California Court of Appeal
TRABUCO HIGHLANDS CMTY. ASSOC. v. HEAD, G027697
Although the trial court might properly have found that arbitration was binding, it reached its result by an impermissible means, by relying on a letter by the arbitrator that said the arbitration was binding, thus the case was reversed and remanded to properly determine whether defendants agreed to binding arbitration.
- Decided 03/15/2002
- Published 03/15/2002
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellees:
- Law Offices of Alexandria C. Phillips and Alexandria C. Phillips, Santa Ana, for Defendants and Appellants., Law Offices of Richard A. Tinnelly, Aliso Viejo, and Terri A. Reilly, Newport Beach, for Plaintiff and Respondent.