Judgement 10-Year Enforcement and Expiration

Navigating the complexities of judgment enforcement within California’s legal framework requires a thorough understanding of the 10-year limit as mandated by CCP § 683.020. This statute sets a definitive timeline for the enforceability of money and property judgments, with specific exceptions and renewal processes that can extend or alter this period.

Business Record Exception in California

Evidence of a writing made as a record of an act, condition, or event is not made inadmissible by the hearsay rule when offered to prove the act, condition, or event

When Deposition May Be Taken & Timing

What Are the Pros And Cons Of Taking A Witness’s Deposition?

There are advantages to conducting a witness deposition. It allows for effective questioning, which can lead to spontaneous admissions and help evaluate the credibility and demeanor of the witness. However, it’s important to consider the drawbacks well. Depositions can be costly. There is a possibility of unintentionally disclosing strategic information to the opposing counsel, which could potentially influence the outcome of the trial.

10 Common Litigation Mistakes Civil Litigation Attorneys Make

Laying Foundation for Evidence Under Business Records Exception

Service of Summons CCP 413.10 CCP 413.20 CCP 413.30 CCP 413.40

Burden of Proof Definition

Compensatory Damages