2009 California Civil Code - Section 23-23.6 :: Effect Of The 1872 Codes

CIVIL CODE
SECTION 23-23.6

23.  With relation to the laws passed at the 1872 Session of the
Legislature, the Political Code, Civil Code, Code of Civil Procedure,
and Penal Code, shall be construed as though each had been passed on
the first day of the session.

23.1.  The provisions of any law passed at the 1872 Session of the
Legislature which contravene or are inconsistent with the provisions
of any of the four codes passed at the 1872 Session prevail.

23.2.  With relation to each other, the provisions of the four codes
shall be construed as though all such codes had been passed at the
same moment of time and were parts of the same statute.

23.3.  If the provisions of any title conflict with or contravene
the provisions of another title, the provisions of each title shall
prevail as to all matters and questions arising out of the subject
matter of the title.

23.4.  If the provisions of any chapter conflict with or contravene
the provisions of another chapter of the same title, the provisions
of each chapter shall prevail as to all matters and questions arising
out of the subject matter of the chapter.

23.5.  If the provisions of any article conflict with or contravene
the provisions of another article of the same chapter, the provisions
of each article shall prevail as to all matters and questions
arising out of the subject matter of the article.

23.6.  If conflicting provisions are found in different sections of
the same chapter or article, the provisions of the sections last in
numerical order shall prevail, unless such construction is
inconsistent with the meaning of the chapter or article.


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