Los Angeles Superior Court to Begin Mandatory eFiling of Complex Cases September 20, 2021

Los Angeles Superior Court to Begin Mandatory

eFiling of Complex Cases

Beginning September 20, 2021, the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, will mandate eFiling of all documents in the Civil Complex Division.
A virtual meeting for legal professionals and electronic filing service providers (EFSPs) in September will provide detailed information about this change. You may view the court notice and register here.
The court strongly encourages legal professionals such as legal assistants, paralegals, and EFSPs to attend.
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Serve your Tenant when Eviction Moratoriums Ends October, 2021 or does it?

 

Eviction Service California – Starting @ $85.00

The End of the Eviction Moratorium Is a Wake-Up Call for Democratic Lawmakers

Recent Supreme Court rulings have highlighted the party’s staggering legislative impotence.

Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi have a heated discussion on the steps of the U.S. Capitol.

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Last week’s Supreme Court ruling to end the federal moratorium on evictions was perhaps a canary in the coal mine for what would transpire a week later, with the high court’s decision not to prevent Texas’s treacherous new anti-abortion law from going into effect. The court’s conservative majority’s move to curtail the moratorium, a cornerstone of the pandemic relief effort, once again dispensed a status quo–altering ruling off their so-called “shadow docket,” over the dissent of the liberal trio. The end of the federal eviction moratorium will precipitate a crisis that threatens to displace 3.5 million households.

The Roberts court’s choice to let Texas’s abortion law go into effect underscores the indecencies of a right-wing judiciary. But it bears mention that the end of the eviction moratorium is not really the Supreme Court’s fault. The blame for that falls squarely on the Democratic-controlled Congress. Amid a litany of crises, the Supreme Court’s recent action (and inaction) provides a timely gut check on the Democrats’ overall governing and reelection strategy.

It’s actually remarkable that the moratorium stood for as long as it did. As The New Republic’s Matt Ford explained last month, the authority that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cited as the basis of the moratorium was flimsy at best, relying on an extremely generous reading of a single clause in the Public Health Service Act of 1944. That it managed to coax an initially empathetic ruling from the conservative Supreme Court, albeit temporarily, is a minor miracle.

At the time, Justice Brett Kavanaugh made it clear that the moratorium was not long for this world: “If a federally imposed eviction moratorium is to continue,” Kavanaugh wrote, “Congress must specifically authorize it.” Last week’s shadow docket decision reaffirmed this: “If a federally imposed eviction moratorium is to continue, Congress must specifically authorize it,” it read.

Despite such clear guidance for the action Congress needed to take, the White House responded to the Covid housing crisis by pointing toward figures far from Capitol Hill as the solution to the problem. On August 26, White House press secretary Jen Psaki ran down a wide-ranging list of people who needed to step up and help. Members of Congress were conspicuously absent from the request: “President Biden is once again calling on all entities that can prevent evictions—from cities and states to local courts, landlords, Cabinet agencies—to urgently act to prevent evictions.”

A few days later, Psaki returned to the lectern to declare, “Attorney General Merrick Garland is calling on the entire legal community to take immediate action to help prevent unnecessary evictions during this public health emergency.” This vague and nonsensical call to the entire legal community (whatever that means) came before the White House called on any legislators to do anything to stop people from losing their homes unnecessarily. (The White House did not explain what makes an eviction “necessary” or “unnecessary.”)

It’s all a rather farcical way of coming to grips with reality: Between the Democrats who are bankrolled by the National Association of Realtors and those who favor maintaining the filibuster over passing an agenda, there’s not enough Democratic support to save vulnerable Americans from losing their homes. Had Democrats been more willing to put their control of Congress to better use, they could have actually helped out their constituents in this time of crisis, rather than doing nothing.

The Democrats’ midterm strategy is, thus far, baffling. The party wants to brag about a legislative agenda that’s mostly blocked by the Senate filibuster. They need their voters to “out-organize” a titanically well-funded Republican movement to suppress the vote, all while fighting for their reproductive rights and/or being pushed out of their homes.

There’s a winning message to be had, nevertheless. Democrats can boast a strong platform of popular policies that might ameliorate some of America’s biggest problems, and can make a riveting case that the Republican Party is as cruelilliberal, and irresponsible as ever. But these midterm arguments are undercut by the Democrats’ refusal to act on them—to use the power they have in the little time left to make the case that they should continue to hold power.

This week, as Texas’s draconian new abortion law went into effect across the Lone Star State, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer vowed on Twitter, “This fight is only just beginning.” That every “fight” is perpetually on the verge of getting started without Democrats ever entering the ring is precisely the problem.

This article first appeared in Power Mad, a weekly TNR newsletter authored by deputy editor Jason Linkins. Sign up here.

 

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PC/STR/Form10-2009 Letter of Consent/Non-Consent from Adjoining Neighbors for Request of Yard Reduction View
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PC/STR/Aff36-2016 Tract Sales Office Affidavit View
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PC/STR/Aff10-2016 Assumption of Risk Agreement Waiver of 30 Day Waiting Period on Zone Change, Ordinance No. 132,954 View
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PC/STR/Aff23-2016 Covenant and Agreement Regarding Maintenance of Building View
PC/STR/Aff24-2014 Covenant and Agreement Regarding Maintenance of Building on Air Space Lots (LAMC 98.0403.1(A)9) View
PC/STR/Aff27-2014 Covenant and Agreement Regarding Maintenance of Off-Site Parking Space View
PC/STR/Aff18-2016 Covenant and Agreement Regarding Easement View
PC/STR/Aff17-2016 Covenant and Agreement Regarding Drainage Easement View
PC/STR/Aff13-2016 Covenant and Agreement for Community Driveway Over Two Parcels View
PC/STR/Aff32-2016 Agreement Regarding the Recordation of Technical Documents View
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Which CA Counties are currently accepting eRecordings.

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California County Recorders

Looking to record a deed, mechanics lien, abstract of judgment, a notice of pendency of action, or other such documents in California? You’ll need to record it with the county recorder in the county where the property or asset is located. Here is a listing of all county recorders in California. Click on the county name to find more information on the county.

More importantly, did you know eRecording is now available?

Counties that allow eRecording will have eRecord Now next to the county name. Click on eRecord Now to learn how you can submit your documents to be recorded electronically.

Alameda  *  eRecord Now

Alameda County Recorder

1106 Madison St

Oakland, CA 94607

510-272-6362, press 5 then 0

Alpine

Alpine County Recorder

99 Water Street

Markleeville, CA 96120

530-694-2283

Amador

Amador County Recorder

810 Court Street

Jackson, CA 95642

209-223-6468

Butte  *  eRecord Now

Butte County Clerk-Recorder

155 Nelson Ave

Oroville, CA 95965

530-538-7691

Calaveras  *  eRecord Now

Calaveras County Clerk / Recorder

891 Mountain Ranch Road

San Andreas, CA 95249

209-754-6372

Colusa

County Clerk Recorder

546 Jay St. Ste. 200 95932

Colusa, CA 95932

530-458-0500

Contra Costa  *  eRecord Now

Contra Costa County Clerk Recorder

555 Escobar Street Recording Section

Martinez, CA 94553

925-335-7900

Del Norte

Del Norte County Clerk-Recorder

981 H Street, Suite 160

Crescent City, CA 95531

707-464-7216

El Dorado  *  eRecord Now

El Dorado County Recorder Clerk

360 Fair Lane

Placerville, CA 95667

530-621-5490

Fresno  *  eRecord Now

Fresno County Recorder

Hall of Records, 2281 Tulare Street, Room 302

Fresno, CA 93721

559-600-3471

Glenn

Glenn County Recorder

516 West Sycamore Street, Second Floor

Willows, CA 95988

530-934-6412

Humboldt

Humboldt County Clerk Recorder

825 5th Street, Fifth Floor

Eureka, CA 95501

707-445-7593

Imperial

Imperial County Clerk / Recorder

940 W. Main Street, Suite 202

El Centro, CA 92243-2839

-442-265-1076

Inyo

Inyo County Recorder

168 N Edwards St

Independence, CA 93526

760-878-0222

Kern  *  eRecord Now

Kern County Recorder

1530 Truxtun Avenue

Bakersfield, CA 93301

661-868-6400

Kings

Kings County Clerk-Recorder

1400 W. Lacey Blvd.

Hanford, CA 93230

559-582-3211 Ext. 2470

Lake

Lake County Assessor-Recorder

255 North Forbes Street

Lakeport, CA 95453

707-263-2293

Lassen

Lassen County Recorder

220 South Lassen Street, Suite 5

Susanville, CA 96130

530-251-8234

Los Angeles  *  eRecord Now

Los Angeles County Recorder

12400 Imperial Hwy.

Norwalk, CA 90650

888-201-8999 Press 2 then 2

Madera  *  eRecord Now

Madera County Recorder

200 West 4th Street

Madera, CA 93637

559-675-7724

Marin  *  eRecord Now

Marin County Recorders Office

3501 Civic Center Drive, Ste 232

San Rafael, CA 94903-9491

415-499-6092

Mariposa

Mariposa County Recorder

4982 10th St.

Mariposa, CA 95338

209-966-2332

Mendocino

Mendocino County Assessor-Clerk-Recorder

501 Low Gap Rd., Room 1020

Ukiah, CA 95482

707-463-4376

Merced  *  eRecord Now

Merced County Recorder

2222 M. St., Main Floor

Merced, CA 95340

209-385-7627

Modoc  *  eRecord Now

Modoc County Auditor-Recorder-Clerk-Elections

204 South Court Street, Basement

Alturas, CA 96101

530-233-6205

Mono  *  eRecord Now

Mono County Clerk-Recorder

Annex I, 74 School St.

Bridgeport, CA 93517

760-932-5530

Monterey  *  eRecord Now

Monterey County recorder

1st floor, 168 West Alisal Street

Salinas, CA 93901

831-755-5041

Napa  *  eRecord Now

Napa County Recorder

1127 1st Street, Suite A

Napa, CA 94559

707-253-4105

Nevada  *  eRecord Now

Nevada County Recorder

950 Maidu Avenue, Suite 210

Nevada City, CA 95959

530-265-1221

Orange  *  eRecord Now

Orange County Clerk-Recorder

601 N. Ross St.

Santa Ana, CA 92701

714-834-2887

Placer  *  eRecord Now

Placer County Recorder

2954 Richardson Drive

Auburn, CA 95603

530-886-5600

Plumas

Plumas County Recorder

520 Main Street, Room 102

Quincy, CA 95971

530-283-6218

Riverside  *  eRecord Now

Riverside County Clerk

2724 Gateway Dr

Riverside, CA 92507

951-486-7000

Sacramento  *  eRecord Now

Sacramento County Clerk/Recorder

600 8th St

Sacramento, CA 95814

916-874-6334

San Benito

San Benito County Recorder

440 Fifth Street

Hollister, CA 95023

831-636-4046

San Bernardino  *  eRecord Now

San Bernardino County Recorder

222 West Hospitality Lane

San Bernardino, CA 92415-0022

909-387-8306

San Diego  *  eRecord Now

San Diego County Recorder

590 Third Ave, Rm 204

Chula Vista, CA 91910

619-238-8158

San Francisco

1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, City Hall, Room 190

San Francisco, CA 94102-4698

Phone: 415-554-5596

Fax: 415-554-7915

Email: assessor@sfgov.org

San Joaquin  *  eRecord Now

San Joaquin County Recorder

44 N San Joaquin Street, Suite 260

Stockton, CA 95202

209-468-3939

San Luis Obispo  *  eRecord Now

San Luis Obispo County Clerk-Recorder

1055 Monterey Street D-120

San Luis Obispo, CA 93408

805-781-5080

San Mateo  *  eRecord Now

San Mateo County Recorder

555 County Center; Recording office

Redwood City, CA 94063

650.363.4500

Santa Barbara  *  eRecord Now

Santa Barbara County Clerk-Recorder

1100 Anacapa St.

Santa Barbara, CA 93101

805-568-2250

Santa Clara  *  eRecord Now

Clerk Recorder

70 West Hedding Street, East Wing, First Floor

San Jose, CA 95110

408-299-5688

Santa Cruz  *  eRecord Now

Santa Cruz County Recorder

701 Ocean Street Room 230

Santa Cruz, CA 95060

831-454-2800

Shasta  *  eRecord Now

Shasta County Assessor Recorder

1450 Court St., Ste 208

Redding, CA 96001-1670

530-225-5671

Sierra

Sierra County Recorder

100 Courthouse Square, Suite 11

Downieville, CA 95936

530-289-3295

Siskiyou

Siskiyou County Recorder

311 Fourth Street, Room 108​

Yreka, CA 96097

530-842-8065

Solano  *  eRecord Now

Solano County Recorders Office

675 Texas Street, Suite 2700

Fairfield, CA 94533-6338

707-784-6200

Sonoma  *  eRecord Now

Sonoma County Recorder

585 Fiscal Drive, Room 103

Santa Rosa, CA 95403

707-565-2651

Stanislaus

Stanislaus County Clerk Recorder

1021 I Street, Ste 201

Modesto, CA 95354-0847

209-525-5270

Sutter

Sutter County Recorder

433 2nd St

Yuba City, CA 95991

530-822-7134

Tehama  *  eRecord Now

Tehama County Recorder

633 Washington St, Room 11

Red Bluff, CA 96080

530-527-3350

Trinity

Trinity County Recorder

11 Court St.

Weaverville, CA 96093

530-623-1215

Tulare  *  eRecord Now

Tulare County Recorder

221 South Mooney Boulevard, Rm 103

Visalia, CA 93291-4593

559-636-5050

Tuolumne

Tuolumne County Recorder

2 South Green St.

Sonora, CA 95370

209-533-5531

Ventura  *  eRecord Now

Ventura County Clerk & Recorder

Hall of Admin, Main Plaza 800 S Victoria Ave

Ventura, CA 93009

805-654-2295

Yolo

Yolo County Recorder

625 Court Street, Room B01

Woodland, CA 95776-1130

530-666-8130

Yuba  *  eRecord Now

Yuba County Recorder

915 8th St., Suite 107

Marysville, CA 95901

530-749-7850

 

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The best way to describe the eRecording process. Think of the internet as an electronic version of your current Courier, Attorney Service Runner, or the US Postal Service package. E-recording is your fast new cost-effective document delivery option. You scan your document(s) separately in Black & White with a recommended 300 to 1200 DPI, submit via a secure internet portal while placing your order which is then recorded submitted to the County and returned through the same method.

Here is how to get started

1. Set up a free account.

2. Click Place Order and place a new County Recording order.

3. Choose County Recording and Choose your County and branch if applicable.

4. Check the box even if you have a case number.

5. Click Add Party and Choose either Organization or Person and enter the entity name and save.

Choose Yes for ” Is this your lead client?” and see the next image.

Choose Requester from the drop-down menu.

If you have an internal / office billing code or file number enter it, otherwise enter N/A

Click save and next.

6. In the Documents tab, click on the Existing Documents “Radio Button”

And Immediately Click on Cancel when the below window pops up.

Once you click Cancel, Start Typing out the Exact Name of your Document.

When done, click on the Attach File button to the right of the Document Field as displayed below,

Once document(s) is/are uploaded choose Countrywide Process is Authorized to Advance Fees.

7. Finally, Choose your Service Level and click Submit.

Frequently Asked Questions

When I place the order, is it directly to the Recorder?

When you place your order on our portal, we submit your document(s) to the County Recorder via a secure portal based on your order criteria.

What is the cost?

Currently, our Routine eRecording fee is $55.00 plus the Recorders fee & $10.00 portal fee.

For additional levels, fees and volume pricing call or text, 833.468.6577 Toll charges from your phone carrier may apply.

How do I pay the invoice? By using your preferred method,  credit/debit card, or (ECH/ACH).

How long does it take? Past experience has shown, on average, 1 – 3 days.  County turnaround varies.

Any setup or recurring fees? No, just a one-time fee for the particular eRecording order.

Do I have to use Countrywideprocess.com? No, but we are good at what we do.

Can I Record Multiple Documents with one order? Yes, if they are part of the same transaction, in the same county, and associated with the same property, otherwise, you will need to place a separate order. An additional document fee of $10.00 may apply. Also, keep in mind, multiple documents may be submitted per order but if one is rejected, the entire package is rejected.

Which CA Counties are currently accepting eRecordings.

California           All Other States

  • Alameda County
  • Butte County
  • Calaveras County
  • Contra Costa County
  • El Dorado County
  • Fresno County
  • Kern County
  • Los Angeles County
  • Madera County
  • Marin County
  • Merced County
  • Modoc County
  • Mono County
  • Monterey County
  • Napa County
  • Nevada County
  • Orange County
  • Placer County
  • Riverside County
  • Sacramento County
  • San Bernardino County
  • San Diego County
  • San Joaquin County
  • San Luis Obispo County
  • San Mateo County
  • Santa Barbara County
  • Santa Clara County
  • Santa Cruz County
  • Shasta County
  • Solano County
  • Sonoma County
  • Tehama County
  • Tulare County
  • Ventura County
  • Yuba County

Ask us about our High Volume Filer Discount as low as $25.00 plus costs and advances.

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Contact us now at:
888.962.9696 or 818.980.7378
Emergency Line  833.468.6577
or email us at cwprocess@gmail.com
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CA Filing Fee Schedule – Increases per AB 330

NOTICE OF FEE INCREASE

Effective January 1, 2020

As a result of the enactment of AB 330, various court filing fees pursuant to Government code 70626 (a)
and (b) have been increased effective of Jan. 1, 2020.
The following fees will increase from $25 to $40 pursuant to Government code 70626 (a):
1. Issuing writ of attachment, writ of mandate, writ of execution, writ of sale, writ of possession,
writ of prohibition, writ of restitution, or any other writ for enforcement of an order or judgment
2. Issuing abstract of judgment
3. Certificate of satisfaction of judgment (CCP 724.100)
4. Writ of execution
5. Abstract of judgment
6. Certifying a copy of paper, record, or proceeding on file
7. Certificate for which fee is not otherwise fixed; includes lis pendens
8. Taking affidavit, except in criminal case or adoption proceedings
9. Acknowledgment of deed or other instrument
10. Recording or registering license or issuing certificate in connection with a license, required by
law, for which charge is not otherwise prescribed
The following fees will increase from $30 to $45 pursuant to Government code 70626 (b)
1. Abstract of judgment rendered from another court
2. Issuing commission to take deposition out of state under CCP 2026.010
3. Filing and entering award under Workers’ Compensation Act
4. Application for subpoena for discovery in out-of-state case (CCP 2029.300)
5. Confession of judgment (CCP 1134)
6. Renewal of judgment (CCP 683.150)
7. Issuing an order of sale
8. Affidavit procedure for real property of small value under Prob.C 13201
9. Appeal from determination of dangerous or vicious dog (F&A 31622)
10. Filing affidavit of publication of notice of dissolution of partnership
11. Filing and indexing papers for which a charge is not provided elsewhere

 

California Judicial Council Statewide Fee Schedule

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Issuing Out-of-State Subpoenas

Issuing Out-of-State Subpoenas in California: The attached links below are all the forms available for issuing an out of state subpoena to take jurisdiction in California. We have provided all three types of subpoena’s, please choose the one that applies to your particular case.

Once you have your documents all completely filled out, there are Two Options to having the Subpoena Filed & Issued prior to Service.

Either way, you will need to create an account by clicking here. New Account Registration

1)  Have us File it for you. Simply email your documents to cwprocess@gmail.com

2) You may eFile the document(s) yourself once completed if the case is to be eFiled in one of the many California Courts.

After documents have been filed with the respective court we will dispatch the service of your subpoena.

Please fill out the required forms below that are needed for your case and click here to place an order today!

Forms

Application For Discovery Subpoena in Action Pending Outside California ( The Court Charges a Filing Fee of $30.00 )
Download SUBP-030 Form Now

Subpoena For Production of Business Records in Action Pending Outside California
Download SUBP-035 Form Now

Deposition Subpoena For Personal Appearance in Action Pending Outside California
Download SUBP-040 Form Now

Deposition Subpoena For Personal Appearance & Production of Documents & Things in Action Pending Outside California
Download SUBP-045 Form Now 

Attachment Form MC-25 ( Used to provide additional information that does not fit on the Subpoena of choice )
Download Form Now  

e-Filing Courts List

 

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Phone: 888 962 9696
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