency. An organization which:
(A) Is in the business of testing equipment and installations;
(B) Is qualified and equipped for such experimental testing;
(C) Is not under the jurisdiction or control of any manufacturer or supplier for any affected industry;
(D) Maintains at least an annual inspection program of all equipment and installations currently listed or labeled;
(E) Makes available a published directory showing current listings of manufacturer's equipment and installations which have been investigated, certified and found safe for use in a specified manner and which are listed or labeled by the testing agency; and
(F) Is approved by the department.
(4) Tiedown Assembly. An assembly of component parts that has been tested and listed by agencies approved by the department as complying with the requirements of section 1336.1 of this chapter.
(5) Tiedown System. A tiedown system is used in conjunction with a support system and consists of the total number of tiedown assemblies required to provide a manufactured home or mobilehome with resistance to wind loads.
(1) Unit. A manufactured home, mobilehome, a multifamily manufactured home, or recreational vehicle.
(1) Violation. A failure to conform to the requirements of this chapter, or any other applicable provision of law.
(2) Violation, Maintenance. A violation discovered during a maintenance inspection performed pursuant to section 18400.1 of the Health and Safety Code.
(1) Water Connector. The flexible extension connecting the water distribution system of the unit or accessory building or structure to the park's lot water service outlet.
(2) Water Distribution System. All of the water supply piping within a park, extending from the main public supply or other source of supply to the park's lot water service outlets and including branch service lines, fittings, control valves, and appurtenances.
(3) Water Main, Park. That portion of the water distribution system which extends from the main, water meter, or other source of supply to the branch water service lines.
(4) Water Supply Connection. The fitting or point of connection of the unit's or accessory building or structure's water distribution system designed for connection to a water connector.
(5) Working Days. All days except Saturdays, Sundays, and applicable local, state and federal holidays.
(6) Workmanlike. Work performed to the acceptable quality of generally recognized industry standards that does not compromise strength, function, or durability.
(x) -X- Reserved
(y) -Y- Reserved
(z) -Z- Reserved
Note: Authority cited: Section 18300, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Section 11445.20, Government Code; and Sections 18007, 18008, 18008.5, 18008.7, 18009.3, 18010, 18013.4, 18200, 18206, 18213, 18214.5, 18400.1, 18402, 18403, 18404, 18420, 18421, 18513, 18551, 18554, 18603, 18610, 18612, 18613, 18613.4, 18613.5, 18613.7, 18630, 18640, 18670, 18690, 18691, 18909, 19996 and 19977, Health and Safety Code.
1. Repealer and new section filed 8-22-85; effective upon filing pursuant to Government Code section 11346.2(d) (Register 85, No. 36).
2. Amendment filed 9-8-94 as an emergency; operative 9-19-94 (Register 94, No. 36). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 1-17-95 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
3. Amendment refiled 1-18-95 as an emergency, including new subsection (hhh) and subsection relettering; operative 1-17-95 (Register 95, No. 3). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 5-17-95 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
4. Certificate of Compliance as to 1-18-95 order including amendment of subsection (kk) transmitted to OAL 3-31-95 and filed 5-12-95 (Register 95, No. 19).
5. Amendment of section and Note filed 7-6-2004; operative 7-6-2004 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2004, No. 28).
6. Amendment of section and Note filed 7-22-2005; operative 7-22-2005 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 29).
7. Editorial correction of subsections (c)(14) and (l) and History 6 (Register 2005, No. 33).
8. Amendment of subsections (a)(3), (e)(10), (f)(8)(M) and (s)(8) filed 12-26-2006; operative 1-2-2007 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2006, No. 52).
9. Amendment of subsection (f)(2), new subsections (f)(8)(E) and (g)(3), subsection renumbering, amendment of newly designated subsections (g)(5)-(6) and amendment of subsections (m)(1), (n)(2) and (u)(1) filed 1-21-2009; operative 1-21-2009 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2009, No. 4).
10. New subsections (c)(7), (h)(3) and (s)(6), subsection renumbering, amendment of subsection (g)(7) and newly designated subsections (s)(11)-(12) and amendment of Note filed 2-18-2011; operative 2-18-2011 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2011, No. 7).
11. Amendment of subsections (c)(1) and (d)(2)-(5), new subsection (s)(15) and amendment of Note filed 2-19-2013; operative 4-1-2013 (Register 2013, No. 8).
This database is current through 3/13/20 Register 2020, No. 11
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