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Notice Of Status Conference A-1 - California
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ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE) FOR COURT USE ONLY Attorney for: SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF STANISLAUS Street Address: Mailing Address: Petitioner/Plaintiff: Respondent/Defendant: Case Number: 1100 I Street, Modesto, CA 95354 P.O. Box 1098, Modesto, CA 95353 NOTICE OF STATUS CONFERENCE TO ALL PARTIES AND THEIR ATTORNEYS OF RECORD: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that this matter is set for a Status Conference on in a department to be assigned at the Courthouse located at 800 - 11th Street, Modesto, California. The requesting party shall serve a copy of this notice to all other parties. An answer must be filed to avoid a default. at 9:30 a.m. Each party shall file a Status Conference Statement at least five (5) court days before the Status Conference, unless a Stipulation to set the case for trial has been signed and filed at least five (5) court days before the Status Conference. The Status Conference is not expected to last more than five (5) minutes and its purpose is set forth at Local Rule 3.76 of the Stanislaus County Courts Local Rules. The attorney for each party (or the party personally, if not represented by counsel) shall attend the Status Conference, unless: (1) a Court Call status conference has been timely scheduled, (2) a Dismissal or Judgment has been filed and all unserved "Does" dismissed, or (3) a stipulation has been filed placing the case in Track I and setting a trial date which has been previously reserved by the Court Calendar Manager. MONETARY SANCTIONS WILL BE IMPOSED FOR FAILURE TO TIMELY FILE THE STATUS CONFERENCE STATEMENT AND/OR FAILURE TO ATTEND THE STATUS CONFERENCE. REFER TO RULE 3.76 OF THE STANISLAUS COUNTY COURTS IN ADDITION TO OTHER RULES ON THE REVERSE SIDE. Dated: by: Deputy Clerk A-1 Rev. 7/00 ST-0104 2002 © American LegalNet, Inc. MANDATORY COURT RULES 1. Within 65 days of filing the complaint, plaintiff shall 1) serve the Complaint and Notice of Status Conference on each defendant, and 2) file the proof of service. 2. Within 45 days of having been served with the Complaint, the defendant shall file and serve a responsive pleading and, if ordered, a Notice of Status Conference. 3. Within 30 days of filing a cross-complaint or amended pleading, the filing party shall serve the pleading on all necessary parties and file the proof of service within 5 days thereafter. Any responsive pleading thereto shall be filed and served within 30 days. The filing of a cross-complaint shall not extend any of the deadlines or time limits set in this Rule 3.75. To prevent unnecessary delay, the Court may serve a cross-complaint from the action. 4. In cases filed in the Superior Court all attorneys and pro per litigants are required to appear in person at the status conference unless a Court Call status conference has been timely scheduled (Rule 3.77). A $250.00 sanction will be imposed for an unexcused failure to attend. 5. Where a Status Conference is scheduled, a Status Conference Statement shall be completed and filed at least 5 court days before the Status Conference. A $25.00 sanction will be imposed for failure to timely file the Status Conference Statement. A $100.00 sanction will be imposed for failure to bring a previously unfiled Status Conference Statement to the Status Conference. The Status Conference Statement shall be in substantial conformity with the sample Status Conference Statement. Where a Settlement Conference is scheduled, a Settlement Conference Statement shall be completed 6. and filed at least 5 court days before the Settlement Conference. A $25.00 sanction will be imposed for failure to timely file the Settlement Conference Statement. A $100.00 sanction will be imposed for failure to bring a previously unfiled Settlement Conference Statement to the Settlement Conference. The Settlement Conference Statement shall be in substantial conformity with the sample Settlement Conference Statement. 7. All cases subject to judicial arbitration, can be assigned to voluntary mediation instead of judicial arbitration if 1) the parties so stipulate in writing, 2) the court so orders, 3) all fees are paid; and 4) all parties agree to appear for the mediation and participate in good faith in mediation. Any failure to pay fees will result in an immediate referral to mandatory judicial arbitration. FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL RESULT IN COURT SANCTIONS AGAINST OFFENDING PARTY. 2002 © American LegalNet, Inc.