§4202 - Commercial and Industrial Developments

  1. The following provisions do not apply to a common interest development that is limited to industrial or commercial uses by zoning or by a declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions that has been recorded in the official records of each county in which the common interest development is located:
    1. Section 4275.
    2. Article 5 (commencing with Section 4340) of Chapter 3.
    3. Article 2 (commencing with Section 4525), and Article 3 (commencing with Section 4575), of Chapter 4.
    4. Section 4600.
    5. Section 4740.
    6. Section 4765.
    7. Sections 5300, 5305, 5565, and 5810, and paragraph (7) of subdivision (a) of Section 5310.
    8. Sections 5500 through 5560, inclusive.
    9. Subdivision (b) of Section 5600.
    10. Subdivision (b) of Section 5605.
  2. The Legislature finds that the provisions listed in subdivision (a) are appropriate to protect purchasers in residential common interest developments, however, the provisions may not be necessary to protect purchasers in commercial or industrial developments since the application of those provisions could result in unnecessary burdens and costs for these types of developments.
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Location in "Old" Davis-Stirling:

4202 to §1373 4202(a)(4) to §1363.07(a)(3)(F)