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1541.  Any person aggrieved by a decision of the Controller or as to
whose claim the Controller has failed to make a decision within 180
days after the filing of the claim, may commence an action, naming
the Controller as a defendant, to establish his or her claim in the
superior court in any county or city and county in which the Attorney
General has an office. The action shall be brought within 90 days
after the decision of the Controller or within 270 days from the
filing of the claim if the Controller fails to make a decision. The
summons and a copy of the complaint shall be served upon the
Controller and the Attorney General and the Controller shall have 60
days within which to respond by answer. The action shall be tried
without a jury.

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