BECKJORD v. TRAEGER

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

BECKJORD v. TRAEGER, Sheriff, et al.

Civ. 8779.

Decided: January 26, 1935

George M. Breslin and Henry G. Bodkin, both of Los Angeles, for appellants.

The petition for rehearing is denied. The opinion is amended in the following particulars:

On page 523 of 39 P.(2d), column 2, at line 18 et seq. the following is stricken out: “Prior to the date of the lease Beckjord had leased the same premises to Silas F. and Margaret F. Slusher. The Slushers had the right to assign their lease.” And the following is substituted instead thereof: “Prior to the date of such lease Beckjord had entered into an agreement regarding a lease of the same premises to Silas F. and Margaret F. Slusher. The Slushers had the right to assign their interests.”

On the same page at lines 3 and 4 of the last paragraph a period is placed after the word “into” and the rest of the sentence is stricken out.

Add as the last sentence of the opinion the following: “Appellant claims that the fixtures, alleged to be unlawfully seized and converted, were given too high a valuation by the trial court. We think the trial court was better able to fix such value than we are.”

PER CURIAM.