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Notice of Errata California Rules

This example of a California notice of Errata is used to correct minor errors or omissions in statements, motions, or other pleadings, such as the late filing of a missing page or a replacement page necessitated by a photocopying problem. The sample contains a short instruction and proof of service. The author is a virtual paralegal who has been practicing in California and federally since 1995 and has created over 300 sample legal documents for sale. Note that the author is NOT a lawyer and no guarantee is given. (a) (1) The court may, in order to promote justice and in all reasonable circumstances, authorize a party to vary a pleading or proceeding by adding or deleting the name of a party or correcting an error on behalf of a party or an error in any other respect;  and may, under equal conditions, extend the time limit for replying or refusing.  Similarly, the court may, at its discretion and after notifying the opposing party, allow, under reasonable conditions, a statement or proceeding to be modified in other details;  and may, under the same conditions, allow a reply to be made after the expiry of the period limited by this Code. (d) The court may, at the request of the aggrieved party or on its own initiative, correct clerical errors in its judgment or orders in order to comply with the judgment or order made, and may, at the request of either party, set aside a void judgment or order after notice to the other party. (B) Order a lawyer at fault not to pay more than one thousand dollars ($1,000) to the State Bar Client Security Fund. (c) (1) Whenever the court grants a default relief, default judgment or dismissal under any provision of this section, the court may, (A) impose a penalty of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000) on counsel or party at fault. 2. However, if the court grants an exemption from a default or default judgment under this Section on the basis of the affidavit of counsel for the defaulting party certifying the lawyer`s error, negligence, surprise or negligence, the appeal shall not be subject to the payment of compensation or costs imposed by the court or to compliance with any other sanctions ordered by the court.

2. If it appears to the satisfaction of the Tribunal that the amendment so requires, the Tribunal may postpone the hearing and, if the amendment requires an adjournment, require the payment of costs to the opposing party as a condition of the amendment, to the extent that it is equitable.


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