2009 California Civil Code - Section 799.70-799.71 :: Article 5. Defaulting Residents

CIVIL CODE
SECTION 799.70-799.71

799.70.  The management may terminate or refuse to renew the right
of occupancy of a defaulting resident upon the giving of a written
notice to the defaulting resident in the manner prescribed by Section
1162 of the Code of Civil Procedure to remove the recreational
vehicle from the park. This notice shall provide not less than 60
days' notice of termination of the right of occupancy and shall
specify one of the following reasons for the termination of the right
of occupancy:
   (a) Nonpayment of rent, utilities, or reasonable incidental
service charges; provided, that the amount due has been unpaid for a
period of five days from its due date, and provided that the resident
shall be given a three-day written notice subsequent to that
five-day period to pay the total amount due or to vacate the park.
For purposes of this subdivision, the five-day period does not
include the date the payment is due. The three-day notice shall be
given to the resident in the manner prescribed by Section 1162 of the
Code of Civil Procedure. The three-day notice may be given at the
same time as the 60-day notice required for termination of the right
of occupancy; provided, however, that any payment of the total
charges due, prior to the expiration of the three-day period, shall
cure any default of the resident. In the event the resident does not
pay prior to the expiration of the three-day notice period, the
resident shall remain liable for all payments due up until the time
the tenancy is vacated.
   (b) Failure of the resident to comply with a local ordinance or
state law or regulation relating to the recreational vehicle park or
recreational vehicles within a reasonable time after the resident or
the management receives a notice of noncompliance from the
appropriate governmental agency and the resident has been provided
with a copy of that notice.
   (c) Conduct by the resident or guest, upon the park premises,
which constitutes a substantial annoyance to other occupants,
tenants, or residents.
   (d) Conviction of the resident of prostitution, or a felony
controlled substance offense, if the act resulting in the conviction
was committed anywhere on the premises of the park, including, but
not limited to, within the resident's recreational vehicle.
   However, the right of occupancy may not be terminated for the
reason specified in this subdivision if the person convicted of the
offense has permanently vacated, and does not subsequently reoccupy,
the recreational vehicle.
   (e) Failure of the resident or a guest to comply with a rule or
regulation of the park which is part of the rental agreement or any
amendment thereto.
   No act or omission of the resident or guest shall constitute a
failure to comply with a rule or regulation unless the resident has
been notified in writing of the violation and has failed to correct
the violation within seven days of the issuance of the written
notification.
   (f) Condemnation of the park.
   (g) Change of use of the park or any portion thereof.

799.71.  Evictions pursuant to this article shall be subject to the
requirements set forth in Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 1159) of
Title 3 of Part 3 of the Code of Civil Procedure, except as
otherwise provided in this article.

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