California Government Code Section 830
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830. As used in this chapter:
(a) "Dangerous condition" means a condition of property that
creates a substantial (as distinguished from a minor, trivial or
insignificant) risk of injury when such property or adjacent property
is used with due care in a manner in which it is reasonably
foreseeable that it will be used.
(b) "Protect against" includes repairing, remedying or correcting
a dangerous condition, providing safeguards against a dangerous
condition, or warning of a dangerous condition.
(c) "Property of a public entity" and "public property" mean real
or personal property owned or controlled by the public entity, but do
not include easements, encroachments and other property that are
located on the property of the public entity but are not owned or
controlled by the public entity.
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Last modified: October 1, 2013