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1942.6.  Any person entering onto residential real property, upon
the invitation of an occupant, during reasonable hours or because of
emergency circumstances, for the purpose of providing information
regarding tenants' rights or to participate in a lessees' association
or association of tenants or an association that advocates tenants'
rights shall not be liable in any criminal or civil action for
trespass.
   The Legislature finds and declares that this section is
declaratory of existing law. Nothing in this section shall be
construed to enlarge or diminish the rights of any person under
existing law.
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