On June 30, 2020, Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 350 (“SB 350”), which is intended to serve as a backstop for customers as Pacific Gas and Electric Company (“PG&E”) completes its restructuring process and begins implementing the reorganization plan recently confirmed by the United States Bankruptcy Court. The bill, named the Golden State Energy Act, gives the State authority to take certain actions if PG&E does not comply with the terms of its reorganization plan.
SB 350 establishes a new entity named Golden State Energy (“GSE”) to serve as a nonprofit public ...
What happens when a property owner unknowingly pays the electricity bill on a city-owned parking lot for over 15 years? If you said nothing, then you get a gold star.
In Murphy v. City of Sierra Madre (pdf), a recent decision out of the Second Appellate District, the plaintiffs-appellants were the subsequent owners of a piece of property originally purchased from the City through a Disposition Development Agreement. When the City originally transferred the property, it also mistakenly transferred an adjacent electrical meter for a City-owned parking lot. As a result, from ...
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