If you find that the Los Angeles Civil Court has overcharged you for a specific filing, the court requests you fill out a REQUEST FOR REFUND, and submit it in paper at the court location.
Category: Los Angeles
In Los Angeles Civil filings, users may see an As To field in the Additional Information section of the filing.
When a user Files on an Existing case in Los Angeles Civil cases, there are times when the e-Filing system returns the error: Pre-submit fee calculation error: Invalid subCase attribute.
These instructions are for filing an Ex Parte application on a case in the Los Angeles Civil Courts.
If you find that the Los Angeles Civil court rejects a Request for Refund because they are requesting Green Filing be listed as the depositor, you may use the following Request for Refund Form with our information populated into it.
The following document types are the only approved document types the Los Angeles Superior Court has approved for e-Filing in their CIVIL court.
If you find a party on your case has one or more Also Known As (AKAs) or Doing Business As (DBAs) in Los Angeles Civil Superior Courts, you can add them as a New Case Party.
These instructions are to Initiate a New Case with a Request to Waive Court Fees in the Los Angeles Civil Courts.
If you find that the Los Angeles Probate court rejects your filing without a reason (typically within a minute of submission), that means that the court’s software has an issue with one or more of your documents.
There are instances where you may not be able to e-file your document due to errors generated by the court’s e-filing manager software, or as a result of either court case data validation issues, or issues with the court’s e-filing manager software configuration.