2009 California Civil Code - Section 799.55-799.59 :: Article 3. Defaulting Occupants

CIVIL CODE
SECTION 799.55-799.59

799.55.  Except as provided in subdivision (b) of Section 1866, as a
prerequisite to the right of management to have a defaulting
occupant's recreational vehicle removed from the lot which is the
subject of the registration agreement between the park and the
occupant pursuant to Section 799.57, the management shall serve a
72-hour written notice as prescribed in Section 799.56. A defaulting
occupant may correct his or her payment deficiency within the 72-hour
period during normal business hours.

799.56.  (a) The 72-hour written notice shall be served by
delivering a copy to the defaulting occupant personally or to a
person of suitable age and discretion who is occupying the
recreational vehicle located on the lot. In the latter event, a copy
of the notice shall also be affixed in a conspicuous place on the
recreational vehicle and shall be sent through the mail addressed to
the occupant at the place where the property is located and, if
available, any other address which the occupant has provided to
management in the registration agreement. Delivery of the 72-hour
notice to a defaulting occupant who is incapable of removing the
occupant's recreational vehicle from the park because of a physical
incapacity shall not be sufficient to satisfy the requirements of
this section.
   (b) In the event that the defaulting occupant is incapable of
removing the occupant's recreational vehicle from the park because of
a physical incapacity or because the recreational vehicle is not
motorized and cannot be moved by the occupant's vehicle, the default
shall be cured within 72 hours, but the date to quit shall be no less
than seven days after service of the notice.
   (c) The management shall also serve a copy of the notice to the
city police if the park is located in a city, or, if the park is
located in an unincorporated area, to the county sheriff.

799.57.  The written 72-hour notice shall state that if the
defaulting occupant does not remove the recreational vehicle from the
premises of the park within 72 hours after receipt of the notice,
the management has authority pursuant to Section 799.58 to have the
recreational vehicle removed from the lot to the nearest secured
storage facility.

799.58.  Subsequent to serving a copy of the notice specified in
this article to the city police or county sheriff, whichever is
appropriate, and after the expiration of 72 hours following service
of the notice on the defaulting occupant, the police or sheriff,
shall remove or cause to be removed any person in the recreational
vehicle. The management may then remove or cause the removal of a
defaulting occupant's recreational vehicle parked on the premises of
the park to the nearest secured storage facility. The notice shall be
void seven days after the date of service of the notice.

799.59.  When the management removes or causes the removal of a
defaulting occupant's recreational vehicle, the management and the
individual or entity that removes the recreational vehicle shall
exercise reasonable and ordinary care in removing the recreational
vehicle to the storage area.

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