Doolittle v. County of Santa Cruz (In re Metzger)

Pre 2005-Act: 
Pre 2005-Act
Sale order issued without proper notice to county did not strip county of its interest.
Procedural posture: 
Plaintiff property owner sued defendants, a county, debtor, a development company, et al. The county and the State of California cross-complained. The owner sought a declaration that a 1992 Sale Order divested the property of the county's interest. The county sought a declaration that the Sale Order did not divest the property of its interest and an order remanding the matter to state court. Pending were cross-motions for summary judgment.
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