(a) “Advisory board” means the board appointed pursuant to section 12421. 1
(b) “Agricultural labor camp” means a tract of land and all tents, vehicles, buildings, or other structures pertaining
thereto, part of which is established, occupied, or used as living quarters for 5
or more migratory laborers engaged in agricultural activities, including related food
(c) “Camp operator” means a person who owns, establishes, operates, conducts, manages, or maintains
an agricultural labor camp or who causes or permits the occupancy or use of an agricultural
labor camp whether or not rent is charged for housing and facilities.
(d) “Fund” means the migratory labor housing fund.
(e) “Migratory laborer” means a person working, or available for work, who moves seasonally 1 or more times
from 1 place to another from within or without the state for the purpose of such employment
or availability or who is employed in the growing of mushrooms.
(f) “Person” means a person as defined in section 1106 2 or a governmental entity.
(g) “Remodeling” means the remodeling, improving, or reconstruction of existing housing or facilities
which are incidental or appurtenant thereto for migratory laborers or the construction
of new housing or facilities which are incidental or appurtenant thereto for migratory
(2) In addition, article 1 3 contains general definitions and principles of construction applicable to all articles
in this code.
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