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Washington Mut. Bank v. Blechman, B191125

In case arising from property sold through foreclosure to trustee of a trust, declaratory judgment for plaintiffs finding that plaintiffs were indispensable parties to prior action to set aside sale, and that trustee's sale was valid and that trustee had good title is affirmed where seller and trustee are indispensable parties to a lawsuit which seeks to set aside a trustee's sale in foreclosure.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 12/04/2007
  • Published 12/04/2007

Judges

  • DOI TODD, Acting P.J.

Court

  • California Court of Appeal

Counsel

  • For Appellees:
  • Kent M. Bridwell, Los Angeles, for Defendant and Appellant Robert A. Blechman., Michael N. Sofris, APC and Michael N. Sofris, for Defendant and Appellant Michael N. Sofris, APC, as Trustee., Levinson Arshonsky & Kurtz, Richard I. Arshonsky, Encino, and James S. Cooper, for Plaintiffs and Respondents Washington Mutual Bank and California Reconveyance Company., Law Office of Dirck J. Edge and Dirck J. Edge, Temecula, for Plaintiff and Respondent P.B. Reit, Inc., Ezer & Williamson and Mitchel J. Ezer, Los Angeles, for Plaintiff and Respondent The Lucile Trust.
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