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Funge v. Superior Court

Court of Appeal of California, First District, Division One
Apr 16, 1931
113 Cal.App. 467 (Cal. Ct. App. 1931)

Opinion

Docket No. 7931.

April 16, 1931.

APPLICATION for a Writ of Mandate to compel the county clerk of the City and County of San Francisco to pay petitioner damages for issuing a writ of execution and to annul said writ. Denied.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the court.

W.W. Funge, Jr., in pro. per., for Petitioner.

No appearance for Respondents.


THE COURT.

[1] Petition for a writ of mandamus to compel the county clerk of the city and county of San Francisco to pay petitioner a certain sum of money, together with exemplary damages, for issuing a certain execution in an action in which petitioner was a party. It is also prayed that the writ of execution referred to be annulled and set aside. Petitioner has a complete remedy in an action at law, if any exists, for the relief which he here seeks. The application is therefore denied.


Summaries of

Funge v. Superior Court

Court of Appeal of California, First District, Division One
Apr 16, 1931
113 Cal.App. 467 (Cal. Ct. App. 1931)
Case details for

Funge v. Superior Court

Case Details

Full title:W.W. FUNGE, Jr., Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE CITY AND COUNTY…

Court:Court of Appeal of California, First District, Division One

Date published: Apr 16, 1931

Citations

113 Cal.App. 467 (Cal. Ct. App. 1931)
298 P. 82