JOSEPH WOLFSKILL COMPANY v. RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

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District Court of Appeal, Fourth District, California.

JOSEPH W. WOLFSKILL COMPANY, a corporation, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT, a body politic and incorporate, and Board of Supervisors of Riverside County, Defendants and Respondents.

Civ. 5506.

Decided: January 21, 1957

Trent G. Anderson, Jr., Los Angeles, for appellant. Ray T. Sullivan, Jr., County Counsel, Riverside, for respondents.

This is an appeal from an order denying plaintiff's motion for change of venue in an action brought to enjoin the defendants from causing water to flow over its land, and from proceeding with an action in eminent domain to obtain land for the construction of ditches to be used for such purpose.

The grounds for the motion and the contentions upon which appellant relies for reversal are the same as those urged in an action between the same parties this day decided by this court, i. e., Riverside Flood Control and Water Conservation District v. Joseph W. Wolfskill Company, a corporation, 306 P.2d 22.

For the reasons therein stated, the order is affirmed.

COUGHLIN, Justice pro tem.

BARNARD, P. J., and MUSSELL, J., concur.

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