(CA) Court of Appeals Clarifies Timeliness Requirement for Intervention

The timeliness of a motion to intervene in civil litigation depends on when the movants learned their interests were being inadequately represented, regardless of when they learned there was litigation, the Fourth District Court of Appeal has ruled.   Read the article………..


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