Just looking to understand how to calculate the 120 days. Thanks
Without seeing the document or source, we can't guess, but unless it specifies business days or has exclusions for holidays and the like, it sounds like it's calendar days.
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Your post does not indicate the context of your question, but generally speaking, under California law, "days" are regular calendar days UNLESS specified as either "court days" or "business days".
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