It isn’t a good sign when an appeals court refers to a lower court’s “ruling” in quote marks as if it’s not worthy of the term.

But that’s exactly what San Francisco’s 1st District Court of Appeal did — three times — Friday in reversing a “ruling” by San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Marie Weiner in an overpapered case featuring 5,415 pages of briefs.

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