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Effective April 15, 2021, the San Diego Superior Court will require that filings submitted by attorneys for represented parties in all Limited and Unlimited Civil or Probate matters be filed electronically.
For more info, click here.
This court will be available on on our eFiling portal when it goes live. For more info on our eFiling services, click here.
The Placer County Superior Court is pleased to announce that a transition from the court’s current eDelivery system to the Judicial Branch Statewide eFiling system will occur on March 29, 2021.
Read the News Release here.
The County Clerk Recorder’s Office hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 8 A.M. – 12 P.M. and 1 P.M. – 5 P.M. Closed for lunch from 12P.M. – 1 P.M. They stop recording & issuing marriage licenses at 4 P.M.
Please see screenshot from the Monterey County Recorder’s Office below:
Beginning Monday, Feb 22, 2021, most California counties will no longer accept earlier versions of the Preliminary Change of Ownership form. The updated form should be available from each county’s website.
For more information, click here.
The Santa Cruz County Law Library has a new website!
Below are some access points on the site:
Links to current statutes and case law
Forms for recording documents
Links to local court forms
Links to Judicial Council forms
Forms for Affidavits, Powers of Attorney, Advanced Health Directives, Wills
Free database EBSCO
Links to Legal Referral Service of Santa Cruz
Links to other law libraries and legal help websites
Links to local government ordinances
Links to local government offices
Links to local law enforcement
Contact information for Assembly members Mark Stone and Robert Rivas, and Senator John Laird
And much more!
Visit their new website here.
County law libraries are useful to both attorneys and the public as they offer links to local court forms and many other resources.
Visit the Monterey County Law Library here.
To view a list of every public law library in California, click here.
Senate Bill No. 91 was signed by the Governor on Friday, January 29, 2021.
This bill extends eviction limitations to July 1, 2021. Courts cannot issue unlawful detainer judgement before July 1, 2021, except for just cause and approved no-fault evictions.
For more information, click here.
The Status of Civil Trials – Santa Cruz Superior Court – January 27, 2021
–Judicial mediations are still open with Judge Volkmann. They are currently being set in June 2021.
–Some minor updates were made to local form number: SUPCV-1012 (ADR Packet). This can be used to request continuance of case management conferences or for scheduling a mediation in front of Judge Volkmann.
–Civil jury trials are being set in September, October, and November, 2021.
–For trials that are currently set this year before the fall, the court will likely be sending out notices continuing them due to COVID.
–Court trials have been occurring and can be set at counsel’s convenience.
–Remote appearance for attorneys at hearings/trials is mandatory. Self-represented litigants are encouraged to appear through Zoom but are not mandated and may appear in person.
–In general (except for some impeachment circumstances), evidence that will be present must be filed prior to the hearing with the Court.
–Due to the new law that impacts probate with respect to property transfers, the Court has received a lot of petitions for modifications. The Court will work with counsel to have these done as expeditiously as possible.
–For Zoom hearings please log in 10 minutes prior to the starting time in order to allow sufficient time to check in.
–Attorneys should make sure their first and last names are listed on their Zoom accounts for quick check in.
–Confirm your hearing location using the portal.
–Wear a headset.