Effective October 5, 2020, the Judicial Council adopted four new Unlawful Detainer forms.
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On August 31, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsome approved AB 3088, also known as the Tenant Relief Act.
Effective October 5, 2020, the Judicial Branch of California issued a set of new and revised forms with regards to Unlawful Detainers.
By far the most common support question we receive is related to the fees associated with electronic filing in the Odyssey eFile program.
One of the features in the e-filing application is the ability to have it convert documents into Text Searchable PDFs within a filing.
It should be noted that in the San Diego Civil and Probate courts, the filing clerk determines what fees to charge upon their acceptance of a filing.
While Filing on an Existing Case in the San Diego Civil Court is pretty much the same as any other court, the article below explains a few differences which filers should know.
While Initiating a New Case in the San Diego Civil Court is pretty much the same as any other court, the article below explains a few differences which filers should know.
If a user has a Sealed Unlawful Detainer Case in the San Diego Civil Court they need to e-file on, the user needs to know the exact party names as entered on the court record to look the case up in the e-filing system.
If you find that the Los Angeles Civil Court has overcharged you for a specific filing, the court requests you fill out a REQUEST FOR REFUND, and submit it in paper at the court location.