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>Case No. UD16-00022, GV Glade MHP Associates v. Neil, 4/29/2016
>REVISED Case No. CU15-081060, Rossi v. Rossi, 4/29/2016

Case No. UD16-00022, GV Glade MHP Associates v. Neil, 4/29/2016 

Appearances are required for hearing on Plaintiffís Motion for Summary Judgment.

Any opposition to an unlawful detainer summary judgment, and any reply to an opposition, may be made orally at the time of the hearing. California Rules of Court 3.1351(b).

Angela L. Bradrick, research attorney for the Superior Court of Nevada County, will act as judge pro tem on the Court's April 29, 2016 law and motion calendar and has issued this tentative ruling. Any party who does not wish to stipulate to her hearing this matter must notify the other parties and then notify the Court's judicial assistant at (530) 265-1273, by 4:00 p.m. on April 28, 2016. Since no judge will be available for the April 29, 2016 law and motion calendar, if any party declines to stipulate, the matter will be continued to May 13, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. If all parties stipulate to Angela L. Bradrick hearing the matter but wish to argue at the hearing, they must notify the Courtís judicial assistant by 4:00 p.m. on April 28, 2016. If you do not so notify the parties or the Court, the tentative ruling shall become the final ruling. Any argument is limited to five minutes. California Rule of Court 3.1308, Local Rule 4.05.3.

Unless the court orders otherwise, the court does not provide court reporters for civil law and motion hearings and case management conferences at the court's expense. Any litigant who wants a record of a law and motion matter or a case management conference must arrange for the presence of a court reporter at his or her expense. Local Rule 10.00.3B.


REVISED Case No. CU15-081060, Rossi v. Rossi, 4/29/2016 

Defendantís Motion to Compel Responses to Form Interrogatories and Demand for Production of Documents is denied as moot. It appears that responses were served on April 26, 2016.

However, pursuant to CRC 3.1348, the court hereby orders that Defendant is awarded sanctions of $1,410, which is 6 hours at $225/hr plus a $60 filing fee.

Angela L. Bradrick, research attorney for the Superior Court of Nevada County, will act as judge pro tem on the Court's April 29, 2016 law and motion calendar and has issued this tentative ruling. Any party who does not wish to stipulate to her hearing this matter must notify the other parties and then notify the Court's judicial assistant at (530) 265-1273, by 4:00 p.m. on April 28, 2016. Since no judge will be available for the April 29, 2016 law and motion calendar, if any party declines to stipulate, the matter will be continued to May 13, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. If all parties stipulate to Angela L. Bradrick hearing the matter but wish to argue at the hearing, they must notify the Courtís judicial assistant by 4:00 p.m. on April 28, 2016. If you do not so notify the parties or the Court, the tentative ruling shall become the final ruling. Any argument is limited to five minutes. California Rule of Court 3.1308, Local Rule 4.05.3.

Unless the court orders otherwise, the court does not provide court reporters for civil law and motion hearings and case management conferences at the court's expense. Any litigant who wants a record of a law and motion matter or a case management conference must arrange for the presence of a court reporter at his or her expense. Local Rule 10.00.3B.