In another wrongful foreclosure case, the Court of Appeal (Second Appellate District, Division Seven) held that the plaintiff had adequately alleged Prop. 64 "injury in fact" for standing purposes:
Whether or not Ivanoff’s allegation that she “stands to lose her home” adequately pleaded injury in fact under the UCL, Ivanoff also alleged, as a result of the Bank’s unlawful business practices, she paid money to the Bank and received billings for increased monthly loan payments in excess of what she should have owed (or was told she would owe). No more is required to allege injury in fact.
Ivanoff v. Bank of America, N.A., ___ Cal.App.5th ___ (Mar. 13, 2017), slip op. at 13-16. However, the UCL claim was time-barred. It accrued no later than May 2011, more than four years before suit was filed in August 2015. Id. at 17-19.