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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 6461-6465



6461.  Any person or persons claiming any interest in or to real
property which is alleged to be claimed by the State of California to
be situated in the former bed of a navigable river or stream in this
State, may bring suit against the State of California, in accordance
with law in any court of competent jurisdiction of the State, to
quiet title to such property and may prosecute the action to final
judgment. If the judgment be given against the State in such suit, no
costs shall be recovered against the State.



6462.  Service of summons in a suit shall be upon the chair of the
State Lands Commission and the Attorney General and it shall be the
duty of the Attorney General to represent the state in the suit.



6463.  Any person or persons claiming title under a patent of
tideland, issued by the State of California, may bring suit against
the State, or against the State with others, in accordance with law
in any court of competent jurisdiction of the State, to quiet title
or otherwise determine the validity of such patent or establish
boundaries of the land granted thereby or both, and may prosecute the
action to final judgment. Service of summons on the State in any
such suit shall be made in the manner provided in Section 6462 of
this code. If judgment is given against the State in any such action
or proceeding, no costs shall be recovered from the State thereunder.




6464.  Any person or persons claiming title to land adjoining tide
or submerged land, herein called "adjoining land," under a patent
issued by the United States of America or the State of California,
may bring suit against the State, or against the State with others,
in accordance with law in any court of competent jurisdiction of the
State, to fix and determine the boundary between said adjoining land
and the tide or submerged land which it adjoins, and may prosecute
the action to final judgment. Service of summons on the State in any
such suit shall be made in the manner as provided in Section 6462 of
this code. If judgment is given against the State in any such action
or proceeding, no costs shall be recovered from the State thereunder.




6465.  The complaint in any action pursuant to this chapter shall,
on request, contain a plat of the property to which the action
relates which shows the location of the property in relation to a
monument in a survey of record.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 6461-6465

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 6461-6465



6461.  Any person or persons claiming any interest in or to real
property which is alleged to be claimed by the State of California to
be situated in the former bed of a navigable river or stream in this
State, may bring suit against the State of California, in accordance
with law in any court of competent jurisdiction of the State, to
quiet title to such property and may prosecute the action to final
judgment. If the judgment be given against the State in such suit, no
costs shall be recovered against the State.



6462.  Service of summons in a suit shall be upon the chair of the
State Lands Commission and the Attorney General and it shall be the
duty of the Attorney General to represent the state in the suit.



6463.  Any person or persons claiming title under a patent of
tideland, issued by the State of California, may bring suit against
the State, or against the State with others, in accordance with law
in any court of competent jurisdiction of the State, to quiet title
or otherwise determine the validity of such patent or establish
boundaries of the land granted thereby or both, and may prosecute the
action to final judgment. Service of summons on the State in any
such suit shall be made in the manner provided in Section 6462 of
this code. If judgment is given against the State in any such action
or proceeding, no costs shall be recovered from the State thereunder.




6464.  Any person or persons claiming title to land adjoining tide
or submerged land, herein called "adjoining land," under a patent
issued by the United States of America or the State of California,
may bring suit against the State, or against the State with others,
in accordance with law in any court of competent jurisdiction of the
State, to fix and determine the boundary between said adjoining land
and the tide or submerged land which it adjoins, and may prosecute
the action to final judgment. Service of summons on the State in any
such suit shall be made in the manner as provided in Section 6462 of
this code. If judgment is given against the State in any such action
or proceeding, no costs shall be recovered from the State thereunder.




6465.  The complaint in any action pursuant to this chapter shall,
on request, contain a plat of the property to which the action
relates which shows the location of the property in relation to a
monument in a survey of record.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 6461-6465

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 6461-6465



6461.  Any person or persons claiming any interest in or to real
property which is alleged to be claimed by the State of California to
be situated in the former bed of a navigable river or stream in this
State, may bring suit against the State of California, in accordance
with law in any court of competent jurisdiction of the State, to
quiet title to such property and may prosecute the action to final
judgment. If the judgment be given against the State in such suit, no
costs shall be recovered against the State.



6462.  Service of summons in a suit shall be upon the chair of the
State Lands Commission and the Attorney General and it shall be the
duty of the Attorney General to represent the state in the suit.



6463.  Any person or persons claiming title under a patent of
tideland, issued by the State of California, may bring suit against
the State, or against the State with others, in accordance with law
in any court of competent jurisdiction of the State, to quiet title
or otherwise determine the validity of such patent or establish
boundaries of the land granted thereby or both, and may prosecute the
action to final judgment. Service of summons on the State in any
such suit shall be made in the manner provided in Section 6462 of
this code. If judgment is given against the State in any such action
or proceeding, no costs shall be recovered from the State thereunder.




6464.  Any person or persons claiming title to land adjoining tide
or submerged land, herein called "adjoining land," under a patent
issued by the United States of America or the State of California,
may bring suit against the State, or against the State with others,
in accordance with law in any court of competent jurisdiction of the
State, to fix and determine the boundary between said adjoining land
and the tide or submerged land which it adjoins, and may prosecute
the action to final judgment. Service of summons on the State in any
such suit shall be made in the manner as provided in Section 6462 of
this code. If judgment is given against the State in any such action
or proceeding, no costs shall be recovered from the State thereunder.




6465.  The complaint in any action pursuant to this chapter shall,
on request, contain a plat of the property to which the action
relates which shows the location of the property in relation to a
monument in a survey of record.

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