Appellate case limits right of suspended corporation to revive statute of limitations in CEQA case

Friends of Shingle Springs Interchange Inc. v. County of El Dorado, Cal.App.4th , DJDAR16849  (Nov. 22, 2011)

When a corporation’s powers are suspended, it lacks standing to sue. Substantial compliance with corporate laws may restore such standing, however, the Court held substantial compliance does not toll the short 90-day statute of limitations in a CEQA action.

 

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