In Tun v. Wells Fargo Bank, the California Court of Appeal found that the Trial Court did not err in finding, pre-trial in limine, that an Automobile RISC Holder’s tender to the Court of money under Civil Code 2983.4 did not constitute an “admission of liability”.  When the Trial Court, despite a defense verdict in favor of the Dealer and the Holder, changed its mind and granted a new trial on the basis that the Holder’s tender was an “admission of liability”, the Court of Appeal reversed. Severson & Werson partner Mark Lonergan tried the case for the Holder, and Jan Chilton briefed and argued the appeal.