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Notice in California

Legislative Meaning of 4-Day File Notice

Officially known as Joint Rule 62(a), the requirement that all bills for the first committee of reference be noticed in the Daily File for four days prior to committee hearings where they will be considered. The second or subsequent committees of reference only require a notice of two days. See more about California legislative definitions (including Notice).

California Notice

This section covers California-specific basic information on notice and related topics. Many of California's laws on notice are similar to those of other U.S. states, with some differences (in some cases, minor differences). California notice laws on notice are created and revised by the actions of lawmakers and the courts. Use the cross-references and topics below to learn more about California statutes and laws on notice, which is a basic matter in California law.


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