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Absent the express written statement of the grantor contained therein, the consolidation of separate and distinct legal descriptions of real property contained in one or more deeds, mortgages, patents, deeds of trust, contracts of sale, or other instruments of conveyance or security documents, into a subsequent single deed, mortgage, patent, deed of trust, contract of sale, or other instrument of conveyance or security document (whether by means of an individual listing of the legal descriptions in a subsequent single instrument of conveyance or security document, or by means of a consolidated legal description comprised of more than one previously separate and distinct legal description), does not operate in any manner to alter or affect the separate and distinct nature of the real property so described in the subsequent single instrument of conveyance or security document containing either the listing of or the consolidated legal description of the parcels so conveyed or secured thereby.
This section does not constitute a change in, but is declaratory of, the existing law.
(a) The first appointees shall be appointed by the fifth legislative day of the 1993 Regular Session of the Legislature and shall serve until their successors are appointed on the fifth day of the 1995 Regular Session of the Legislature. In the event of death or resignation of any member of the advisory board, a successor shall be appointed by the person or entity that made the original appointment and the successor appointed to the vacancy shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term. Subsequent appointments to the board shall be for full four-year legislative terms. The board shall elect from its membership a chair and a vice chair at an organizational meeting held no later than 30 days after appointments to the board are finalized. Thereafter, the board shall meet at the call of the chair, vice chair, or upon the request of five or more members, with notice and procedure as prescribed by the rules of the board. The body may adopt administrative rules for transacting business that are consistent with this chapter.
(b) A majority of the members of the board shall constitute a quorum for transacting business or performing any duties.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - California Code, Civil Code - CIV § 1093 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ca/civil-code/civ-sect-1093/
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