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§ 599.720.1. Reimbursement for Movement of a Mobile Home - Excluded Employees.

2 CA ADC § 599.720.1BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 2. Administration
Division 1. Administrative Personnel
Chapter 3. Department of Human Resources
Subchapter 1. General Civil Service Rules
Article 7. Moving and Relocation Expenses
2 CCR § 599.720.1
§ 599.720.1. Reimbursement for Movement of a Mobile Home - Excluded Employees.
For the movement of a mobile home that contains the household effects of an officer or employee, and has served as the employee's residence at the previous location at the time of notification of relocation, reimbursement will be allowed as follows:
(a) Where transportation of the trailer coach is by a commercial mobile home transporter and receipts are submitted:
(1) For tolls, taxes, charges, fees or permits fixed by the state or local authority required for the transportation or assembly of trailer coaches actually incurred by the employee.
(2) Charges for disassembly and assembly of the trailer, including, but not limited to, disassembly and assembly of trailer, skirts, awnings, porches, the trailer coach itself and other miscellaneous documented, itemized expenses related to the dissolution of the old household and/or the establishment of the new household, up to $2,500 unless an exception is approved by the appointing power.
(3) Reimbursement will be allowed for the actual cost supported by voucher of rental and installation of wheels and axles necessary to comply with the requirements of the California Vehicle Code, chapter 5, article 1.
(4) Three competitive bids shall be obtained and reimbursement will be approved at the lowest bid. Based on information documenting the attempt to obtain three bids as provided by the employee, the appointing power may waive the three-bid requirement.
(5) Reimbursement received under this section precludes any additional reimbursement for miscellaneous expenses under section 599.715.1 of these regulations.
(6) Movement of the trailer coach at rates not exceeding the minimum rates established by the California Public Utilities Commission for mobile home transporters:
(A) charges at California Public Utilities Commission minimum rates to obtain permits identified above;
(B) storage-in-transit for up to 60 calendar days at California Public Utilities Commission minimum rates, unless an extension is approved by the appointing authority.
(b) Where transportation of the coach is by the employee, expense may be claimed for a one-way trip by submitting gasoline receipts.
(c) Reimbursement will not be allowed for:
(1) Purchase of parts and materials except for those items necessary to comply with minimum requirements of the California Code of Regulations, title 25, chapter 5.
(2) Repairs including tires and tubes, and breakdown in transit.
(3) Costs associated with maintenance or repair of the trailer coach.
(4) Costs for separate shipment of household effects by a household goods carrier unless that is determined to be the most economical method of transport.
(5) Costs associated with the movement or handling of permanent structures.
(d) All claims related to the movement of a trailer coach and the household goods therein require receipts and shall be submitted no later than 2 years and 60 days from the effective date of appointment, or 15 days prior to voluntary separation, whichever is first. No extensions will be granted.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 18502, 19815.4(d) and 19820, Government Code. Reference: Section 19841, Government Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 12-27-95; operative 1-1-96. Submitted to OAL for printing only pursuant to Government Code section 3539.5 (Register 95, No. 52).
2. Change without regulatory effect amending section and Note filed 10-13-2014 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2014, No. 42).
This database is current through 3/20/20 Register 2020, No. 12
2 CCR § 599.720.1, 2 CA ADC § 599.720.1
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