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Tentative Rulings, Nevada City - Law and Motion

>Case No. CU14-080713, Otteson v. Anderson, 9/4/2015
>Case No. CU09-074323, ACIC v. Pavone, 9/4/2015

Case No. CU14-080713, Otteson v. Anderson, 9/4/2015 

Defendantís Motion for Continuance of Trial and Continuance of Date of Exchange of Expert Witness Information is dropped as moot. A stipulation was received by the court on August 28, 2015.

The currently set Trial, PTC, and MSC dates are hereby vacated. A trial setting CMC is hereby set for October 5, 2015, at 9:00 am in Dept. 6. Parties shall filed updated CMC statements by September 25, 2015.

Defendantís attorney is to submit a formal order that sets out verbatim the tentative ruling herein for all three matters and complies with California Rule of Court 3.1312 and is thereafter to prepare, file and serve notice of order.

Angela L. Bradrick, research attorney for the Superior Court of Nevada County, will act as judge pro tem on the Court's September 4, 2015 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 probate, law and motion judicial assistant at (530) 265-1273, by 4:00 p.m. on September 3, 2015. Since no judge will be available for the September 4, 2015 law and motion calendar, if any party declines to stipulate, the matter will be continued to September 11, 2015, 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 probate, law and motion judicial assistant by 4:00 p.m. on September 3, 2015. If you do not so notify the parties or the Court, the tentative ruling shall become the final ruling. California Rule of Court 3.1308, Local Rule 4.05.3. Any argument is limited to five minutes.

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.


Case No. CU09-074323, ACIC v. Pavone, 9/4/2015 

Appearances are required on the Yeagersí Ex Parte Application to Release Funds. The court requires a status from attorney Serlin relating to the Bowlin lien; i.e, whether or not a release is going to be filed. CourtCall is permitted.

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.