Wyland v. Wyland

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[Civ. No. 4529. Fourth Dist. Aug. 19, 1952.]

DOROTHY L. WYLAND, Respondent, v. CHARLES LEO WYLAND, Appellant.


Rutan, Tucker, Howell & Tucker for Appellant.

James E. Walker for Respondent.



This is a petition for a writ of supersedeas to restrain the sale of certain real property, pursuant to an order of sale included in a judgment, pending the appeal from that judgment.

[1] The appellant having failed to comply with section 945 of the Code of Civil Procedure, and no sufficient reason having been shown why a stay was not perfected in accordance therewith, the petition must be denied. (Guardianship of Morro, 14 Cal. 2d 134 [92 P.2d 1012].)

The writ is denied and the order to show cause heretofore issued is discharged. [112 Cal. App. 2d 776]

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