Friday, March 23, 2012

Kraft Walton v. City of Red Bluff case brief

Kraft Walton v. City of Red Bluff, Ct of Appeal of CA, 1991
  1. P granted D for property for uses for library and D removed all the books from the library and claims that condition do not apply because conditions have changed.
  2. Holding – Trial court held it was FSSCS and appellate said FSD, however CA statute (Cal Civ. Code § 885.020) abolishes FSD and coverts to FSSCS and converts possibility of reverter to power of termination/right of re-entry
  3. D had stopped using for purposes of which had agreed to accept property, equitable to enforce restrictions in grant

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