This suit was filed in the name of a trust, not its trustee.  After lengthy litigation with the original defendants, an intervenor moved to expunge the lis pendens on the ground that the trust was not a legal entity and could not sue in its own name.  The trial court agreed, held it had no subject matter jurisdiction, and dismissed the action.  Held, reversed.  The trial court should have granted the plaintiff leave to amend to substitute its trustee for the trust as the plaintiff in the action.  The fix was simple.  The trustee was easily available, indeed he was the attorney that represented the trust in the case.  There was no prejudice to the other parties.  The court had basic subject matter jurisdiction despite the fact that the worng plaintiff had been named.