I went to motion to vacate hearing. The judge didn't schedule new hearing?

Asked over 1 year ago - Manteca, CA

I went to motion to vacate hearing. The persons husband signed the proof of service. The person said they didn't get it. The judge didn't rehear the matter of the intial caseor make a future court date. He said we both would get answer in the mail. What does this indicate?

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  1. Frank Wei-Hong Chen

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    Answered . It indicates the judge has all the information and evidence which he or she needs, and has taken the matter "under submission". The court determined that there is no need to have another hearing. The judge will provide a written decision, usually within the next few days (but it could take up to 90 days).

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  2. Nicholas Basil Spirtos

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    Answered . Judges often prefer to make rulings and send them via mail instead of in open court. This is very common in cases where individuals represent themselves, especially in Small Claims court cases.
    The judge will make his decision based on the information provided by the parties and send out written notice. If he intends to set a new hearing, it will be in his decision.

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