legal news


Register | Forgot Password

Larkin v. Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC CA4/2
Defendant and appellant Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC, (Ocwen) filed this interlocutory appeal from an order granting plaintiff and respondent William Larkin’s request for a preliminary injunction, barring Ocwen from foreclosing on Larkin’s property while Larkin’s lawsuit was pending. By the time Ocwen filed its opening brief in this appeal, the trial court had already dissolved the preliminary injunction because Larkin failed to post an undertaking as a condition of obtaining the injunction, and the trial court had denied Larkin’s request for attorney fees under Civil Code section 2924.12, subdivision (h), having concluded the injunction never took effect and Larkin was not a prevailing party. Ocwen nonetheless requested that this court decide the merits of the order granting the preliminary injunction because Larkin might challenge on appeal the order denying his request for attorney fees or seek prevailing party status at a later stage in the litigation.

Search thread for
Download thread as



Quick Reply

Your Name:
Your Comment:

smiling face wink grin cool nod sticking out tongue raised eyebrow confused shocked shaking head disapproval rolling eyes sad mad

Click a smilie to insert it into your message. You may use BB Codes in your message.
Spam Prevention:

    Home | About Us | Privacy | Subscribe
    © 2019 Fearnotlaw.com The california lawyer directory

  Copyright © 2019 Result Oriented Marketing, Inc.

attorney
scale