VENTURA UNION HIGH SCHOOL DIST OF VENTURA COUNTY v. VAN DELINDER

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District Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 2, California.

VENTURA UNION HIGH SCHOOL DIST. OF VENTURA COUNTY v. VAN DELINDER.

Civ. 10061.

Decided: February 20, 1935

Clarke & Bowker, of Los Angeles, for petitioner. Don R. Holt, of Ventura, for respondent.

A warrant for the payment of a sum of money was regularly drawn upon the treasurer of Ventura county for the purchase of land to be used for high school purposes. The treasurer of the county refused payment upon several grounds. The high school district filed a petition in mandate with this court to compel the treasurer to honor the warrant. A return was made in which certain issues of fact were raised, and the court appointed its presiding justice to proceed to the city of Ventura and there take evidence as the court's referee.

The presiding justice complied therewith and has reported to this court to the effect that the allegations of fact upon which the issues arose have been withdrawn and that the said referred to warrant has been paid.

Wherefore it is ordered that the proceedings be, and they are hereby, dismissed.

PER CURIAM.

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