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    Court Holds That Corporation Need Not Verify Its Answer

    Section 446 of the California Code of Civil Procedure concerns the verification of pleadings.  Subdivision (a) provides that an answer to a complaint generally must be verified in either of two following circumstances:

    Civil Procedure, Litigation

    What Is The Plural Of Mandamus?

    Here in California, the writ of mandamus may be referred to as a “writ of mandate”.  Cal. Code Civ. Proc. § 1084.  In general, California recognizes two types of mandate proceedings – “ordinary mandate” and “administrative mandate”.  Both types of...

    Civil Procedure

    Officers Of Foreign Corporations And The California Courts

    Yesterday's post concerned Section 2116 of the California Corporations Code.  Courts sometimes describe Section 2116 as codifying the internal affairs doctrine.  See, e.g., Vaughn v. LJ Internat., Inc., 174 Cal. App. 4th 213, 223 (2009) and Voss v....

    oust, Voss v. Sutardja, Uncategorized, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 8795, Choice of Law/Conflict of Law, Civil Procedure, internal affairs doctrine, jurisdiction, Section 2116, Section 410.10

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