2009 California Civil Code - Section 880.240-880.260 :: Article 2. Application Of Title

SECTION 880.240-880.260

880.240.  The following interests are not subject to expiration or
expiration of record pursuant to this title:
   (a) The interest of a person in possession (including use or
occupancy) of real property and the interest of a person under whom a
person in possession claims, to the extent the possession would have
been revealed by reasonable inspection or inquiry.
   (b) An interest of the United States or pursuant to federal law in
real property that is not subjected by federal law to the recording
requirements of the state and that has not terminated under federal
   (c) An interest of the state or a local public entity in real
   (d) A conservation easement pursuant to Chapter 4 (commencing with
Section 815) of Title 2.

880.250.  (a) The times prescribed in this title for expiration or
expiration of record of an interest in real property or for
enforcement, for bringing an action, or for doing any other required
act are absolute and apply notwithstanding any disability or lack of
knowledge of any person or any provisions for tolling a statute of
limitation and notwithstanding any longer time applicable pursuant to
any statute of limitation.
   (b) Nothing in this title extends the period for enforcement, for
bringing an action, or for doing any other required act, or revives
an interest in real property that expires and is unenforceable,
pursuant to any applicable statute of limitation.

880.260.  An interest in real property, as specified in this title,
does not expire or expire of record and is not unenforceable pursuant
to this title at the time prescribed in this title if within the
time an action is commenced to enforce, establish, clear title to, or
otherwise affect the interest and a notice of the pendency of the
action is recorded as provided by law. For the purpose of this
section, action includes special proceeding and arbitration

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