Palo Alto California Judgments-tataufo

Legal The Santa Clara County Superior Courts of California has courts in the 5 California cities of San Jose, Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, Morgan Hill, and Santa Clara. The Santa Clara County Superior Court covers small claims, civil, criminal, family, juvenile, and traffic cases. Related Santa Clara County agencies are the Santa County Sheriff’s Department, the Santa Clara County Clerk/Recorder, and the Assessor’s Office. The main web site for the Santa Clara County Courts is There is a good amount of metered parking close to the primary courthouse at 191 North First Street in San Jose. If the metered parking area is full, there are several five-dollar parking lots close by. Many of the other dozen or so Santa Clara County civil and small claims and traffic courts offer free parking. The main courthouse is at 191 North First Street, and has many levels, the 1st floor is where the court records are kept, and where scheduling departments, and many court clerks. The levels above the 1st floor are where the courtrooms are located, the court rooms are referred to as departments one through sixteen. I have been to this court at least one thousand times, and never met a court clerk or a judge there that was not excellent. The weather in Santa Clara County, California, is moderate, averaging from about 55 degrees Fahrenheit in January to eighty degrees in July. The rest of the year, temperatures are very moderate. Similar to other California courts, the Santa Clara County court fees are $395 for an unlimited civil ($25,000 or more) complaint, or other first paper filed, for any kind of case. For limited civil cases (less than $25,000), it costs $370 for a complaint or other first paper filed. The court fees are $385 for unlawful detainer cases less than $25,000. Small Claims Court charges $181 for a case, or for the first papers filed. For a complete list of the Santa Clara Court fees, see, and click their 2010 fee schedule. The Santa Clara County Superior Court website is average. Their web site lets you list and search the status of cases online, but they have not digitized the court records, so you cannot download copies of (e.g.) judgments. Their still very useful web site is at I have often looked up judgments on the Santa Clara court website, and looked up judgments. One can see if judgments have been satisfied, unsatisfied, dismissed, etc. Here is an idea for budget-restricted courts. Digitizing even a decade of court records is a daunting task. Instead, only digitize the court documents that have been requested online. Existing court web sites could change their web sites easily to say "click here" to request a PDF copy. The court could email the requester when the record has been digitized, even if it takes a week, it would be the most cost-effective way for a court to digitize their documents. Unfortunately, most judgments are never recovered. Judgments are not easy or cheap to enforce. You either must collect the judgment yourself, or find a judgment broker, enforcer, or collections attorney. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: