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Order On Court Fee Waiver (Superior Court) FW-003 - California

Order On Court Fee Waiver (Superior Court) Form. This is a California form and can be used in Fee Waiver Judicial Council .
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FW-003 1 Order on Court Fee Waiver (Superior Court) Clerk stamps date here when form is filed. Person who asked the court to waive court fees: Name: Street or mailing address: City: State: Zip: 2 Lawyer, if person in 1 has one (name, address, phone number, e-mail, and State Bar number): Fill in court name and street address: Superior Court of California, County of 3 A request to waive court fees was filed on (date): The court made a previous fee waiver order in this case on (date): Fill in case number and case name: Case Number: Case Name: Read this form carefully. All checked boxes are court orders. Notice: The court may order you to answer questions about your finances and later order you to pay back the waived fees. If this happens and you do not pay, the court can make you pay the fees and also charge you collection fees. If there is a change in your financial circumstances during this case that increases your ability to pay fees and costs, you must notify the trial court within five days. (Use form FW-010.) If you win your case, the trial court may order the other side to pay the fees. If you settle your civil case for $10,000 or more, the trial court will have a lien on the settlement in the amount of the waived fees. The trial court may not dismiss the case until the lien is paid. Request to Waive Court Fees 4 After reviewing your (check one): the court makes the following orders: a. (1) . Request to Waive Additional Court Fees The court grants your request, as follows: Fee Waiver. The court grants your request and waives your court fees and costs listed below. (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 3.55.) You do not have to pay the court fees for the following: · Giving notice and certificates · Filing papers in Superior Court · Sending papers to another court department · Making copies and certifying copies · Sheriff 's fee to give notice · Court-appointed interpreter in small claims court · Reporter's daily fee (for up to 60 days following the fee waiver order at the court-approved daily rate) · Preparing and certifying the clerk's transcript on appeal · Court fees for phone hearings Additional Fee Waiver. The court grants your request and waives your additional superior court fees and costs that are checked below. (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 3.56.) You do not have to pay for the checked items. Jury fees and expenses Fees for a peace officer to testify in court Court-appointed interpreter fees for a witness Fees for court-appointed experts Reporter's daily fees (beyond the 60-day period following the fee waiver order) Other (specify): Fee Waiver for Appeal. The court grants your request and waives the fees and costs checked below, for your appeal. (Cal. Rules of Court, rules 3.55, 3.56, 8.26, and 8.818.) You do not have to pay for the checked items. Preparing and certifying clerk's transcript for appeal Other (specify): FW-003, Page 1 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com (2) (3) Judicial Council of California, www.courtinfo.ca.gov Revised July 1, 2009, Mandatory Form Government Code, § 68634(e) California Rules of Court, rule 3.52 Order on Court Fee Waiver (Superior Court) Case Number: Your name: b. The court denies your request, as follows: Warning! If you miss the deadline below, the court cannot process your request for hearing or the court papers you filed with your original request. If the papers were a notice of appeal, the appeal may be dismissed. (1) The court denies your request because it is incomplete. You have 10 days after the clerk gives notice of this order (see date below) to: · Pay your fees and costs, or · File a new revised request that includes the items listed below (specify incomplete items): The court denies your request because the information you provided on the request shows that you are not eligible for the fee waiver you requested (specify reasons): The court has enclosed a blank Request for Hearing About Court Fee Waiver Order (Superior Court), form FW-006. You have 10 days after the clerk gives notice of this order (see date below) to: · Pay your fees and costs, or · Ask for a hearing in order to show the court more information. (Use form FW-006 to request hearing.) (2) c. The court needs more information to decide whether to grant your request. You must go to court on the date below. The hearing will be about (specify questions regarding eligibility): Bring the following proof to support your request if reasonably available: Hearing Date Name and address of court if different from page 1: Date: Dept.: Time: Rm.: Warning! If item c is checked, and you do not go to court on your hearing date, the judge will deny your request to waive court fees, and you will have 10 days to pay your fees. If you miss that deadline, the court cannot process the court papers you filed with your request. If the papers were a notice of appeal, the appeal may be dismissed. Date: Signature of (check one): Judicial Officer Clerk, Deputy Request for Accommodations. Assistive listening systems, computer-assisted real-time captioning, or sign language interpreter services are available if you ask at least 5 days before your hearing. Contact the clerk's office for Request for Accommodation, Form MC-410. (Civil Code, § 54.8.) Clerk's Certificate of Service I certify that I am not involved in this case and (check one): A certificate of mailing is attached. I handed a copy of this order to the party and attorney, if any, listed in 1 and 2 , at the court, on the date below. This order was mailed first class, postage paid, to the party and attorney, if any, at the addresses listed in 1 and 2 , from (city): , California on the date below. Clerk, by , Deputy FW-003, Page 2 of 2 Date: Revised July 1, 2009 This is a Court Order. Order on Court Fee Waiver (Superior Court)
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