Fleur du Lac Estates Association v. Mansouri

Metropolitan News-Enterprise
April 23, 2012

In Fleur du Lac Estates Association v. Mansouri (cite as C068693), filed April 23, 2012, defendant moved to compel arbitration and motion was granted. Defendant then asked for attorneys fees and costs as the prevailing party but the trial court found this to be untimely. Defendant then moved for motion for reconsideration under section 473(b) which was denied. The Court said, “On Mansouri’s appeal from the order denying her motions for reconsideration and for relief under section 473(b), we conclude the order is not appealable.”

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