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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5800-5804



5800.  As used in this chapter "public entity" means any county,
city, or public district.



5801.  Whenever any public entity acquires, or has acquired, land
for the purpose of watershed protection, it shall not sell such land
without complying with the provisions of this chapter. As used in
this section, "land" does not include easements.




5802.  Except as provided in Section 5803, all sales by a public
entity of land described in Section 5801 shall first be approved by
ordinance which shall state that it is subject to the provisions for
referendum applicable to such public entity.
   Any ordinance subject to referendum under this section shall be
published after adoption as required by law for ordinances of the
public entity generally, or, if there be no such requirement
applicable to such ordinance, then once, pursuant to the provisions
of Section 6040 to 6044, inclusive, of the Government Code, within 15
days after the adoption of such ordinance.
   Any petition protesting the adoption of the ordinance shall be
filed with the public entity within 30 days from the date of final
passage of the ordinance.


5803.  This chapter shall not apply to sales or exchanges to
adjacent landowners, sales incident to land acquisitions, sales or
transfers to other public entities, or sales of parcels of 10 acres
or less in size, except that any such sales or transfers shall be
approved at a public meeting of the governing body of the public
entity.



5804.  If a public entity does not have statutory power to enact
ordinances, the governing body of such public entity is hereby
empowered to introduce and enact the ordinance required by Section
5802 at any regular or adjourned regular meeting.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5800-5804

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5800-5804



5800.  As used in this chapter "public entity" means any county,
city, or public district.



5801.  Whenever any public entity acquires, or has acquired, land
for the purpose of watershed protection, it shall not sell such land
without complying with the provisions of this chapter. As used in
this section, "land" does not include easements.




5802.  Except as provided in Section 5803, all sales by a public
entity of land described in Section 5801 shall first be approved by
ordinance which shall state that it is subject to the provisions for
referendum applicable to such public entity.
   Any ordinance subject to referendum under this section shall be
published after adoption as required by law for ordinances of the
public entity generally, or, if there be no such requirement
applicable to such ordinance, then once, pursuant to the provisions
of Section 6040 to 6044, inclusive, of the Government Code, within 15
days after the adoption of such ordinance.
   Any petition protesting the adoption of the ordinance shall be
filed with the public entity within 30 days from the date of final
passage of the ordinance.


5803.  This chapter shall not apply to sales or exchanges to
adjacent landowners, sales incident to land acquisitions, sales or
transfers to other public entities, or sales of parcels of 10 acres
or less in size, except that any such sales or transfers shall be
approved at a public meeting of the governing body of the public
entity.



5804.  If a public entity does not have statutory power to enact
ordinances, the governing body of such public entity is hereby
empowered to introduce and enact the ordinance required by Section
5802 at any regular or adjourned regular meeting.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5800-5804

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5800-5804



5800.  As used in this chapter "public entity" means any county,
city, or public district.



5801.  Whenever any public entity acquires, or has acquired, land
for the purpose of watershed protection, it shall not sell such land
without complying with the provisions of this chapter. As used in
this section, "land" does not include easements.




5802.  Except as provided in Section 5803, all sales by a public
entity of land described in Section 5801 shall first be approved by
ordinance which shall state that it is subject to the provisions for
referendum applicable to such public entity.
   Any ordinance subject to referendum under this section shall be
published after adoption as required by law for ordinances of the
public entity generally, or, if there be no such requirement
applicable to such ordinance, then once, pursuant to the provisions
of Section 6040 to 6044, inclusive, of the Government Code, within 15
days after the adoption of such ordinance.
   Any petition protesting the adoption of the ordinance shall be
filed with the public entity within 30 days from the date of final
passage of the ordinance.


5803.  This chapter shall not apply to sales or exchanges to
adjacent landowners, sales incident to land acquisitions, sales or
transfers to other public entities, or sales of parcels of 10 acres
or less in size, except that any such sales or transfers shall be
approved at a public meeting of the governing body of the public
entity.



5804.  If a public entity does not have statutory power to enact
ordinances, the governing body of such public entity is hereby
empowered to introduce and enact the ordinance required by Section
5802 at any regular or adjourned regular meeting.


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