In a quiet title action, if summons is served by publication, the published notice must describe the property at issue, giving either or both of its street address or legal description.  (CCP 763.,020.)  Here, the published notice gave only the assessor’s parcel number.  As the notice did not comply with the statute, it was insufficient; so the default of the defendants was properly vacated and service of summons was properly quashed except as to Bewley who had entered a general appearance in the action by moving to intervene.  Even though the motion was pointless and ineffectual since filed after default was entered, it constituted a general appearance.  However, Bewley’s general appearance did not retroactively validate the default entered before his general appearance, so that while service of summons on him should not have been quashed, the default against him was properly vacated.