39 Cited authorities

  1. Hess v. Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corp.

    513 U.S. 30 (1994)   Cited 643 times
    Holding that the Port Authority does not enjoy Eleventh Amendment immunity despite the fact that "[s]tate courts . . . repeatedly have typed the Port Authority an agency of the States rather than a municipal unit or local district"
  2. United States v. Winstar Corp.

    518 U.S. 839 (1996)   Cited 500 times
    Holding that the enactment of FIRREA breached certain government contracts
  3. Bank of the West v. Superior Court

    2 Cal.4th 1254 (Cal. 1992)   Cited 1,106 times   7 Legal Analyses
    Holding that policy terms must be read in their "ordinary and popular sense"
  4. Northwestern States Portland Cement Co. v. Minnesota

    358 U.S. 450 (1959)   Cited 400 times   1 Legal Analyses
    Holding that neither the Commerce Clause nor the Due Process Clause of United States Constitution prevent states from taxing net income of an interstate business that is "earned from and fairly apportioned to business activities within the taxing State"
  5. Northeast Bancorp, Inc. v. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

    472 U.S. 159 (1985)   Cited 120 times   3 Legal Analyses
    Holding that federal law authorized states to decide whether to allow in-state banks to be purchased by out-of-state holding companies
  6. Melton v. Boustred

    183 Cal.App.4th 521 (Cal. Ct. App. 2010)   Cited 127 times   1 Legal Analyses
    In Melton v. Boustred (2010) 183 Cal.App.4th 521, the plaintiffs filed suit against a property owner after they were beaten and stabbed while attending a party at the defendant's residence.
  7. U.S. Steel Corp. v. Multistate Tax Comm'n

    434 U.S. 452 (1978)   Cited 94 times
    Holding that the Multistate Tax Compact did not "enhance state power" with respect to the federal government and therefore did not require congressional consent
  8. Texas v. New Mexico

    462 U.S. 554 (1983)   Cited 63 times
    Holding that, upon approval by Congress, a compact between states becomes federal law that binds the states
  9. Cedars-Sinai v. Shewry

    137 Cal.App.4th 964 (Cal. Ct. App. 2006)   Cited 81 times
    Holding that a party's " ‘undisclosed intent or understanding is irrelevant to contract interpretation.’ "
  10. Employers Reinsurance Co. v. Superior Court

    161 Cal.App.4th 906 (Cal. Ct. App. 2008)   Cited 73 times   1 Legal Analyses
    Finding that evidence of performance is relevant to ascertain the meaning of the parties' agreement
  11. Section 17400

    Cal. Fam. Code § 17400   Cited 6 times

    (a) Each county shall maintain a local child support agency, as specified in Section 17304, that shall have the responsibility for promptly and effectively establishing, modifying, and enforcing child support obligations, including medical support, enforcing spousal support orders established by a court of competent jurisdiction, and determining paternity in the case of a child born out of wedlock. The local child support agency shall take appropriate action, including criminal action in cooperation

  12. Section 1101

    Cal. Fin. Code § 1101

    (a) In this section: (1) "Assessment provision" means the provision in the articles of a bank that complies with the requirements of Section 600.2, as in effect immediately before the effective date of this section, or any predecessor statute. (2) "Bank" means any (A) California state bank or (B) corporation organized under the laws of this state for the purpose of transacting business pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section 1850) of Chapter 21. (b) On and after the effective date of this

  13. Section 179

    Cal. Gov. Code § 179

    (a) It is the intent of the State of California to continue its long history of sharing emergency response resources with other states during times of disaster. Californian's have benefited from the assistance provided by the firefighters, law enforcement officers, emergency medical personnel and other emergency staff received from other states during our calamitous fires, earthquakes, winter storms, and other disasters. We must now join our sister states in ensuring we are prepared to aid our people

  14. Section 1251

    Cal. Educ. Code § 1251

    The county superintendent of schools, with the approval of the county board of education, may enter into an agreement with a nonpublic institution of higher education, the governing board of any nonpublic school, a public agency, or a nonprofit public organization to provide for the use by the institution, agency, organization, or school of audiovisual curriculum materials, including equipment and apparatus, under the control of the county superintendent of schools, in the same manner as public schools

  15. Section 17522.5

    Cal. Fam. Code § 17522.5

    (a) Notwithstanding Section 8112 of the Commercial Code and Section 700.130 of the Code of Civil Procedure, when a local child support agency pursuant to Section 17522, or the department pursuant to Section 17454 or 17500, issues a levy upon, or requires by notice any employer, person, political officer or entity, or depository institution to withhold the amount of, as applicable, a financial asset for the purpose of collecting a delinquent child support obligation, the person, financial institution

  16. Section 1629

    Cal. Educ. Code § 1629

    On or before October 15 of each year, the county board of education shall adopt a resolution to identify, pursuant to Division 9 (commencing with Section 7900) of Title 1 of the Government Code, the estimated appropriations limit for the county office of education for the current fiscal year and the actual appropriations limit for the county office of education for the preceding fiscal year. That resolution shall be adopted at a regular or special meeting of the board. Notwithstanding Section 7910

  17. Section 12300

    Cal. Educ. Code § 12300

    Notwithstanding any provisions of Section 12020, 12220, and 12300 to 12307, inclusive, whenever by any act of Congress funds are provided as federal aid to education to the several states for apportionment or allocation to school districts or community college districts for the purposes set forth in this section, and such act of Congress does not require that it be administered in this state by a state officer or agency other than the State Allocation Board, such act, with respect to the funds herein

  18. Section 301.5

    Cal. Corp. Code § 301.5   1 Legal Analyses

    (a) A listed corporation may, by amendment of its articles or bylaws, adopt provisions to divide the board of directors into two or three classes to serve for terms of two or three years respectively, or to eliminate cumulative voting, or both. After the issuance of shares, a corporation that is not a listed corporation may, by amendment of its articles or bylaws, adopt provisions to be effective when the corporation becomes a listed corporation to divide the board of directors into two or three

  19. Section 8277.6

    Cal. Educ. Code § 8277.6

    (a) For purposes of this section "department" means the Department of Housing and Community Development. (b) The department shall administer the Child Care and Development Facilities Loan Guaranty Fund and the Child Care and Development Facilities Direct Loan Fund. The department may administer the funds directly, through interagency agreements with other state agencies, through contracts with public or private entities, or through any combination thereof. If the department determines that a public

  20. Section 377

    Cal. Fin. Code § 377

    Notwithstanding any other provision of this code, whenever any provision of the Financial Institutions Law requires the pledge of securities to be deposited with the Treasurer, to ensure the performance of any act or duty, the securities after first being approved by the commissioner and upon the written order of the commissioner, shall be deposited with the Treasurer. The Treasurer, with the consent of the owner of the securities deposited or to be deposited with the Treasurer, may place the securities