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What Is in California’s Code of Regulations Title 12?

Title 12 is called ‘Military and Veterans Affairs’

By Chris Micheli, May 4, 2022 3:48 pm

The California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 12 is one of 27 Titles that contain state regulations. Title 12, called “Military and Veterans Affairs,” contains 3 Divisions. There are also numerous chapters and articles containing regulatory sections, or individual regulations. The following is a broad overview of CCR Title 12.

Division 1 Adjutant General

Chapter 1 Military Department – Conflict of Interest Code – 1 Section

Division 2 Department of Veterans’ Affairs

Chapter 1 Administration

Subchapter 1. Program Definitions – 1 Section

Chapter 2 Veterans’ Farm and Home Purchases

Subchapter 1. Eligibility and Qualifications – 26 Sections

Subchapter 2. Property and Title Requirements – 2 Sections

Subchapter 3. Contract and Other Terms – 18 Sections

Subchapter 4. Insurance – 1 Section

Subchapter 5. Disaster Indemnity – 2 Sections

Chapter 3 Veterans’ Services

Subchapter 3. Veterans’ Dependents’ Educational Assistance – 4 Sections

Subchapter 3.5. College Fee Waiver Program – 3 Sections

Subchapter 4. County Subvention – 7 Sections

Subchapter 5. State Veterans Cemetery – 5 Sections

Subchapter 6. Certified California Veteran Service Providers – 7 Sections

Chapter 4 Veterans’ Home of California – 39 Sections

Chapter 5 Conflict of Interest Code – 1 Section

Chapter 6 California Veterans Board – 1 Section

Chapter 7 Selection of Professional Service Firms – 11 Sections

Division 3 Office of the Inspector General for Veterans Affairs

Chapter 1 Conflict of Interest Code [Repealed]

Title 12 contains 129 Sections.

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