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BAKER v. MARGARET L.

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
When appointed counsel in a conservatorship appeal fails to discover an arguable issue, the Court of Appeal must independently review the record upon...
05/31/2001 G026908

CITY OF POMONA v. SUPERIOR COURT (JAMES JONES CO.)

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
Statements made in a catalogue, as opposed to those in specifications on the government entity's purchase order, may be the subject of a False Claims...
05/31/2001 B148045

PEOPLE v. CUEVAS

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
Even though defendant did not engage in violent behavior while robbing banks, the offenses are violent crimes under the Code and application of the...
05/31/2001 A091903

COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES v. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

California Court of Appeal
Tax Law
Revenue and Taxation Code section 95.3 permits County to deduct a Property Tax Administrative Fee from CRA-s tax increment allocation and is in...
05/31/2001 B136115

PEOPLE v. RODRIGUEZ

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
The phrase "recurring access" in Penal Code 288.5(a) does not have a technical meaning requiring further definition during jury instruction, but...
05/31/2001 B142586

FIRST COMMERCIAL MORTGAGE CO. v. REECE

California Court of Appeal
Commercial Law, Property Law & Real Estate
The rule that a full credit bid operates as an admission by the bidding lender of the property-s value does not preclude a claim by the repurchasing...
05/31/2001 B137132

RICHARD BOYD INDUS., INC. v. STATE BD. OF EQUALIZATION

California Court of Appeal
Tax Law
A sign may appropriately be classified as a "fixture" if it does not lose its identity as a sign when installed and if removal does not damage or...
05/31/2001 F033234

MCCLELLAN v. NORTHRIDGE PARK TOWNHOME OWNERS ASS'N, INC.

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
Where a successor corporation is a mere continuation and hence liable for the acts of its predecessor, a motion pursuant to the procedural mechanism...
05/31/2001 B139452

COLMENARES v. BRAEMAR COUNTRY CLUB, INC.

California Court of Appeal
Civil Rights
Government Code section 12926.1, added in 200 to enlarge the class of disabled persons to include defined conditions that cause any limitation that...
05/31/2001 B142962

COOLEY v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (EDWARDS)

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
The Sexually Violent Predator Act, Welfare and Institutions Code section 6600 et seq., requires a probable cause hearing on a petition to recommit...
05/31/2001 B148019