Mann v. Wells Fargo Bank, ND Calif.

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Mann v. Wells Fargo Bank, ND Calif.

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C. Plaintiffs' Claim for Injunctive Relief
Finally, Defendants move to dismiss Plaintiffs' seventh cause of action for injunctive relief. Injunctive relief is not an independent cause of action, but is a form of relief. Logvinov v. Wells Fargo Bank, No. 11–04772 DMR, 2011 WL 6140995, at *4 (N.D.Cal. Dec.9, 2011); Mehta v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., 737 F.Supp.2d 1185, 1205 (S.D.Cal.2010) (“Injunctive relief, like damages, is a remedy requested by the parties, not a separate cause of action .”) (citation and quotation marks omitted); Hamilton v. Bank of Blue Valley, 746 F.Supp.2d 1160, 1182 (E.D.Cal.2010) (“Injunctive relief is a remedy and not, in itself, a cause of action, and a cause of action must exist before injunctive relief may be granted.”) (citation and quotation marks omitted). Plaintiffs may seek injunctive relief in their Prayer for Relief. Defendants' motion to dismiss this type of relief as a separate claim is granted. This is without prejudice to granting injunctive relief should such relief be available and appropriate upon the success of any claim.

Mann v. Wells Fargo Bank
Not Reported in F.Supp.2d, 2012 WL 3727369
N.D.Cal.,2012.
August 27, 2012
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