Welfare and Institutions Code Section 15657

Compiled December, 2012

Our review of the annotated history reveals the following legislative history (every “c.” below represents a separate legislative bill):

Added: 1991, c. 774 – at this time, the language of subdivision (b) was present
•  1997, c. 724: amended subdivision (b) to substitute “Section 337.34 of the Code of Civil Procedure” for “subdivision (c) of Section 573 of the Probate Code.”
•  2002, c. 664: nonsubstantive code maintenance bill;
•  2004, c. 183 and 2004, c. 886: in the preliminary paragraph, substituted “or neglect as defined in Section 15610.57,” for “ neglect as defined in Section 15610.57, or financial abuse as defined in Section 15610.30”; and in the same sentence, inserted “the following shall apply,”.

Four bills affected this section.                          

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