Robert Nino, et al. v. Promenade, L.P., et al.

Currently before the Court are the demurrer and motion to strike by defendant Suerte Holdings, LLC (“Suerte”).

Factual and Procedural Background

This is an action for declaratory relief and interference with contractual relations. On December 2, 2010, a judgment was entered in favor of defendant Promenade, L.P. (“Promenade”) “in Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. BC 423285” against plaintiff Nancy Bushnell’s (“Nancy”) husband, Nolan Bushnell (“Nolan”).1 (First Amended Complaint (“FAC”), ¶ 8.)

Nancy owned real property located in Sunnyvale, California (“Property”) with her brother, plaintiff Robert Nino (“Nino”). (FAC, ¶ 10.) Nancy’s interest in the Property “was her separate property, and not part of community property she shares with Nolan.” (Ibid.) At some unidentified time, Nancy and Nino (collectively, “Plaintiffs”) sold the Property. (Id. at ¶ 11.)

On March 15, 2017, “the interest in the judgment was allegedly assigned........