Article 2. Claims And Demands of California Harbors And Navigation Code >> Division 8. >> Part 6. >> Chapter 5. >> Article 2.
All claims for money or damages against the district are
governed by Part 3 (commencing with Section 900) and Part 4
(commencing with Section 940) of Division 3.6 of Title 1 of the
Government Code except as provided therein, or by other statutes or
regulations expressly applicable thereto. All claims not governed
thereby shall be filed with the auditor on forms and blanks
prescribed by him. A claim shall not be paid without the endorsement
of the auditor certifying to its correctness.
The auditor shall keep a record, which shall be a public one, of
all claims against the district showing by whom made, for what
purpose, the amount thereof and when paid.
If there is not sufficient money in any fund to pay the
claims made against the fund, the claim shall be registered in a book
kept by the treasurer, showing its number, when presented, date,
amount, name of payee, and on what account allowed and out of what
fund payable. When so registered, the claim shall be returned to the
party presenting it with the endorsement of the word "Registered"
dated and signed by the treasurer. All registered claims are payable
in the order of their registration.
This section does not prevent the payment by the treasurer of
bonds of the district or of any city or county, and interest coupons
thereof, in accordance with the Constitution of this State and the
provisions of this part.
Wages and salaries shall be paid at such intervals as the
board may direct, but at least once each month.
The provisions of Chapter I, Division II of the District
Organization Act relating to notices shall govern and control this