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A couple who sued their former golf course for not selling them a new golf club membership after they sold their old membership had their case appropriately handled by Riverside Superior Judge Kira Klatchko, a unified Fourth Appellate District panel said Dec. 10.

Appellants argued that Klatchko erred in granting the golf club’s motion for summary judgment, and erred in denying the appellants’ third amended complaint.

To sell or to keep

The La Quinta couple, Scott and Carmella Bryan, owned a membership at the Citrus Club through the home they owned in the golf community, according to the unpublished ruling.

In March, 2017, they attempted to

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