S. F. No. 18431
38 Cal. 2d 593; 241 P.2d 541; 1952
A creditor's motion to vacate an order to settle an estate was properly granted when, although notice of the motion did not contain grounds of inadvertence or excusable neglect, the issues were presented at the hearing and no objection was raised.
Carter, Jesse W., "Fredrickson v. Superior Court of San Francisco" (1952). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 390.