2009 California Civil Code - Section 800.60-800.61 :: Article 5. Homeowner MeetingsCIVIL CODE
800.60. The management shall permit meetings by homeowners or residents of a floating home in the marina, or any or all of them, relating to floating home living or social or educational purposes, including forums for or speeches of public officials or candidates for public office, to be held in any community facility if the meeting is held at reasonable hours and when the facility is not otherwise in use. The management's private office is not to be considered a community facility unless so designated by the management. 800.61. The management shall meet and consult with the homeowners, upon written request, within 30 days of the request, either individually, collectively, or with representatives of a group of homeowners who have signed a request to be so represented on the following matters: (a) Amendments to floating home marina rules and regulations. (b) Standards for maintenance or physical improvements in the floating home marina. (c) Addition, alteration, or deletion of services, equipment or physical improvements. (d) Rental agreements offered pursuant to Article 2 (commencing with Section 800.20). Any collective meeting shall be conducted only after notice thereof has been given to all the requesting homeowners 10 days or more before the meeting.
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