Legal Question in Civil Litigation in California

If I'm a plaintiff suing a dozen defendants and the court has scheduled a hearing that I am responsible for serving all the defendants the notice to appear what is the efficient allowable way to serve that type of notice?

Asked on 11/04/13, 3:02 pm

2 Answers from Attorneys

Mark Saltzman, MBA, JD Law Offices of Mark E. Saltzman

If the defendants have appeared in the case (i.e. they have filed papers), then you can simply mail the notice to them. If they have attorneys, the notice would go to the attorneys. Be sure to sign and keep the original proof of service. You can get a form, on line.

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Answered on 11/05/13, 11:26 am
Mark Saltzman, MBA, JD Law Offices of Mark E. Saltzman

If the defendants have appeared in the case (i.e. they have filed papers), then you can simply mail the notice to them. If they have attorneys, the notice would go to the attorneys. Be sure to sign and keep the original proof of service. You can get a form, on line.

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Answered on 11/05/13, 11:26 am


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