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United Rentals Northwest, Inc. v. Snider Lumber Prods., Inc., No. F055855

By FindLaw Staff on June 19, 2009 5:14 PM

In an action to foreclose on a mechanic's lien, the grant of Defendant's motion to remove the lien is reversed where the work performed by Plaintiff was a removal of buildings, which is included in the definition of a "work of improvement" under Cal. Civ. Code section 3106.

Read United Rentals Northwest, Inc. v. Snider Lumber Prods., Inc., No. F055855.

Appellate Information

APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of Tuolumne County. James A. Boscoe, Judge.
Cal. 5th App. Dist.
Filed June 18, 2009

Before: Wiseman, Acting P.J., Gomes, J., Kane, J.
Opinion by Wiseman, Acting P.J.


Urtnowski & Associates, J. Brian Urtnowski and William P. Warden, for Plaintiff and Appellant.

Dun & Martinek, Randall H. Davis, for Defendants and Respondents.

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