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Second District Addresses ‘Conflicting Mandates’ of Mobile Home Park Conversion Law, Coastal Act and Mello Act
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Pacific Palisades Bowl Mobile Estates LLC. v. City of Los Angles, 187 Cal.App.4th
In a case involving the planned subdivision of a mobile home park in a coastal zone to residential ownership, the Second Appellate District resolved the conflicting mandates of Government Code § 66427.5, the Mello Act, and the Coastal Act. The court also addressed issues and arguments regarding the Permit Streamlining Act, a thorough discussion of which is not included herein.
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Statutes - State) California) Coastal Act
Statutes - State) California) Mello Act
Statutes - State) California) Mobilehome Parks Act
Topics) Land Use) Coastal Lands
California) Los Angeles County
2nd District Court of Appeal
Pacific Palisades Bowl Mobile Estates, LLC v. City of Los Angeles