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Haggis V. City Of Los Angeles

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Paul Haggis sued the City of Los Angeles (the City) on four causes of action for breach of mandatory duties (Gov. Code, § 815.6) arising out of the City's failure to follow certain directives in its own municipal code regarding development of property in landslide zones. He seeks to impose liability on the City for damages he suffered after purchasing a developed piece of property on unstable land. The superior court sustained the City's demurrer without leave to amend and dismissed the action; the Court of Appeal affirmed. Because we conclude that all of plaintiff's causes of action either fail to allege a mandatory duty that may serve as a predicate for liability under Government Code section 815.6, or are barred by the inspection immunity of Government Code section 818.6, we will affirm the judgment of the Court of Appeal.

Haggis V. City Of Los Angeles
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  • Category: Law
  • Published: 09 March 2000
  • Publisher: LawApp Publishers
  • Print Length: 31 Pages
  • Language: English
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