A California federal judge axed a civil racketeering suit against a cannabis company after it transported its goods on a shared private road, ruling that the Santa Barbara County real estate company failed to adequately plead in what way this caused harm.
In an order filed Tuesday, U. S. District Judge Fernando M. Olguin said property owner JCCrandall LLC can’t support its Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations claim because there isn’t any evidence it was injured when its neighbor, Santa Rita Holdings, Inc. transported cannabis through a shared private road. “Here, plaintiff’s conclusory allegation that [Santa Rita Holdings’] ‘use of the Easement…
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Published: May 05, 2022
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