Fontaine v. Superior Court of Santa Clara County, No. H033811
Peremptory writ vacating the trial court's order granting defendant Vargas' motion to transfer the action to Orange County Superior Court is granted where plaintiff's action arises from a consumer transaction specified in the statutory venue exception of Code of Civil Procedure sec. 395 (b) and thus venue is proper in the court of the county of his residence.
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APPEAL from Santa Clara County Superior Court Superior Court.
SIXTH APPELLATE DISTRICT
Filed June 10, 2009
PUBLISHED July 7, 2009
Before: BAMATTRE-MANOUKIAN, ACTING P.J., MIHARA, J., MCADAMS, J.
Opinion by BAMATTRE-MANOUKIAN, ACTING P.J.
For Petitioner: Frederick William Schwinn, Raeon R. Roulston, Consumer Law Center, Inc.
For Real Parties in Interest: Michael Raymond Williams, Finlayson, Augustini & Williams, LLP.
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