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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF _______________
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Case No.: [Case number] NOTICE OF MOTION AND MOTION TO (OR FOR) __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ MEMORANDUM OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES; DECLARATION(S); ORDER AFTER HEARING
Hearing Date _________________ Time __________ Hearing Judge’s Name [if known] Required __________________________

Date Complaint/Petition filed ____________________ Required Trial date, if set ________________________________ Required Title/nature of attachments, other than declarations ►____________________________________________ Required Cal.Rules of Court, Rule 311(b) mandates all the Above Information

To ______________________ [and to _____________________ his or her attorney
Lawyer

of record:] or

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, on _______________ ___, ______ at ______,
Month Day Year Time

as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in Department _________ of this court,
Insert the Department Number Furnished to You by the Clerk

located at _____________________________________ in
Street Address of the Court Facility

____________________, California
City

___________________________________________ will, and hereby does, move for an order
Insert Your Name

____________________________________________________________________________________
Compelling …, directing …, setting aside … [are Examples] (Use these spaces to request the what you would like the judge to order)

_____________________________________________________________________________________ The grounds upon which this motion is based are [1.]_________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________
With few exceptions – the court may consider only the grounds stated in the Notice of Motion (Code of Civil Procedure section 1010) Form by John A. Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California. Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees. Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or custom. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this1 Form. Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form. Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone, especially before, and for, appearing in Court. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services.” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety, including this Paragraph, for nonprofit purposes only.

ca. Personal knowledge in a Statement of Facts is demonstrated by referencing to the Declaration(s) you offer and to the Exhibit(s) you attach.ca. The Rules of Court are online at the California Court website http://www. in addition to the Motion you are making on this Form at the same time you file your Motion. and on such evidence as may be presented at the hearing of the motion. make sure your attachment complies with California Rules of Court. and for. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone.pdf If you want to attach an Exhibit. & The motion will be based on this Notice of Motion.” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety. Dated: ______________________ ______. This form is found online at the California Court website http://www. Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees. Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key.gov/forms/fillable/mc030. [on the declarations of Name of Person with Personal Knowledge of Facts that Will Support Your Motion Motion ____________________________________(if available) and ___________________________________ Name of Person with Personal Knowledge of Facts that Will Support Your (if available)]. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work. and reference it in your Statement of Facts. Declarations may be made on Judicial Council Forms MC-030. In the spaces provided on the following page.courtinfo. Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California. STATEMENT OF FACTS . Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form. . Law Librarians and Court Staff are familiar with reference resources.Instructions. including this Paragraph.gov/rules/ Organize your thoughts carefully and write truthfully. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this2 Form. Remember: You need to file one or more Declarations. recite the facts of your case that are relevant to the motion you are making. Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or custom. Form by John A.Grounds are legal principles. for nonprofit purposes only.and Insert Your Name which may make reference to the declarations of others). Rule 311(e). on the attached Declaration of ______________________________ (which is required to be completed and attached . especially before.]________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Ask for Reference Assistance if you are unsure of the grounds. Avoid where possible such statements as “I think” and “I feel”. code sections. on the pleadings. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services. ________ [Month] [Date] [Year] _____________________________ [Your Signature] _____________________________ [Print Name] MEMORANDUM OF POINTS AND AUTHORITIES 1. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. and rules 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 [2. on the memorandum of points and authorities served and filed herewith.]________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ [3. the records and file herein.courtinfo. appearing in Court.

Insert additional pages between this page and the following page. especially before. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. for nonprofit purposes only. Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this3 Form. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone. Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key. appearing in Court. Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 STATEMENT OF FACTS – Your Statement _____________________________________________________________________________________ Begin Stating the Facts Here _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________If necessary. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services. Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees. then begin work on the page headed STATUTORY AUTHORITY (which follows) Form by John A. . Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or custom. and for. including this Paragraph.” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2. Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or custom.Ed. in the appropriate spaces below. With the exception of the decisions of the U. mandatory authority in support of your Motion (U.App. statute governs where statute and cases conflict. . Cal. Supreme Court. with the section number following. Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form. Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key. Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California.S. L. Provide the names of Cases that support your motion in the spaces below.4th are mandatory authority. appearing in Court.2d. Cal.2d. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone. abbrev. An example of a case citation is Gideon v. Cal. by name of code.2d. DECISIONAL CASE AUTHORITY. Cal. Supply California Code sections or court rules that support your motion. Continue your work on page following: _____________________________________ ( 23 24 25 Case Title Year ) _____ Volume _______________ Reporter Abbrev Page _____ _____________________________________ ( Case Title Year ) _____ Volume _______________ Reporter Abbrev _____ Page _____________________________________ ( ) _____ Year Volume _______________ Reporter Abbrev _____ Page 26 27 28 Case Title Example Gideon v. Reporter Abbrev 335 Begins Page Form by John A.3d and Cal. U.App. which are in all cases mandatory authority.. and officially-published California Court of Appeal decisions.4th. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this4 Form.App. 335.. and supervene all other law. STATUTORY AUTHORITY. (1963) 372 U.. just as statutes are mandatory authority). Local Rule(s) ____ & Rule(s) Section(s) Section(s) Section(s) __________ & __________ __________ & __________ __________ & __________ __________ & __________ ____ of the _____________ County Local Rules of Court 3. Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees. for nonprofit purposes only. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services.S. Statutory authority is mandatory. Supreme Court decisions. abbrev. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. Article _____ Section _________ California Code of Civil Procedure California _________________________ Code California _________________________ Code California Rules of Court. Cal. especially before.App.S. Article _____ Section _________ Constitution of California. Wainwright Case Title (1963) Year Decided 372 Volume U. Cal.3d and Cal.S. and for. L. California Supreme Court decisions. abbrev. Cite cases that will support your Motion in the spaces below.” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety.Ed. United States Constitution. including this Paragraph. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work.S.. Wainwright Make sure that you cite Use only officially published cases.

1997).►See 9 Witkin. to support it. sections 928-944 (pp. Explain why the California Code section(s) and/or the Rules and/or the In making your written presentation. Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California. appearing in Court. follow whom in the hierarchy of Courts (and when). California Procedure (4th Ed. Page 5.” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. _____________________________________ ( Case Title Year ) _____ Volume _______________ Reporter Abbrev _____ Page _____________________________________ ( Case Title Year ) _____ Volume _______________ Reporter Abbrev _____ Page LEGAL ARGUMENT. _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ . Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees. if applicable. for nonprofit purposes only. and for. Line 13) is an example of a reference that complies with the Rules. and in the declaration(s) [and in the document(s)] you will be attaching. to refer to the relevant statements you supplied in the Statement of Facts. [It is a reference to the preceding sentence!] Begin your legal argument here: _____________________________________________________________________________________ In 16 _____________________________________________________________________________________ 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Form by John A. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services. Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this5 Form. making references. the line number. Notice of Motion. you must include the (number or letter) designation of your Exhibit in your reference. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work. (Exhibit “A”. Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or custom. especially before. the page number. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone. including this Paragraph. 964-986) for the Rules as to who must 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 4. and. be sure Case(s) you cited support the relief requested. Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form.

Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Continue your legal argument here: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ 8 _____________________________________________________________________________________ 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Form by John A. Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California. Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this6 Form. and for. especially before. Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work. appearing in Court. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. .” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone. for nonprofit purposes only. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services. including this Paragraph. Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or custom.

Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or custom. _____________________________________________________________________________________ If necessary. _____________________________________________ respectfully requests an order granting his/her motion to (or for) __________________________________________________________ State again what you stated in the “Caption” on page 1 _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Respectfully submitted: ______________________ ______. ________ [Month] [Date] [Year] _____________________________ [Your Signature] _____________________________ [Print Name] □ Petitioner or Plaintiff □ Respondent or Defendant [Check the applicable box] . Conclude your Motion with the MOVING PARTY’S REQUEST. insert additional pages between this page and the following page if you need more space to finish your Legal Argument. Your Name Based on the foregoing authorities. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees.” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety. Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone. and for. appearing in Court. Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services. Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California. for nonprofit purposes only. 5. MOVING PARTY’S REQUEST. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work. especially before. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this7 Form._____________________________________________________________________________________ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Form by John A. including this Paragraph.

Defendant [Plaintiff's name]. Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key.] _____________________________________ [Name] _____________________________________ [Address] _____________________________________ [City and State] _____________________________________ [Telephone Number] □ Petitioner or Plaintiff □ Respondent or Defendant [Check the applicable box] SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA. Rules of Ct. and for. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work.: [Case number] ) ) ORDER AFTER HEARING ) (Cal. _____. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services. ALL BOXES BLANK FOR THE JUDGE] On proof made to the satisfaction of the court that the motion ought to be or  denied.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Petitioner or Plaintiff 25 Respondent or Defendant 26 27 28  granted vs. Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form. and hereby is. Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees. Leave only the Judge’s Part blank. Plaintiff. especially before. for nonprofit purposes only. Day Year  present  present  not present. Rule 313(l)) ) ) ) ) ) ) [Your Motion must include a Proposed Order. (Compelling ….) _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ came on regularly for a hearing by the court on _______________________ Month ___. Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California. [Defendant's name]. directing …. COUNTY OF _______________ Insert the County Name The motion of _________________________________________________ for an order Your Name _____________________________________________________________________________________ Use the words you used on Page 1. ________ Leave the space blank The Judge will make the Order Form by John A.” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety. _____________. Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or custom. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this8 Form. including this Paragraph. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. IT IS ORDERED that the motion be. [LEAVE  not present. Dated ______________________ ______. . ) Case No.. setting aside … were examples. appearing in Court.

New York. Calif.E.Ed. forms . 26 cm. 2000-. Greenwald (2003) 107 Cal. Kept up-todate by pocket parts and by stand-alone softcover supplements Summary of California law / by B. : Matthew-Bender. : Witkin Legal Institute. Francisco. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone. rule 313. 2 West’s Ann. Kept up-to-date by pocket parts. for nonprofit purposes only. 445-446 Cases Luri v. Minn. Kept up-to-date by loose-leaf revision pages California criminal defense practice / by the Publisher’s editorial staff. 3v. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. 2005) Motions and Orders. N. 26 cm. 7v. 1125 RESOURCE BIBLIOGRAPHY Major Publishers California Continuing Education of the Bar Lexis Nexis Thomson West Overviews of California Law California criminal law / by B.) section 8. (2005 supp. 6v. Paul. foll. xlix. Witkin and members of the Witkin Legal Institute – 3rd ed. Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or custom. §§ 12. Kept up-to-date by pocket parts Form by John A.). 2005. p.” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety. 2005-. rule 311.) Making and Opposing Noticed Motions. 441 23 Pt. 547-559 (rev. 26 cm.E.). including this Paragraph.1-12. Overland – 3rd ed. pp. : Witkin Legal Institute. 81 18 West’s Ann. 151 – 03/04) 6 Witkin. Cal. § 1010 pp.7] California criminal practice.: Continuing Education of the Bar. Includes index California procedure / by B. Includes table of cases. Francisco. Witkin and members of the Witkin Legal Institute – 10th ed. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work.Y.E. Code of Civil Procedure (1980 ed. et al – 2005 ed. Calif. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services. . Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California. Calif. : Witkin Legal Institute. §§ 372. Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees. Adachi. 2004 -.E. : Thomson West. Oakland. 372-65 – 372-74 (rel. and for.[Month] [Date] [Year] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Pleading and Practice Materials California civil procedure before trial / by the Publisher’s editorial staff – 4th ed. 2004-. Kept up-to-date by loose-leaf revision pages. (loose-leaf) . Rules of Court (2005 ed. table of statutes and index [v. appearing in Court. Rucker and Mark E. Rules of Court (2005 ed. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this9 Form.4th 1119. : Witkin Legal Institute. California evidence / by B. sections 8-10. (loose-leaf) : 26cm . 26 cm.60. Witkin and members of the Witkin Legal Institute – 4th ed. motions.California. Witkin – 4th ed. St. Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key. Calif. Cal.). 1997) Proceedings without Trial. Francisco. San Francisco. 6/05) 33 California Forms of Pleading and Practice Annotated (Matthew Bender. p. ________________________________________ Judge of the Superior Court BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOURCES Library References 1 California Civil Procedure before Trial (Cont.Bar 4th ed.: Continuing Education of the Bar – California. Kept up-to-date by pocket parts . Includes index California criminal law procedure and practice / Jeffrey G. . Includes bibliographical references and index. 2260 p . 26 cm. Oakland. pp. especially before. 5v. Calif.28. forms + 1 computer optical disk (CD-ROM). 1981-. id. 604-616 23 Pt. 4v. jury instructions and sentencing / Edward A. 2 West’s Ann. California Procedure (4th ed. Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form. pp. Calif.App. 1996-. 2000-. Kept up-to-date by pocket parts. pages 407-410.

Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this Form. Paul.htm?Unit=menu Shepard’s California citations. 1995-. Supplemented between supplements by Blue interim supplement. for access to new laws. Paul. : West Pub. Kept up-to-date by weekly “advance sheets” also called: West’s California reporter. 24 v. Kept up-to-date by annual pocket supplements.23 Pt. 54]. Minn..1 – v. Published in January and July. beginning with Constitution. Co.table of cases [vol.. 56v. Online: West’s annotated California codes is Westlaw database CA-ST-ANN West’s California rules of court: State and federal / compiled and indexed by the Publisher’s editorial staff. San Francisco. Co. including this Paragraph. Updated with revisions and supplements. 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. See Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Case 4th ed (Nolo Press) for information on how to hire an Attorney to act as a Legal Coach. Use of the Resource Bibliography on Pages 9 and 10 of this Form is key. especially before. for nonprofit purposes only. and for. Be advised that certain motions have presentation requirements that are not reflected on this Form. Last Day Reviewed 4/06/2006 Intended for individual uses where permitted by Local Rule or 11 custom. A number of attorneys can and do provide “Limited Scope Legal Assistance” – which should be sought before going-it alone. Zorbas SBN 133860 Funded by a Grant from the Foundation of the State Bar of California. Be sure to utilize it before beginning your work. Published under the auspices of the Butte County Board of Law Library Trustees. Ask the Law Librarian for references needed to complete this Form.” Permission is granted to duplicate this Form if it is duplicated in its entirety. appearing in Court. including this Paragraph. section 1003) Form by John A.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Authority Motion Authority means law A motion is an application to the court for an order (Code of Civil Procedure. Ask the Law Librarian for a list of Attorneys providing “Unbundled Legal Services.

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