The clerk said I need a Motion on pleading paper to file with the Petition. The Petition doesn't have a place to put the hearing date and time, so that must go on the Motion.
Go to your local law library and find the set "Cal Forms of Pleading and Practice" Look under Arbitration.
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if this was a contractual arbitration, use ADR-106:
Then prepare a Notice of Hearing on pleading paper with a case caption once you obtain the hearing date.
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Do an internet search. You may be able to find a similar motion someone else has done that you can use as a copy.
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