This preview shows page 1. Sign up to view the full content.
Unformatted text preview: Form SC-150 (or write a
What if I lose the case?
letter) and mail it to the court and to all other people listed
If you lose, you can appeal. You’ll have to pay a fee.
on your court papers before the deadline. Enclose a check
(Plaintiffs cannot appeal their own claims.)
for your court fees, unless a fee waiver was granted.
• If you were at the trial, file Form SC-140, Notice of
Appeal. You must file within 30 days after the
• If you were not at the trial, fill out and file Form
Your county’s Small Claims Advisor can help for free.
SC-135, Notice of Motion to Vacate Judgment and
Declaration, to ask the judge to cancel the judgment
(decision). If the judge does not give you a new
trial, you have 10 days to appeal the decision. File
Or go to www.courts.ca.gov/smallclaims/advisor.
For more information on appeals, see:
www.courts.ca.gov/smallclaims/appeals. ? *Exceptions: Different limits apply in an action against a defendant who is a guarantor. (See Code Civ. Proc. § 116.220(c).) In an action brought by a natural person for
damages for bodily injuries resulting from an automobile accident, a $7,500 limit applies if a defendant is covered by an automobile insurance policy that includes a duty
to defend. (See Code Civ. Proc. § 116.221.)
Revised January 1, 2012 Plaintiff’s Claim and ORDER to Go to Small Claims Court
(Small Claims) SC-100, Page 4 of 5 SC-100 Información para el demandado (la persona demandada) ¿Tengo otras opciones?
La “Corte de reclamos menores” es una corte especial
donde se deciden casos por $5,000 ó menos. Una "persona Sí. Si lo están demandando, puede:
• Resolver su caso antes del juicio. Si usted y el
natural" (que no sea un negocio ni una entidad pública)
Demandante se ponen de acuerdo en resolver el caso,
puede reclamar hasta $10,000. Una “persona natural” (que
ambos tienen que notificar a la corte. Pídale al Asesor de
no sea un negocio ni una entidad públ...
View Full Document
This note was uploaded on 01/17/2014 for the course ENG 1a taught by Professor Ehain during the Fall '11 term at Pasadena City College.
- Fall '11