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Wells Fargo Fin. Leasing, Inc. v. D&M Cabinets, No. C058486

By FindLaw Staff on August 28, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In an appeal from a trial court order appointing a receiver to sell Third-Party Claimant's owner-occupied dwelling to foreclose a judgment lien, the order is reversed, where the order expressly allowed the judgment creditor to bypass the statutory procedure for foreclosing a judgment lien on a dwelling occupied as the principal residence of a debtor or his spouse and therefore subject to an automatic homestead exemption.

Read Wells Fargo Fin. Leasing, Inc. v. D&M Cabinets, No. C058486

Appellate Information

Filed August 28, 2009


Opinion by Judge Sims


For Appellant:

Jerrold B. Braunstein

For Respondent:

Kevin P. Whiteford, Serlin & Whiteford, Sacramento, CA

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