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  1. Civil Procedure Issues: Re: Ccp 170.6 or Refusal of Stipulation

    @LegalWriter You're correct, I'm not listening, I'm reading. I've already acquiesced to the fact the commissioner is a full-time employee, I don't believe that or that fact it's his/her department...
  2. Civil Procedure Issues: Re: Ccp 170.6 or Refusal of Stipulation

    It is true that a commissioner is a full-time employee versus a judge pro tem being a temporary judge (part-time employee), more or less meaning the rank order to be judge, commissioner, then judge...
  3. Civil Procedure Issues: Re: Ccp 170.6 or Refusal of Stipulation

    The core issue pertains to whether or not the utilization of CCP 170.6 is REQUIRED, versus simply refusing to stipulate to the use of a commissioner or judge pro tem. Whether or not a judge hears...
  4. Civil Procedure Issues: Re: Ccp 170.6 or Refusal of Stipulation

    Understood, however that doesn't really address the core issue I have in that I want to reserve the utilization of CCP 170.6 and simply reject the stipend acquiescing to the use of a...
  5. Civil Procedure Issues: When Can You Refuse to Stipulate to a Commissioner in Small Claims Court

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: California

    I went to Small Claims (in San Diego County) court today to observe and (to my astonishment) a litigant wanted to object to the...
  6. Repair and Maintenance: Re: Landlord is Serving Notices on the Wrong Tenant

    As my experience involves California, I don't know if it will help much, but I had a similar circumstance occur and it boiled down to the duplex being illegal. The LL was forced to post an advert or...
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