(Enacted 1872.) A will is an act whereby a person is permitted, with the formalities prescribed by law, to control to a certain degree the disposition of this estate, to take effect after his death. The California Supreme Court has ruled that the immunity does not apply to state lands, although Government Code section 831.7 contains a similar immunity for - Wills in General Art. This Proclamation may be cited as the "Civil Code Proclamation, 1960". Section 265 Impossibility in case of alternative obligations Section 266 Performance in part Boundaries [829. Refreshed: 2018-05-15 SECTION 1. (667a) § 831.15 Civil penalties. / Section 831. § 831.665 Payment of deposits under §831.631, §831.632, §831.682, or §831.684 under pre-October 1, 1993, law or when the retiree has died prior to October 1, 1993. Boundaries Section 831. 36-831.Burial duties; notification requirements; failure to perform duty; veterans; immunity; definitions. 783. law of person which is provided starting from; Article 1: - Principle. Law of succession which is provided starting from; Article 826:- Opening of succession. 584 (codified at 28 U.S.C. The human person is the subject of rights from its birth to its death. An owner of land bounded by a road or street is presumed to own to the center of the way, but the contrary may be shown. 890, as amended by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015, Public Law 114-74, sec. California Codes > Civil Code > Division 2 > Part 2 > Title 3 > Chapter 1 > Article 2 > § 831 Current as of: 2019 | Check for updates | Other versions An owner of land bounded by a road or street is presumed to own to the center of the way, but the contrary may be shown. In the case of a company taxable under section 831(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (as amended by subsection (a)), any amount included in gross income under this paragraph shall be treated as gross investment income. - Wills SUBSECTION 1. In two Ninth Circuit cases, the section 846 immunity was held to apply to federal property. Cite as: Cal. PROPERTY [654 - 1422] ARTICLE 2. 2011 California Code Civil Code DIVISION 2. The NTSB is required by the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act of 1990, Public Law 101-410, 104 Stat. - 834.] An owner of land bounded by a road or street is presumed to own to the center of the way, but the contrary may be shown. (Simpson v. U.S. (1982) 652 F.2d 831). A. Section 831. CIV - Civil Code DIVISION 2 - PROPERTY [654 - 1422] PART 2 - REAL OR IMMOVABLE PROPERTY TITLE 3 - RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF OWNERS CHAPTER 1 - Rights of Owners ARTICLE 2 - Boundaries Section 831. Except as provided pursuant to subsection I or J of this section, the duty of burying the body of or providing other funeral and disposition arrangements for a dead person devolves in the following order: 831.15 Civil penalties. Civil Code §831. § 831.671 Proof of eligibility for a child's annuity. CA Civ Code § 831 (through 2012 Leg Sess) What's This? You are here: California / Civil Code - CIV / ARTICLE 2. Division 2, Property; Part 2, Real or Immovable Property; Title 3, Rights and Obligations of Owners; Chapter 1, Rights of Owners; Article 2, Boundaries; Section 831. This law governs several legal issues. 701, 129 Stat.