try to get landlord to agree to delay. if not file ex parte application to continue trial date - include doctors note
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From what I am able to deduct from your statement is, will the court grant an extension in your UD case because you have bronchitis? Honestly, the court is probably not going to have time for that because of the summary nature of a UD case. You could try to obtain an extension by filing a counter-request to set trial with your doctors note. Link to form: http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/ud150.pdf
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