Trustee Description Error (Wrong Property Location)

In Hanlon v. Western Loan & Bldg. Co. (1941) 46 Cal. App. 2d 580, 116 P.2d 465, the trustee included in the notice of default a description of the subject property greater than that required by statute. The trustee erred in that description by misstating the location of the property. The correct location was in the City and County of San Francisco, yet the notice placed the property in Alameda County. The court held the notice to be proper notwithstanding this error, relying in part on the fact that the property description included reference to an intersection located in San Francisco, making obvious the misdesignation of the county. (Id. at pp. 600-601.)