Reycraft v. Lee, No. E046248
In plaintiff's case against defendants seeking damages under the California Disabled Persons Act (DPA) claiming she was prohibited from using certain facilities at a mobile and RV park due to their non-compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG), trial court's ruling in favor of the defendants is affirmed as plaintiff does not have standing to maintain a cause of action against defendants for monetary relief because she was not a registered guest of her sister-in-law and did not pay a guest fee.
Read Reycraft v. Lee, No. E046248
Filed September 23, 2009
Opinion by Judge Ramirez
For Appellant: Russell C. Handy
For Appelle: Leonard J. Cravens
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