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California Code, Probate Code - PROB § 5139

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P.O.D.” means pay on death.

The administrative procedure involved in the adoption of any rules or regulations, or the issuance of any orders, by the commission under the provisions of this chapter must be in accordance with the provisions of chapter 38-08 governing the procedure in the administration of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act;  provided, however, that in the event of any emergencies found to exist by the commission which in its judgment requires the making, revoking, changing, amending, modifying, altering, enlarging, renewal or extension of renewal, regulation, or order without first having a hearing, the emergency rule, regulation, or order has the same validity as if a hearing with respect to the same had been held after due notice.  The emergency rule, regulation, or order permitted by this section remains in force no longer than fifteen days from its effective date, and in any event expires when the rule, regulation, or order, made after due notice and hearing with respect to the subject matter of the emergency rule, regulation, or order, becomes effective.

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