§ 38400 As used in this article, “original dedicator” includes any person, or …
§ 38401 “Abutting property” includes any property adjoining, or fronting on …
§ 38402 As used in this article, “interested person” means any person owning …
§ 38403 The legislative body may abandon a park and sell the land comprising …
§ 38404 Proceedings are initiated when the legislative body adopts a …
§ 38405 The resolution shall be published once a week for at least the three …
§ 38406 At the time fixed, the legislative body shall meet and hear and pass …
§ 38407 If the original dedicator or the owners of a majority of the lots …
§ 38408 If the original dedicator does not protest, the majority of such …
§ 38409 Upon ordering the park abandoned, the legislative body shall appoint …
§ 38410 The appraisers shall proceed with diligence to determine the damages …
§ 38411 Without delay the clerk shall give notice of the filing, stating the …
§ 38412 The notice shall be published for at least two weeks before the …
§ 38413 At the time fixed, the legislative body shall pass on the report and …
§ 38414 Upon adoption of the report, warrants shall be drawn in favor of the …
§ 38415 The legislative body may employ and fix the compensation of such …
§ 38416 The legislative body may determine when and at what price or terms …
§ 38417 When authorized by a majority vote of the legislative body, the mayor …
§ 38418 The sale proceeds shall be deposited in the city treasury in a …

Terms Used In California Codes > Government Code > Title 4 > Division 3 > Part 2 > Chapter 9 > Article 1