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Standard Pacific Corp. v. Superior Court, No. E046844

By FindLaw Staff on August 17, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Petition for writ of mandate issue directing superior court to vacate an order denying a motion to stay proceedings until real parties in interest-homeowners complied with their obligation to give plaintiff-builder an opportunity to repair the claimed defects is reversed where the burden is not on the plaintiff-builder to establish that it had chosen to opt-in to the statutory scheme by performing its disclosure obligations under Code of Civ. Pro. sec. 912, but instead is on the real party in interest-homeowner to either comply with Code of Civ. Pro. sec. 910 and follow the prelitigation procedure of notice and opportunity to repair before filing suit, or to establish why he or she need not follow the prelitigation procedures in the statute.

Read Standard Pacific Corp. v. Superior Court, No. E046844

Appellate Information

Filed August 14, 2009


Opinion by Judge Gaut


For Petitioner:

John A. O'Hara, Newmeyer & Dillion, Newport Beach, CA

For Real Parties in Interest:

Clayton M. Anderson, Anderson & Kriger, La Mesa, CA

Sarita T. Patel, Anderson & Kriger, La Mesa, CA

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