Gilliland v. Bradshaw — summary of appealability
of motion for reconsideration, deadlines for appeal

Gilliland v. Bradshaw, Cal: Court of Appeal, 4th Appellate Dist., 1st Div. 2009

Authored by Cynthia Aaron

"In any event, even assuming Bradshaw's actions were motivated by an attempt to defend her property rights, neither Byers,nor any other case of which we are aware, stands for the proposition that a party may threaten or otherwise harass people if the party is motivated by a legitimate public purpose."  [ This statement is ludicrous!  The statute itself explicitly says that any action subject to discussion must "serve no legitimate purpose", and numerous cases cite precisely that. ]

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