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Writ of Execution prejudgment Claim of Right to Possession NOT served in compliance with CCP 415.46. “The court will hear objections to enforcement of the judgment under CCP 1174.3 on the following dates (specify): Any court business day at 10:30 a.m.”
D over 60, alleges extreme hardship and fulfillment of the covenants of oral agreement with P, who variously claimed “forfeiture under the agreement,” “never an agreement” and that parties had "an understanding."
D realizes original judge hearing the matter (who erroneously ruled parties had no written agreement, so D had no legal standing to contest occupancy) will rule on her Relief Against Forfeiture.
D is going ex parte (notified opposing) but it is no appearance and D can file papers during court hours.
Can D paper the judge?