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85.  An action or special proceeding shall be treated as a limited
civil case if all of the following conditions are satisfied, and,
notwithstanding any statute that classifies an action or special
proceeding as a limited civil case, an action or special proceeding
shall not be treated as a limited civil case unless all of the
following conditions are satisfied:
   (a) The amount in controversy does not exceed twenty-five thousand
dollars ($25,000). As used in this section, "amount in controversy"
means the amount of the demand, or the recovery sought, or the value
of the property, or the amount of the lien, that is in controversy in
the action, exclusive of attorneys' fees, interest, and costs.
   (b) The relief sought is a type that may be granted in a limited
civil case.
   (c) The relief sought, whether in the complaint, a
cross-complaint, or otherwise, is exclusively of a type described in
one or more statutes that classify an action or special proceeding as
a limited civil case or that provide that an action or special
proceeding is within the original jurisdiction of the municipal
court, including, but not limited to, the following provisions:
   (1) Section 798.61 or 798.88 of the Civil Code.
   (2) Section 1719 of the Civil Code.
   (3) Section 3342.5 of the Civil Code.
   (4) Section 86.
   (5) Section 86.1.
   (6) Section 1710.20.
   (7) Section 7581 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (8) Section 12647 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (9) Section 27601 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (10) Section 31503 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (11) Section 31621 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (12) Section 52514 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (13) Section 53564 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (14) Section 53069.4 of the Government Code.
   (15) Section 53075.6 of the Government Code.
   (16) Section 53075.61 of the Government Code.
   (17) Section 5411.5 of the Public Utilities Code.
   (18) Section 9872.1 of the Vehicle Code.
   (19) Section 10751 of the Vehicle Code.
   (20) Section 14607.6 of the Vehicle Code.
   (21) Section 40230 of the Vehicle Code.
   (22) Section 40256 of the Vehicle Code.
   (d) This section shall remain in effect only until January 1,
2016, and as of that date is repealed, unless a later enacted
statute, that is enacted before January 1, 2016, deletes or extends
that date.


85.  An action or special proceeding shall be treated as a limited
civil case if all of the following conditions are satisfied, and,
notwithstanding any statute that classifies an action or special
proceeding as a limited civil case, an action or special proceeding
shall not be treated as a limited civil case unless all of the
following conditions are satisfied:
   (a) The amount in controversy does not exceed twenty-five thousand
dollars ($25,000). As used in this section, "amount in controversy"
means the amount of the demand, or the recovery sought, or the value
of the property, or the amount of the lien, that is in controversy in
the action, exclusive of attorneys' fees, interest, and costs.
   (b) The relief sought is a type that may be granted in a limited
civil case.
   (c) The relief sought, whether in the complaint, a
cross-complaint, or otherwise, is exclusively of a type described in
one or more statutes that classify an action or special proceeding as
a limited civil case or that provide that an action or special
proceeding is within the original jurisdiction of the municipal
court, including, but not limited to, the following provisions:
   (1) Section 798.61 of the Civil Code.
   (2) Section 1719 of the Civil Code.
   (3) Section 3342.5 of the Civil Code.
   (4) Section 86.
   (5) Section 86.1.
   (6) Section 1710.20.
   (7) Section 7581 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (8) Section 12647 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (9) Section 27601 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (10) Section 31503 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (11) Section 31621 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (12) Section 52514 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (13) Section 53564 of the Food and Agricultural Code.
   (14) Section 53069.4 of the Government Code.
   (15) Section 53075.6 of the Government Code.
   (16) Section 53075.61 of the Government Code.
   (17) Section 5411.5 of the Public Utilities Code.
   (18) Section 9872.1 of the Vehicle Code.
   (19) Section 10751 of the Vehicle Code.
   (20) Section 14607.6 of the Vehicle Code.
   (21) Section 40230 of the Vehicle Code.
   (22) Section 40256 of the Vehicle Code.
   (d) This section shall become operative on January 1, 2016.

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