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Sequoia Park Assocs. v. County of Sonoma, No. A120049

By FindLaw Staff on August 24, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In an action by a mobile home park operator to enjoin the application of an ordinance on preemption grounds, dismissal of the action is reversed where the Subdivision Act expressly preempted the ordinance because it states that the "scope of the hearing" for converting a mobile home park to residential ownership "shall be limited to the issue of compliance with this section."

Read Sequoia Park Assocs. v. County of Sonoma, No. A120049

Appellate Information

Filed August 21, 2009


Opinion by Judge Richman


For Appellant:

Elliot L. Bien, Bien & Summers

Catherine Meulemans, Bien & Summers

Attorneys for Respondent:

Steven M. Woodside, County Counsel, San Jose, CA

Debbie F. Latham, Deputy County Counsel, San Jose, CA

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