This law classifies any property used to conduct dog- or cockfighting as a nuisance and allows for the eviction of any tenant who conducts dog- or cockfights on the property.

California Civil Code § 3482.8, California Code of Civil Procedure § 1161
Added and Amended by S.B. 426
Effective: January 1, 2012

Any property used for the purpose of dog- or cockfighting will be declared a public nuisance.

Any tenant who occupies a property, which he maintains as a public nuisance by conducting dog- or cockfights on the premises, may be evicted.