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By Michael Yoshiba, Esq. Some cases are more memorable than others. This matter was truly unforgettable for the variety, creativity and ferocity of the opposition to the State’s attempts to terminate a “temporary” tenancy. Patience and persistence is certainly required in both the right of way and legal professions. In July 20, 1978, the State […]

BY: Mike Yoshiba In a recent California Appellate Court decision, Rutgard v. City of Los Angeles, the court lent some clarity to a statute that, with the passage of time, is now turning relevant. Code of Civil Procedure section 1245.245—provides that when “[p]roperty acquired by a public entity [through eminent domain] . . . is […]