I appealed a UD judgement
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There is no one answer; it depends on what courthouse you are in; how backlogged the docket is; and how much attention the judges and clerks are paying to their individual cases. If you want to get it rolling along, you might start with calling the calendar clerk and/or file a motion asking the court to set a trial setting conference or a trial date. You might want to do this in cooperation with the opposing party's attorney. Also be advised that you have the right to a different trial judge by file a CCP 170.6 peremptory challenge of the judge who's decision was reversed.
Best of luck to you.
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If you are tenant and still in possession, no hurry. If Landlord, you should contact the clerk of the court and inquire.
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