1- It will go to attorney of record
2- 60 days from date of service but some exceptions
4-The court will review it to see if there really are no claims stated. I think it is abuse of discretion.
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You need to contact your attorney to discuss the trial and resulting demurrers. An appeal is generally handled by attorneys who are certified in appellate law. It sounds like you are incredibly organized and this will assist both you and the attorney in moving forward. I have personally dealt with other California claims such as yours and it is important for you to gather as much documentation as possible. Best of luck to you.
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i agree with the other attorneys responses, you should discuss this with your attorney, or if you are dissatisfied with them, hire a new attorney.
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You have asked this before. I you aren't happy with the attorney, retain one of the above lawyers in your state.
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