Public Resources Code Section 30610

Compiled May, 2011

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

Prior History: Former Public Resources Code § 27405, added by initiative act approved 11/7/1972; amended 1973, c. 1014
Added: 1976, c. 1330 (Coastal Act – 4 CD set – see discussion below)
•  1976, c. 1331: deleted subdivisions (f) and (g)
•  1978, c. 1075: in subdivision (d), relating to certain categories of development, deleted “by regulation,” following “that the commission,”.
•  1979, c. 919: added subdivision (b), relating to improvements to structures; redesignated former subdivisions. (b) to (e) as subdivisions. (c) to (f); in newly designated subdivision (e), inserted “where such exclusion precedes certification of the applicable local coastal program;” and added subdivision (g), relating to replacement of structures destroyed by disaster.
•  1982, c. 43: in subdivision (f), inserted “however,” following “provided,”; and added subdivision (h), relating to conversions to time-share project, estate or use.
•  1982, c. 1470: in the first sentence of the introductory paragraph, deleted “to the contrary” following “in this division”; and, in subdivision (g), in the first paragraph, relating to replacement structures, substituted “a disaster” for “natural disaster”, in the second paragraph, defining disaster, deleted “natural” preceding “disaster”, added the fourth paragraph, defining structure, and made nonsubstantive changes.
•  1992, c. 1088: in the introductory paragraph, substituted “any other provision of” for “any provision in”; in subdivisions. (a) and (b), substituted “pursuant to” for “under”; in subdivision (g), added paragraph and subparagraph designations and made nonsubstantive changes; and added subdivision (i), relating to proposed developments as temporary events.
•  2004, c. 697: in subdivision (h), substituted “Section 11212 of the Business and Professions Code” for “Section 11003.5 of the Business and Professions Code”.

10 bills affected this section.                          

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