Wells vs. Americantex, Inc.

Decision of Court of Appeal

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Our client, Americantex Inc., was the assignee of a money judgment. The judgment debtors brought a "motion to strike" the assignment and prevent our client from collecting on the judgment. The trial court denied this motion. The judgment debtors accused the trial judge of being biased and prejudiced, and then initiated this appeal. The court of appeal affirmed trial court's ruling, and awarded costs to our client.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 9th Circuit, California | United States

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