CCP 473 The California Code of Civil Procedure 473 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
Attorneys and Pro Se litigants are advised to double-check California Courts Emergency Rules related to COVID-19 in all court related matters. Emergency Rule 12, as well as additional Emergency Rules should be taken into consideration when implementing California Code of Civil Procedure 1013. Emergency Rule 12 Electronic Service (a) Application (1) Notwithstanding any other law, including … Read more
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.