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California Code, Code of Civil Procedure - CCP § 129

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Sec. 2. (a) As used in this chapter, ?health club? means an establishment at which:

(1)?an individual, a corporation, a limited liability company, a partnership, an association, a firm, an educational institution, or any other business enterprise offers:

(A)?instruction, training, or assistance in physical fitness that is focused primarily on cardiovascular exertion; ?or

(B)?facilities for the:



(iii)?encouragement; ?or


of physical fitness or well-being; ?and

(2)?at least:

(A)?fifty (50) persons have:

(i)?purchased; ?or

(ii)?paid a fee for;

the right to use the physical fitness facilities; ?or

(B)?thirty (30) pieces of motorized physical fitness equipment are provided for use by individuals.

(b)?The term includes the following:

(1)?Health spas and studios.

(2)?Sports centers.

(3)?Weight control studios.

(4)?Gymnasiums and workout centers in schools, colleges, and universities.

(c)?The term does not include a workout center in:

(1)?a hospital licensed under IC 16-21 or a health facility licensed under IC 16-28;

(2)?a hotel or motel, unless the workout center allows membership by individuals who are not guests of the hotel or motel; ?or

(3)?an apartment, a condominium, or a town home complex.

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