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Section 5571. (Amended by Stats. 1982, Ch. 164, Sec. 3.)
Cite as: Cal. Food & Agric. Code §5571.

If the commissioner of any county determines by inspection that there is a condition which constitutes a nuisance, as defined in Section 5551 or 5552, on any property or premises within his jurisdiction, he shall make a report of his inspection to the district attorney or to the county counsel if the board of supervisors has authorized the county counsel pursuant to Section 26528.5 of the Government Code to file the petition prepared pursuant to this article. The commissioner in the report shall do all of the following:

(a)State that the property owner has been notified.

(b)Describe the property upon which the nuisance exists.

(c)Name the pest or other condition which in his opinion is dangerous to the agriculture of the county, district, or vicinity.

(d)State, if his findings justify such a statement, that the removal or destruction of the neglected or abandoned plant or crop will provide the best means for the elimination of the menace to the agriculture of the county, district, or vicinity.

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