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Knowles v. Seale

Supreme Court of California
Dec 10, 1883
64 Cal. 377 (Cal. 1883)


         APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of the city and county of San Francisco.

         Action to enforce a street assessment.


         Stewart, Vanclief & Herrin, and D. H. Whittemore, for Appellant.

         C. H. Parker, for Respondent.


         PER CURIAM.

         In Bank

         The facts sufficiently appear in the opinion.

         The allegation of the defendant that the portion of the street which the board of supervisors ordered planked had not been graded to the official grade, did not raise a material issue. Therefore the omission to find on it was not error. The board had jurisdiction after notice of its intention had been published to order a street, the grade and width of which had been officially established, planked; and it was not denied that the grade and width of this street had been officially established before the board ordered it planked, or gave notice of its intention to order it planked.

         Judgment affirmed.

         Petition for a rehearing denied.

Summaries of

Knowles v. Seale

Supreme Court of California
Dec 10, 1883
64 Cal. 377 (Cal. 1883)
Case details for

Knowles v. Seale

Case Details


Court:Supreme Court of California

Date published: Dec 10, 1883


64 Cal. 377 (Cal. 1883)
1 P. 159

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