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Weatherford v. City of San Rafael, 219567

In a suit under Code of Civil Procedure section 526a, under which certain individuals and corporations have a right to pursue legal actions enjoining wasteful or illegal expenditures by government entities, the Court of Appeal's judgment that payment of a property tax was required for standing is reversed where: 1) section 526a does not require the payment of a property tax; and 2) an allegation that the plaintiff has paid an assessed tax to the defendant locality is sufficient under section 526a to confer standing.

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  • Published 2017/06/05




  • Supreme Court of California


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