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Michael P. Linfield
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January 5, 2018
Los Angeles County, CA
Other Real Property Rights Case (General Jurisdiction)
ABNER HANNA - Defendant
ASZADEH SHAHRAM ELY - Defendant
BANK OF THE WEST - Intervenor
CITIVEST FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. - Defendant
CUNNINGHAM & TREADWELL - Attorney for Intervenor
DOES 1 - 20 - Defendant
KANE BALLMER & BERKMAN - Former Attorney for Pltf/Petnr
KOHAN HANNA ABNER - Defendant/Respondent's AKA
KOHAN JOHN H. - Defendant
LEICHTER KEVIN - Defendant and Cross-Complainant
LEICHTER KEVIN - Attorney for Defendant/Respondent
LUCERNE VALLEY LLC - Plaintiff
MAHLER SCOTT - Attorney for Defendant/Respondent
MAZZARINO EDWARD - Defendant
SAMIH YONA - Defendant
SUNRISE FINANCIAL LLC - Defendant
THE LEICHTER FIRM APC - Former Attorney for Deft/Resp
WEISS THOMAS J. ESQ. - Attorney for Plaintiff/Petitioner
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SUBJECT: Motion to expunge lis pendens Moving Party: Defendant John Kohan Resp. Party: Plaintiff Lucerne Valley, LLC The motion is GRANTED. The Court awards attorney fees to defendant in the amount of $960.00 BACKGROUND: Plaintiff commenced this action on 8/18/15 against defendants for: (1) vacate trustee’s deed of sale; (2) vacate trustee’s deed of sale; (3) quiet title; (4) breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty; (5) fraud; and (6) violation of Business and Professions Code section 17200. The actions pertain to plaintiff’s agreement with Sunrise to secure refinancing of loans plaintiff had with other lenders. The trial was held in two phases. On 8/7/17, the Court found that plaintiff’s cause of action for breach of oral contract was barred by the statute of limitations and that neither equitable tolling nor equitable estoppel apply. On 11/15/17, the Court granted defendant........
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