California Government Code CHAPTER 11 - Enforcement

  • Section 91000.
      (a) Any person who knowingly or willfully violates any provision of this title is guilty of a misdemeanor.(b) In addition to other penalties provided by law, a...
  • Section 91000.5.
      No administrative action brought pursuant to Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 83100) alleging a violation of any of the provisions of this title shall be...
  • Section 91001.
      (a) The Attorney General is responsible for enforcing the criminal provisions of this title with respect to state agencies, lobbyists and state elections. The district attorney...
  • Section 91001.5.
      In any case in which a district attorney could act as the civil or criminal prosecutor under the provisions of this title, the elected city...
  • Section 91002.
      No person convicted of a misdemeanor under this title shall be a candidate for any elective office or act as a lobbyist for a period...
  • Section 91003.
      (a) Any person residing in the jurisdiction may sue for injunctive relief to enjoin violations or to compel compliance with the provisions of this title. The...
  • Section 91003.5.
      Any person who violates a provision of Article 2 (commencing with Section 87200), 3 (commencing with Section 87300), or 4.5 (commencing with Section 87450) of...
  • Section 91004.
      Any person who intentionally or negligently violates any of the reporting requirements of this title shall be liable in a civil action brought by the...
  • Section 91005.
      (a) Any person who makes or receives a contribution, gift, or expenditure in violation of Section 84300, 84304, 86203, or 86204 is liable in a civil...
  • Section 91005.5.
      Any person who violates any provision of this title, except Sections 84305, 84307, and 89001, for which no specific civil penalty is provided, shall be...
  • Section 91006.
      If two or more persons are responsible for any violation, they shall be jointly and severally liable.(Repealed and added by Stats. 2000, Ch. 102, Sec....
  • Section 91007.
      (a) Any person, before filing a civil action pursuant to Sections 91004 and 91005, must first file with the civil prosecutor a written request for the...
  • Section 91008.
      Not more than one judgment on the merits with respect to any violation may be obtained under Sections 91004 and 91005. Actions brought for the...
  • Section 91008.5.
      No civil action may be filed under Section 91004, 91005, or 91005.5 with regard to any person for any violations of this title after the...
  • Section 91009.
      In determining the amount of liability under Sections 91004 or 91005, the court may take into account the seriousness of the violation and the degree...
  • Section 91010.
      No request to the civil prosecutor pursuant to Section 91007 shall be made or filed in connection with a report or statement required by Chapter...
  • Section 91011.
      (a) No civil action alleging a violation in connection with a report or statement required by Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 84100) shall be filed more...
  • Section 91012.
      The court may award to a plaintiff or defendant other than an agency, who prevails in any action authorized by this title his costs of...
  • Section 91013.
      (a) If any person files an original statement or report after any deadline imposed by this act, he or she shall, in addition to any other...
  • Section 91013.5.
      (a) In addition to any other available remedies, the commission or the filing officer may bring a civil action and obtain a judgment in superior court...
  • Section 91013.7.
      (a) If the time for judicial review of a final Commission order or decision has lapsed, or if all means of judicial review of the order...
  • Section 91014.
      Nothing in this chapter shall exempt any person from applicable provisions of any other laws of this state.(Added June 4, 1974, by initiative Proposition 9.)

Last modified: October 5, 2018