V C Section 22658.2 Removal From Common Interest Development

Removal From Common Interest Development

22658.2.  

 

Repealed Sec. 4, Ch. 609, Stats. 2006. Effective January 1, 2007.
The repealed section read as follows: “(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), an “association”, as defined in subdivision (a) of Section 1351 of the Civil Code, of a common interest development, as defined in subdivision (c) of Section 1351 of the Civil Code, may cause the removal of a vehicle parked on that property to the nearest public garage if all of the following requirements are satisfied:
(1) A sign not less than 17 by 22 inches in size with lettering not less than one inch in height appears at each entrance to the common interest development and contains both of the following:
(A) A statement that public parking is prohibited and all vehicles not authorized to park on the common interest development will be removed at the owner’s expense.
(B) The telephone number of the local traffic law enforcement agency.
The sign may also indicate that a citation may be issued for the violation.
(2) If the identity of the registered owner of the vehicle is known or readily ascertainable, the president of the association or his or her designee shall, within a reasonable time, notify the owner of the removal by first-class mail. If the identity of the owner of the vehicle is not known or ascertainable, the president of the association or his or her designee shall comply with subdivision (c) of Section 22853.
(3) The president of the association or his or her designee, gives or causes to be given, notice of the removal to the local traffic law enforcement agency immediately after the vehicle has been removed. The notice shall include a description of the vehicle, the license plate number, and the address from where the vehicle was removed.
(b) The association may cause the removal without notice of any vehicle parked in a marked fire lane, within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, in a parking space designated for disabled persons without proper authority, or in a manner which interferes with any entrance to, or exit from, the common interest development or any separate interest contained therein.
(c) Notwithstanding Section 1708 of the Civil Code, the association is not liable for any damages incurred by the vehicle owner because of the removal of a vehicle in compliance with this section or for any damage to the vehicle caused by the removal. However, the owner of a vehicle removed pursuant to this section may recover for any damage to the vehicle which results from any intentional or negligent act of the association or any person causing the removal of, or removing, the vehicle.
(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, subdivisions (f) to (k), inclusive, of Section 22658 apply to the removal of vehicles pursuant to this section.