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California Code, Probate Code - PROB § 11754

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Expenses of administration of the estate shall include reasonable storage, delivery, and shipping costs for distribution of tangible personal property to a distributee.

1. If a member of a cooperative association intends to distribute information to other members of a cooperative association and the member does not have a list of the members of the cooperative association, the member may request the board of directors to distribute the information for the member.

2. The board of directors shall adopt a policy which permits the distribution of materials or information to members of a cooperative association by request of a member when the purpose of the request concerns directly the action of the board of directors of the cooperative association.

3. The board of directors shall distribute for a member such material or information requested, provided that the board of directors may charge the member for the mailing costs incurred by the cooperative association in distributing the information.

4. Cooperative associations subject to regulation under chapter 476 are exempt from the provisions of this section.

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