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McAllister v. County of Monterey, H028813

Sustaining of demurrer to complaint, in case involving challenge to approval of a coastal development permit, is affirmed over claims that the dismissal was improper procedurally, because the demurrer was unauthorized and untimely, and that the dismissal was improper substantively because plaintiff has a valid cause of action against defendant county based on jurisdictional grounds and based on the county-s violation of the CEQA.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 01/31/2007
  • Published 01/31/2007


  • McADAMS, J.


  • California Court of Appeal


  • For Appellant:
  • Fenton & Keller, John S. Bridges, Mark A. Cameron, David C. Sweigert, Monterey, Jennifer M. Pavlet, for Appellant., Lombardo & Gilles, Sheri L. Damon, Salinas, for Real Parties in Interest.

  • For Appellees:
  • Charles J. McKee, County Counsel, Frank G. Tiesen, Deputy County Counsel, for Respondent.
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