The California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, recently affirmed a trial court’s judgment against a class action plaintiff who alleged that a lender violated Penal Code § 632.7 of the California Invasion of Privacy Act, by recording him without prior notice. The...
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- Estate’s Personal Rep Can Sue Individually for Elder Abuse Where Rep is Also Beneficiary of Estate
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