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Daro v. Superior Ct. (Foy), A111947, A112134

In action brought by tenants of an apartment building under California-s Unfair Competition Law, injunction requiring defendant property owners to comply with the Subdivided Lands Act before either offering their interests in the building for sale or exercising their rights under the Ellis Act to recover possession of the building from the tenants is reversed where the tenants lack standing under the UCL to seek relief based on a purported violation of the Subdivided Lands Act as their claimed injury does not result from the alleged violation of that statutory scheme.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 06/06/2007
  • Published 06/06/2007




  • California Court of Appeal


  • For Appellees:
  • Zacks Utrecht & Leadbetter, Andrew M. Zacks, and James B. Kraus, San Francisco, for Petitioners, for Defendants and Appellants and for Defendants, Cross-complainants and Appellants., No appearance for Respondent., Tenderloin Housing Clinic, Inc., Stephen L. Collier, San Francisco, and Dean Preston for Real Parties in Interest and for Plaintiffs, Cross-defendants and Respondents.
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