2009 California Civil Code - Section 800.200-800.201 :: Article 9. Actions, Proceedings, And Penalties

CIVIL CODE
SECTION 800.200-800.201

800.200.  In any action arising out of the provisions of this
chapter the prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable attorney'
s fees and costs. A party shall be deemed a prevailing party for the
purposes of this section if the judgment is rendered in his or her
favor or where the litigation is dismissed in his or her favor prior
to or during the trial, unless the parties otherwise agree in the
settlement or compromise.
   In the event a homeowner or former homeowner of a floating home
marina is the prevailing party in a civil action against the
management to enforce his or her rights under the provisions of this
chapter, the homeowner, in addition to damages afforded by law, may,
in the discretion of the court, be awarded an amount not to exceed
five hundred dollars ($500) for each willful violation of those
provisions by the management.

800.201.  (a) The substantial failure of the management to provide
and maintain physical improvements in the common facilities in good
working order and condition shall be deemed a public nuisance.
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 3491, such a nuisance only
may be remedied by a civil action or abatement.
   (b) The substantial violation of a floating home marina rule shall
be deemed a public nuisance. Notwithstanding the provisions of
Section 3491, such a nuisance only may be remedied by a civil action
or abatement.

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