California law

California law

California law consists of the Constitution of California (the state constitution) and California Statutes, comprising 29 codes.

ee also

*California State Legislature
*California Civil Code

External links

* [ The California Law Wiki]
* [ California legislative information] from the Office of Legislative Counsel of California
* [ California Legislative & Regulatory Sources] from the University of California, Berkeley Library System

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