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STATE OF CAL. EX REL. STATE LANDS v. SUPERIOR COURT
11 Cal.4th 50 (1995)
900 P.2d 648
44 Cal. Rptr.2d 399
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA ex rel. STATE LANDS COMMISSION, Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Respondent; RICHARD K. LOVELACE et al., Real Parties in Interest.
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August 31, 1995.
August 31, 1995.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
John K. Van de Kamp and Daniel E. Lungren, Attorneys General, Roderick E. Walston, Chief Assistant Attorney General, Jan S. Stevens, Assistant Attorney General, Richard M. Frank, Dennis M. Eagan, Joseph Barbieri, Kenneth R. Williams and Michael L. Crow, Deputy Attorneys General, for Petitioner.
No appearance for Respondent.
McDonough, Holland & Allen, Stuart Somach, Virginia A. Cahill and Sandra K. Dunn for Real Parties in Interest.
Washburn, Briscoe & McCarthy, Edgar B. Washburn, Sean E. McCarthy, David M. Ivester, Louis F. Claiborne and Lyn Jacobs for Real Parties in Interest and as Amici Curiae on behalf of Real Parties in Interest.
Zumbrun, Best & Findley, Ronald A. Zumbrun, Robert K. Best, R. Prescott Jaunich and James S. Burling as Amici Curiae on behalf of Real Parties in Interest.
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