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Blumberg California Family Code Annotated, 2023 ed. (California Desktop Codes)

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Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2023
Service #: 14535227
Sub #: 14535226
Pages: 2466
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Blumberg California Family Code Annotated, 2023 ed. (California Desktop Codes)



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Blumberg California Family Code Annotated is a comprehensive and authoritative presentation of the California Family Code and related state and federal statutes and rules of court involving the family. Law Revision Commission editorial notes provide additional guidance in the construction and application of particular sections, and references to Witkin’s Summary of California Law, 10th, offer guides to further research.

This annotated two-volume publication addresses family-related provisions from the:

  • California Constitution
  • Civil Code
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Corporations Code
  • Education Code
  • Evidence Code
  • Government Code
  • Insurance Code
  • Penal Code
  • Probate Code
  • Vehicle Code
  • Welfare and Institutions Code

It also contains:

  • Provisions from the United States Code
  • Text of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction
  • Selected coverage of Family Law Rules, Juvenile Court Rules, and other rules
  • Selected sections from the Standards of Judicial Administration
  • Tables of Judicial Council forms and jury instructions recommend appropriate documents for use with statutes and rules
  • Table of Cases, Table of Sections, and Table of Contents for easy research

Editorial features include underlining to indicate additions or changes in statutes and asterisks to indicate deletions in statutes.