I submitted for a hearing date for a Motion to Compel and the date has been set in February. I have now decided that I want to vacate or dismiss this hearing that I have set and want it off the court calendar. What is the procedure for doing this in California?
What’s best for you and the other side to call the clerk and I have taken off calendar
Contact the appropriate court clerk to make the request and notify the opposing parties.
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If the opposing side has not made a counter motion, you can take it off calendar with a call to the department’s calendar clerk. If you served notice of the motion, you need to serve notice the motion is off calendar.
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