Tag: waiver

If a Trial Court Bases a Ruling on Alternative Grounds, Challenge Each Ground on Appeal

It is quite common for a trial court to base a ruling on alternative, independent grounds. It is also quite common for the Idaho Supreme Court to affirm the trial court’s ruling because the appellant fails to challenge one of the alternative grounds. That was the situation in La Bella Vita, LLC v. Shuler et … Continue Reading

State Supreme Court Curtails Post-Foreclosure Sale Invalidation, but Permits Other Relief

Washington State Supreme Court reverses Division II in part and holds that failure to meet conditions to terminate a foreclosure sale and further appeal the trial court’s ruling constitutes a waiver of the right to challenge the foreclosure sale, but not other post-sale relief in Frizzell v. Murray, No. 87927-3. Background and Analysis Despite her … Continue Reading
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