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Video & Television Dishes

CALIFORNIA CIVIL CODE

SECTION 4725

Restrictions on installation or use of video or television antenna

4725.  (a) Any covenant, condition, or restriction contained in any
deed, contract, security instrument, or other instrument affecting
the transfer or sale of, or any interest in, a common interest
development that effectively prohibits or restricts the installation
or use of a video or television antenna, including a satellite dish,
or that effectively prohibits or restricts the attachment of that
antenna to a structure within that development where the antenna is
not visible from any street or common area, except as otherwise
prohibited or restricted by law, is void and unenforceable as to its
application to the installation or use of a video or television
antenna that has a diameter or diagonal measurement of 36 inches or
less.
   (b) This section shall not apply to any covenant, condition, or
restriction, as described in subdivision (a), that imposes reasonable
restrictions on the installation or use of a video or television
antenna, including a satellite dish, that has a diameter or diagonal
measurement of 36 inches or less. For purposes of this section,
"reasonable restrictions" means those restrictions that do not
significantly increase the cost of the video or television antenna
system, including all related equipment, or significantly decrease
its efficiency or performance and include all of the following:
   (1) Requirements for application and notice to the association
prior to the installation.
   (2) Requirement of a member to obtain the approval of the
association for the installation of a video or television antenna
that has a diameter or diagonal measurement of 36 inches or less on a
separate interest owned by another.
   (3) Provision for the maintenance, repair, or replacement of roofs
or other building components.
   (4) Requirements for installers of a video or television antenna
to indemnify or reimburse the association or its members for loss or
damage caused by the installation, maintenance, or use of a video or
television antenna that has a diameter or diagonal measurement of 36
inches or less.
   (c) Whenever approval is required for the installation or use of a
video or television antenna, including a satellite dish, the
application for approval shall be processed by the appropriate
approving entity for the common interest development in the same
manner as an application for approval of an architectural
modification to the property, and the issuance of a decision on the
application shall not be willfully delayed.
   (d) In any action to enforce compliance with this section, the
prevailing party shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees.


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