Editor: David Reiss
Brooklyn Law School

October 27, 2013

California Northern District Court Dismissed Plaintiff’s Claims Due to Flawed Reliance on Non-California Law

By Ebube Okoli

The California Northern District Court in deciding Newbeck v. Washington Mutual Bank, et al., No. C 09-1599 CW (N.D. Cal., 2010), dismissed the plaintiff’s claims.

In reaching this conclusion, the California Northern District Court noted that plaintiff‘s reliance on non-California law was flawed.

The court further noted that the plaintiff, in using non-California law to analyze judicial foreclosures, was erroneous and misplaced. The court noted that the law cited also did not support a claim to set aside a non-judicial foreclosure.

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