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City Documents - Set # 3, Cont'd
Decision - People v. Chew
case is an example of a foundational defense (see Defect
# 10 - B on the Home page).
knowledge this is only the fifth favorable Appellate
Division decision, anywhere in California,
regarding the legality of a cost-neutral contract.
10, 2009 the City of South San Francisco may have
removed cost-neutrality from its contract, on Nov. 16,
2009 the City of San Mateo removed cost-neutrality from
its contract, in early 2010 the City of Millbrae removed
cost-neutrality from its contract, and on Nov. 22, 2010
Redwood City removed cost-neutrality from its contract.
Documents available in
People v. Chew:
Please note that both the
officer and the defendant were named Chew.
materials may be freely copied and distributed, so long
as credit is given to highwayrobbery.net .
Many other cases and /or transcripts are available - see the Index to Transcripts, Briefs, and Court Decisions.
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