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Grogan-Beall v. Ferdinand Roten Galleries, Inc.

Grogan-Beall v. Ferdinand Roten Galleries, Inc., No. 460196-4 (Cal. Super. Ct. Jan. 30, 1980), aff'd, 133 Cal. App. 3d 969 (Cal. Ct. App. 1982).

Plaintiff Charlene Grogan-Beall brought a class action against defendants Ferdinand Roten Galleries, Inc. and MacMillan, Inc., claiming violations of the California Sale of Fine Prints Act. Cal. Civ. Code §§ 1740-17.45.5. Grogan-Beall had purchased prints from Roten in 1972 without receiving the Act’s required certificates of

authenticity. . . .

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