ALAMEDA, Calif. — A lawsuit filed Tuesday by opponents of California’s plans to sell 11 state office buildings for one-time revenue resulted in a one-day delay to the state’s plans to sell $12 billion of notes and bonds this week.

California had planned institutional pricing Wednesday for $10 billion of revenue anticipation notes, but delayed the pricing by one day in order to incorporate disclosure of the lawsuit into offering documents.

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