Plaintiffs purchased a used automobile after negotiations were conducted in Spanish. When a dispute arose, plaintiffs sued the automobile sales company. Defendant moved for arbitration, attaching a Spanish translation of the underlying sales contract, which included an arbitration agreement, in its petition. Plaintiffs produced a Spanish translation of the underlying sales contract, which contained no arbitration agreement.
A probate court concluded a husband was properly removed as a trustee of a family trust, and that the wife had authority to unilaterally bind the family trust by executing an agreement to see a basketball team owned by the family trust. The court instructed the wife to complete the sale.