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Declaration Regarding Damages For Default Judgment - Unlawful Detainer AC-010 - California
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ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, address, telephone number, and attorney State Bar number): Reserved for Clerk's File Stamp ATTORNEY FOR (Name): SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF ALAMEDA COURT ADDRESS PLAINTIFF DEFENDANT DECLARATION REGARDING DAMAGES FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT -- UNLAWFUL DETAINER 1. I am the plaintiff plaintiff's attorney plaintiff's agent CASE NUMBER other (specify): 2. Total back rent stated in notice to pay rent or quit: From (date): To (date): at $ per month (less payments in the amount of $ made prior to the notice): 3. Additional rental value claimed for occupancy after the period stated in the notice to pay rent or quit: (Claim may not go beyond date of hearing.) For the period beginning (date): and ending (date): at $ per 4. Other damages, pleaded and proved: 5. Subtotal: 6. Less: a. Deposits: $ b. Payment(s) made after notice to pay rent or quit: $ c. Total credits: 7. Balance due: (May not exceed prayer or amount claimed in Request for Entry of Default.) 8. Attorney fees, if prayed for and provided for in written agreement (minimum fee of $300 for unlawful detainer cases, per court schedule): 9. Cost, per memorandum of costs: 10. Did defendant pay any deposits that are not being credited above? reasons why they should not be credited: Yes $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ No. If yes, specify amounts and 11. Is the defendant still occupying the premises? Yes No. If no, specify date when defendant vacated: I declare under penalty of perjury, under the laws of the State of California, that the foregoing is true and correct. DATE TYPE OR PRINT DECLARANT'S NAME DECLARANT'S SIGNATURE FORM NO. AC-010 (New 4-00) DECLARATION REGARDING DAMAGES FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT -- UNLAWFUL DETAINER AL-021 2002 © American LegalNet, Inc.