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TAITZ v DUNN (APPEAL - CA 4th APPELLATE DISTRICT) - Appellant's Opening Brief.

TAITZ v DUNN (APPEAL - CA 4th APPELLATE DISTRICT) - Appellant's Opening Brief.

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11/23/2011 Appellant's opening brief. Plaintiff and Appellant: Taitz, Orly
Attorney: Orly Taitz
11/23/2011 Appellant's opening brief. Plaintiff and Appellant: Taitz, Orly
Attorney: Orly Taitz

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IN
THE
Court
of
Appeal 
State
of
California 
Fourth Appellate District Division Three 
COURT
OF
APPEAL-4TH DIST
DIV
3
FILED
NOV
2
3
2011
DeptltyClark_---~
No.
G045351
r. Orly T AITZ,
Appellant,
v.
Damon
DUNN,
an
individual,
Appeal
From
Orange
CountyRespondent.Superior
Court
No.
30-2010
00381664
----------------11
Hon.
Geoffrey
Glass
Appellant's Opening
Brief 
Dr. Orly Taitz,
Esq.Appellant
In Propria
Persona29839
Santa
Margarita
Pkwy.,
Ste
100
Rancho
Santa
Margarita,
CA
92688
Taitz v Dunn Apellant's Brief
 
TABLE-OF CONTENTS TABLE
OF
AUTHORITIES
................................................
3 BASIS
FOR
REVIEW
........................................................
5 
Nature
of
the
Action
Below
...............................................
5 
Judgment
Appealed
From
................................................
S Appeal of
Final
Judgments
...............................................
5 
FACTUAL
SUMMARy
.......................................................
5 QUESTION
PRESENTED
..................................................
7 ARGUMENT
....................................................................
8 
I.
STANDARD
OF
REVIEW
...............................................
8 II.
THE
TRIAL
COURT
ERRED
IN DISMISSING APPELLANTS'
CASE
WITHOUT LEAVE TO AMEND ON A MOTION
FOR JUDGMENT
ON
THE
PLEADINGS
....................................
9 
A.
Dr.
Taitz's Complaint
States
Facts Upon Which
Relief
Could
Be
Granted)'
At
A Minimum
She
Should
Have
Been
Granted
An
Opportunity
To
Amend
The Complaint
To
Clarify
the
Relief
Sought. ....... 1
0
B.
Dr.
Taitz's Complaint
Alleges
Facts Which Support Claims Under
the
Elections Code, Civil Code or
Common
Law
....
.........................................
10
1.
Dr.
Taitz
stated
a
valid claim
under 
California
Elections
Code
section
16101
.........................
10
Taitz v Dunn Apellant's Brief
2
 
2. Dr.
Taitz
stated
a
valid
claim
for 
common
lawdeceipt
or
fraudulent 
concealment...................................................................
13 3. Dr.
Taitz's
claims
arenot
moot.
...................................
15
CO·NCLUSION
.................................................................
18
CERTIFICATE
OF
WORD COUNT
..................................
~
..
19
CERTIFICATE
OF
SER\1ICE
.............................................
20
Taitz v Dunn Apellant's
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Taitz doesn't "get" it. The trial court DID accept the facts stated in the complaint as true, for purposes of deciding the motion. Notwithstanding, she was not entitled to judgment because, under the California election code, the only party affiliation that counts is what party the candidate is affiliated in the State of California. Dunn's prior registrations in other states are irrelevant, reg
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