CA Filing Fee Schedule - Increases per AB 330 Effective Jan 1 2020

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

 

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