Can an individual file an Appeal and designate the record for a Corporation in California, without an attorney? If so, is there case precedent for it?
I agree with Mr. Kassman. While the corporation might get away with it for a while, the notice is subject to being struck and, if the time to appeal has expired. end of appeal.See question
I received a 3 day pay or quit by nail and mail but the manger did not try and personally serve me first. I am a stay at home mom with no car and a disabled child who receives in home therapy during the week and am almost always home. The manager ...
Personal service must be attempted, first. See my blog post:
"Unlawful Detainer: Personal Service of Notice to Quit Must Be Attempted; Post Foreclosure Plaintiff Must Prove Duly Perfected Title" at https://mrdaymude.com/unlawful-detainer-personal-service-of-notice-to-quit-must-be-attempted-post-forclosure-plaintiff-must-prove-duly-perfected-title/
I have a case in the Appeal Court and have been told that I need to hire a lawyer for my company, even though I own my company or my case will be dismissed. I'm looking for a lawyer who will file the brief on my behalf and can offer a grand, but h...
Thank you for your post. I appreciate the chuckle. Mr. Fox has provided an excellent response to your question. Good luck.See question
I need some assistance in drafting my brief. I wondered if working with an attorney in this capacity as a service, off record, is "legal" who can help me with my document? I see some of this offered on the internet.
Yes. "Unnoticed representation" is specifically allowed under California Rules of Court, Rules 3.35-3.37.See question
I am the defendant in an unlimited civil case. I had my demurrer to the FAC sustained with leave. Can I at any time file a motion for judgment on the pleadings, or do I have to respond to the upcoming SAC first and then file a motion for judgment ...
A motion for judgment on the pleadings may also be called a "delayed demurrer." If the FAC is defective, you should again demurrer. A motion for judgment on the pleadings is premature until you have filed an answer. In most cases, a motion for judgment on the pleadings that have survived a demurrer will be summarily denied.See question
My uncle recently die and my aunt has dementia, she is in an mental instution environment, is it possible for me to sell property willed to me
You are not an executor until appointed by the court. No, you cannot sell property "willed" to you except through probate.See question
I HAVE TO OPPOSE A PETITION TO CONFIRM ATTORNEY-CLIENT FEE ARBITRATIN AWARD. I RECEIVED THE MOVING PAPERS ON 3-25-17. THE HEARING IS SET FOR 5-12-2017 IN DEPARTMENT C14 AT 9 A.M. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ORANGE...
You must file and service your opposition by May 1. You should be aware that there are very limited grounds upon which to set aside a binding arbitration award. Non-binding awards become binding 30 days after service of the award. A binding arbitration award can be vacated on the grounds specified in section 1286.2 of the Code of Civil Procedure,. (See Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 6203(b).)See question
I filed it 47 days out. I asked a process server to personally serve. I had permission to file on cross-complainant by email. So I emailed that day I filed it. On the defendant's lawyer, I hired a process server to do it personally He didn't do it...
If defendant has filed an answer, how is the 3-year rule applicable? Perhaps you are moving under the 2-year rule? If plaintiff is personally served on day 45, service is timely. The date of service controls, not filing. You should have given yourself more time.See question
It's not my account, do I file a motion to quash service, demurrer and answer to give me time,can I dismiss? Only have two days to file.
I agree with Mr. Hyman. Your question is unclear. You cannot file a motion to quash if you have not been served. What do you mean it's not your account? Why do you believe this lawsuit pertains to you? I agree you should immediately consult and retain counsel to determine how you should proceed moving forward.See question
My father died 8 years ago and had a trust (revocable) set up with my sister as executor. I have been saddled with tax bills from capital gains for the last 7 years and am tired of it. I have never received one accounting of the assets remaining i...
You could have disclaimed your interest within a "reasonable" time. However, after 7 years, I doubt a disclaimer would be effective now. Perhaps you should consider a petition re distribution.See question