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Consumer Finance

Court of Appeal (Cal.) Reverses Trial Court’s Conclusion that Car Dealer Violated the CLRA Regarding “Safe-to-Drive” Vehicle and Plaintiff’s Claim that the Vehicle Had Been in an Accident

In Quillen v. Car City, No. B318046, 2023 Cal. App. Unpub. LEXIS 1759, at *10-13 (Mar. 27, 2023), the Court of Appeal in an unpublished decision reversed the trial court’s conclusion that a used vehicle sale violated the CLRA. “The…


California Appellate Tracker

Castellanos v. State, No. A163655, 2023 Cal. App. LEXIS 183 (Ct. App. Mar. 13, 2023)

Proposition 22 (governing the independent contractor status of gig workers)  is unconstitutional insofar as it sought to define what would be an amendment to its provisions.  That provision violated the judiciary’s and the legislature’s separate powers.  However, those provisions were severable, leaving the rest of the proposition intact.