Ricketts v. McCormack, No. B210123

By FindLaw Staff on September 25, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a putative class action lawsuit against the County of Los Angeles and its registrar-recorder claiming failure to fulfill the statutory duties under Civil Code section 2941(c) to stamp and record reconveyances within two business days as required, trial court's judgment in favor of the defendants is affirmed as the indexing is a distinct function, separate from recording a document, and is not part of section 2941(c)'s stamp-and-record requirement.       

Read Ricketts v. McCormack, No. B210123

Appellate Information

Filed September 24, 2009


Opinion by Judge Perluss


For Appellant:  Hodges and Associates, A. Clifton Hodges and James S. Kostas

For Appelle: Robert E. Kalunian, Acting County Counsel, Steven J. Carnevale, Senior Assistant County Counsel, and Nancy M. Takade, Principal Deputy; Jones Day, Elwood Lui, Brian D. Hershman, John S. Sasaki and Peter E. Davids

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