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VENTURA – CHANGE IN ELECTRONIC DELIVERY

Posted January 10th, 2020
Effective January 1, 2020 the following documents may no longer be electronically submitted and/or filed by a party or user: 1. Any document exceeding 200 pages 2. No lodgings, except for proposed orders (Ventura Superior Court Local Rule 4.05.E amended effective 1/1/20) Please refer to the rule for the complete list of documents that shall

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SAN DIEGO – NOTICE OF ELECTRONIC CASE FILE AND IMAGED DOCUMENTS

Posted January 10th, 2020
This case has been Imaged. The Imaged case is now the official record of the Court. ALL pleadings and documents including all original documents attached to pleadings filed with the court will be imaged and destroyed. Original documents, other than pleadings should be lodged with the court pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 3.1302(b).

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RIVERSIDE – CRIMINAL BOUNDARY CHANGES

Posted January 10th, 2020
The following criminal filing and calendar changes will affect the Hall of Justice Courthouse and the Southwest Justice Center: HALL OF JUSTICE COURTHOUSE Effective on January 6, 2020, the Hall of Justice Courthouse will no longer hear criminal cases which emanate from the cities of Lake Elsinore and Menifee (including the communities of Romoland, Sun

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ORANGE – IMPLEMENTATION OF LOCAL RULE 314A IN CIVIL CASES

Posted January 10th, 2020
Effective January 1, 2020, Orange County Superior Court Local Rule 314A will be applicable. The text of the local rule can be found on the court’s website at https://www.occourts.org/directory/local‐rules/local‐rules‐of‐ court/. Local Rule 314A requires electronic documents filed with or in response to another filed document to include on the first page the Register of Actions

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IMPERIAL – MANDATORY ELECTRONIC FILING

Posted January 10th, 2020
Beginning January 1, 2020, electronic filing of Court documents will be mandatory for the following case types: 1) Civil Unlimited 2) Civil Limited 3) Probate 4) Family Law 5) Family Support 6) Small Claims 7) Adoptions. These documents include initial case filings and subsequent filings. Self-represented parties or other self-represented persons are exempt from any

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