California Court of Appeal
WOOD v. COUNTY OF SAN JOAQUIN, C040864, C042207
Fishing from a canoe tethered near the shore of a public waterway which is also used by powerboats is considered "boating" under the "hazardous recreational activity" immunity statute, Gov. Code section 831.7.
- Decided 08/29/2003
- Published 08/29/2003
- DAVIS, Acting P.J.
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Tennant, Ingram & Randon and David M. Ingram, Gold River, for Plaintiffs and Appellants.
- For Appellees:
- Terrence R. Dermody, County Counsel, Shelley Green and Sheryle L. Sparks, Deputy County Counsel, for Defendant and Respondent County of San Joaquin., Bill Lockyer, Attorney General, Andrea Lynn Hoch and James M. Schiavenza, Assistant Attorneys General, Darryl L. Doke and William A. Krabbenhoft, Deputy Attorneys General, for Defendant and Respondent State of California., Randall A. Hays, City Attorney, D. Stephen Schwabaur, Deputy City Attorney, for Defendant and Respondent City of Lodi.