LOS ANGELES -- A Los Angeles city attorney said yesterday he fails to see merit in arguments that question the city's legal rationale for selling a convention center refinancing on a competitive basis.

A private attorney last week wrote a nine-page letter on behalf of Grigsby Brandford & Co. asking the city to reconsider its legal justification for determining whether certificates of participation should be sold competitively or by negotiation.

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