The California code of civil procedure 1161 regards possession of real property by a tenant or executor or administrator of an estate, and the grounds under which said persons will be guilty of unlawful detainer.
California Code of Civil Procedure 2025 addresses taking oral depositions during discovery.
The California Code of Civil Procedure 2031 (effective June 29, 2009) concerns a party obtaining discovery in a court action. The code specifies that any party is able to obtain discovery within the guidelines outlined in Chapters 2 and 3, however, they must abide by the restrictions contained within Chapter 5.
The California Code of Civil Procedure 473 (effective 1997) concerns a party’s right to amend a pleading filed in a court action. The court has discretion on whether a party may add or remove the name of a party, or correct a mistake in a pleading. Additionally, the court may alter the time for response of … Read more
California civil procedure code 1005 concerns what pleadings require written notice when filed in the court. These motions include Notice of Application and Hearing from Writ of Attachment under Section 484.040, Motion to Quash Summons and any other under the code requiring notice, and a judge or court does not require an additional method for notice. The code also contains requirements for supporting … Read more
The California code of civil procedure 437c concerns summary judgment adjudication in a court action, and is applicable to any party involved. The code outlines the conditions under which a motion for summary judgment may be made: if the other party has not made an action in the court proceeding or if the action has been judged as having no merit. … Read more