2009 California Civil Code - Section 799.20-799.32 :: Article 1. Definitions

CIVIL CODE
SECTION 799.20-799.32

799.20.  This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the
Recreational Vehicle Park Occupancy Law.

799.21.  Unless the provisions or context otherwise require, the
following definitions shall govern the construction of this chapter.

799.22.  "Defaulting occupant" means an occupant who fails to pay
for his or her occupancy in a park or who fails to comply with
reasonable written rules and regulations of the park given to the
occupant upon registration.

799.23.  "Defaulting resident" means a resident who fails to pay for
his or her occupancy in a park, fails to comply with reasonable
written rules and regulations of the park given to the resident upon
registration or during the term of his or her occupancy in the park,
or who violates any of the provisions contained in Article 5
(commencing with Section 799.70).

799.24.  "Defaulting tenant" means a tenant who fails to pay for his
or her occupancy in a park or fails to comply with reasonable
written rules and regulations of the park given to the person upon
registration or during the term of his or her occupancy in the park.

799.25.  "Guest" means a person who is lawfully occupying a
recreational vehicle located in a park but who is not an occupant,
tenant, or resident. An occupant, tenant, or resident shall be
responsible for the actions of his or her guests.

799.26.  "Management" means the owner of a recreational vehicle park
or an agent or representative authorized to act on his or her behalf
in connection with matters relating to the park.

799.27.  "Occupancy" and "occupy" refer to the use of a recreational
vehicle park lot by an occupant, tenant, or resident.

799.28.  "Occupant" means the owner or operator of a recreational
vehicle who has occupied a lot in a park for 30 days or less.

799.29.  "Recreational vehicle" has the same meaning as defined in
Section 18010 of the Health and Safety Code.

799.30.  "Recreational vehicle park" or "park" has the same meaning
as defined in Section 18862.39 of the Health and Safety Code.

799.31.  "Resident" means a tenant who has occupied a lot in a park
for nine months or more.

799.32.  "Tenant" means the owner or operator of a recreational
vehicle who has occupied a lot in a park for more than 30 consecutive
days.

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