Defendants, guarantors and dealerships, appealed from a decision of the Superior Court of Santa Clara County (California), which granted rights of attachment to plaintiff bank based on defendants’ defaults on several flooring and security agreements.
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Plaintiff bank, alleging breaches of several contracts by defendants, guarantors and dealerships, filed an application for a right to attach order. The trial court granted plaintiff’s application. The court held that plaintiff’s application was sufficiently specific. The trial court stated that defendants had failed to prove that all of the property described in plaintiff’s application was exempt from attachment under Cal. Civ. Proc. Code § 484.090(b). There was no other finding whether or not any of...
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