Current California regulations are published in the California Code of Regulations (CCR or Code). You may also see the Code referred to as the California Administrative Code (CAC), its former title, or as Barclays, the name of the private publisher that obtained a contract to publish the Code in 1990. Barclays has since merged with Westlaw, which continues to publish the Code under a contract with California's Office of Administrative Law (OAL).
As part of its contract to publish the Code, Westlaw provides a free online version:
The current Code is also available on Westlaw, Lexis, and Nexis Uni and in print at the UCLA Law Library:
The Code is divided into 28 different topics, referred to as titles. Each title is further subdivided by subtopic and agency and then finally by individual section.
Three titles are of special note:
The current California building codes are available for free online and in print at the UCLA Law Library:
For federal and California statutes and for federal regulations, Lexis, Westlaw, and Nexis Uni provide:
For California regulations: