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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4101-4104



4101.  "Person" includes any agency of the state, county, city,
district, or other local public agency, and any individual, firm,
association, partnership, business trust, corporation, limited
liability company, or company.


4102.  "State responsibility areas" means areas of the state in
which the financial responsibility of preventing and suppressing
fires has been determined by the board pursuant to Section 4125, to
be primarily the responsibility of the state.




4103.  "Forest fire" means a fire burning uncontrolled on lands
covered wholly or in part by timber, brush, grass, grain, or other
flammable vegetation.


4103.4.  "Open fire" means any fire, controlled or uncontrolled,
including a campfire, burning outside of any structure, mobilehome,
or living accommodation mounted on a motor vehicle. "Open fire" does
not include portable lanterns designed to emit light resulting from a
combustion process.


4103.5.  "Campfire" means a fire which is used for cooking, personal
warmth, lighting, ceremonial, or aesthetic purposes, including fires
contained within outdoor fireplaces and enclosed stoves with flues
or chimneys, stoves using jellied, liquid, solid, or gaseous fuels,
portable barbecue pits and braziers, or space heating devices which
are used outside any structure, mobilehome, or living accommodation
mounted on a motor vehicle. "Campfire" does not include portable
lanterns designed to emit light resulting from a combustion process.



4104.  The term "uncontrolled fire," as used in this division, means
any fire which threatens to destroy life, property, or resources and
either: (1) is unattended by any person; (2) is attended by persons
unable to prevent its unrestricted spread; or (3) is burning with
such velocity or intensity that it could not be readily controlled
with those ordinary tools available to private persons at the fire
scene.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 4101-4104

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4101-4104



4101.  "Person" includes any agency of the state, county, city,
district, or other local public agency, and any individual, firm,
association, partnership, business trust, corporation, limited
liability company, or company.


4102.  "State responsibility areas" means areas of the state in
which the financial responsibility of preventing and suppressing
fires has been determined by the board pursuant to Section 4125, to
be primarily the responsibility of the state.




4103.  "Forest fire" means a fire burning uncontrolled on lands
covered wholly or in part by timber, brush, grass, grain, or other
flammable vegetation.


4103.4.  "Open fire" means any fire, controlled or uncontrolled,
including a campfire, burning outside of any structure, mobilehome,
or living accommodation mounted on a motor vehicle. "Open fire" does
not include portable lanterns designed to emit light resulting from a
combustion process.


4103.5.  "Campfire" means a fire which is used for cooking, personal
warmth, lighting, ceremonial, or aesthetic purposes, including fires
contained within outdoor fireplaces and enclosed stoves with flues
or chimneys, stoves using jellied, liquid, solid, or gaseous fuels,
portable barbecue pits and braziers, or space heating devices which
are used outside any structure, mobilehome, or living accommodation
mounted on a motor vehicle. "Campfire" does not include portable
lanterns designed to emit light resulting from a combustion process.



4104.  The term "uncontrolled fire," as used in this division, means
any fire which threatens to destroy life, property, or resources and
either: (1) is unattended by any person; (2) is attended by persons
unable to prevent its unrestricted spread; or (3) is burning with
such velocity or intensity that it could not be readily controlled
with those ordinary tools available to private persons at the fire
scene.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 4101-4104

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 4101-4104



4101.  "Person" includes any agency of the state, county, city,
district, or other local public agency, and any individual, firm,
association, partnership, business trust, corporation, limited
liability company, or company.


4102.  "State responsibility areas" means areas of the state in
which the financial responsibility of preventing and suppressing
fires has been determined by the board pursuant to Section 4125, to
be primarily the responsibility of the state.




4103.  "Forest fire" means a fire burning uncontrolled on lands
covered wholly or in part by timber, brush, grass, grain, or other
flammable vegetation.


4103.4.  "Open fire" means any fire, controlled or uncontrolled,
including a campfire, burning outside of any structure, mobilehome,
or living accommodation mounted on a motor vehicle. "Open fire" does
not include portable lanterns designed to emit light resulting from a
combustion process.


4103.5.  "Campfire" means a fire which is used for cooking, personal
warmth, lighting, ceremonial, or aesthetic purposes, including fires
contained within outdoor fireplaces and enclosed stoves with flues
or chimneys, stoves using jellied, liquid, solid, or gaseous fuels,
portable barbecue pits and braziers, or space heating devices which
are used outside any structure, mobilehome, or living accommodation
mounted on a motor vehicle. "Campfire" does not include portable
lanterns designed to emit light resulting from a combustion process.



4104.  The term "uncontrolled fire," as used in this division, means
any fire which threatens to destroy life, property, or resources and
either: (1) is unattended by any person; (2) is attended by persons
unable to prevent its unrestricted spread; or (3) is burning with
such velocity or intensity that it could not be readily controlled
with those ordinary tools available to private persons at the fire
scene.


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