2005 California Civil Code Sections 1750-1756 CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

SECTION 1750-1756

1750.  This title may be cited as the Consumers Legal Remedies Act.
1751.  Any waiver by a consumer of the provisions of this title is
contrary to public policy and shall be unenforceable and void.
1752.  The provisions of this title are not exclusive.  The remedies
provided herein for violation of any section of this title or for
conduct proscribed by any section of this title shall be in addition
to any other procedures or remedies for any violation or conduct
provided for in any other law.
   Nothing in this title shall limit any other statutory or any
common law rights of the Attorney General or any other person to
bring class actions.  Class actions by consumers brought under the
specific provisions of Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 1770) of
this title shall be governed exclusively by the provisions of Chapter
4 (commencing with Section 1780); however, this shall not be
construed so as to deprive a consumer of any statutory or common law
right to bring a class action without resort to this title.  If any
act or practice proscribed under this title also constitutes a cause
of action in common law or a violation of another statute, the
consumer may assert such common law or statutory cause of action
under the procedures and with the remedies provided for in such law.
1753.  If any provision of this title or the application thereof to
any person or circumstance is held to be unconstitutional, the
remainder of the title and the application of such provision to other
persons or circumstances shall not be affected thereby.
1754.  The provisions of this title shall not apply to any
transaction which provides for the construction, sale, or
construction and sale of an entire residence or all or part of a
structure designed for commercial or industrial occupancy, with or
without a parcel of real property or an interest therein, or for the
sale of a lot or parcel of real property, including any site
preparation incidental to such sale.
1755.  Nothing in this title shall apply to the owners or employees
of any advertising medium, including, but not limited to, newspapers,
magazines, broadcast stations, billboards and transit ads, by whom
any advertisement in violation of this title is published or
disseminated, unless it is established that such owners or employees
had knowledge of the deceptive methods, acts or practices declared to
be unlawful by Section 1770.
1756.  The substantive and procedural provisions of this title shall
only apply to actions filed on or after January 1, 1971.

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