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Additional “Further Changes” to take place in Los Angeles County Superior Courts

Posted April 29th, 2013
There are additional changes which are taking place within the Los Angeles County Superior Court system (some of this information overlaps with the previous post, but better safe than sorry…) ADR Department To Close: Commencing on the 11th of March, 2013, the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) stopped accepting referrals to the Party Select and Random

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San Diego County Superior Court E-File Notice

Posted April 24th, 2013
Effective March 4, 2013, documents may be e-Filed in non-mandated Civil Cases in the Central Division of the San Diego Superior Court as long as: 1. The case has been first initiated on or after March 4, 2013; or 2. The case is already pending as of March 3, 2013, and has been imaged by

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Los Angeles Superior Court’s consolidation plan

Posted April 23rd, 2013
Below you will find a link to the Los Angeles Superior Court’s consolidation plan. These changes will start to take effect this month and continue to roll out through June of this year. I would recommend consulting this before filing any new cases in Los Angeles from now through June. www.lasuperiorcourt.org/consolidation/ui

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Sacramento County Superior Court Quick Reference Filing Guide

Posted April 22nd, 2013
Sacramento County Superior Court – Filing Guide Quick Reference PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Sacramento Superior Court has prepared a helpful document that outlines which documents may or may not be filed at the counter. Sacramento County – Quick Reference Guide 2013_02_28_14_31_29  

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NOTICE TO ALL SHERIFF DEPARTMENTS, COUNTY CLERK-RECORDER OFFICES ON DIGITAL SIGNATURES RE E-FILING DOCUMENTS

Posted April 19th, 2013
NOTICE TO ALL SHERIFF DEPARTMENTS COUNTY CLERK-RECORDER OFFICES, ET AL. ON DIGITAL SIGNATURES RE E-FILING DOCUMENTS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT documents generated by the Orange County Superior Court may have digital signatures, seals and/or stamps that are valid and enforceable. Government Code section 68251 authorizes trial court records to be created electronically. Any notice, order,

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