This page contains over 15 of the FREE sample legal documents for California and Federal litigation created by Stan Burman the owner of LegalDocPro. This page was just updated on December 30, 2016 with two new documents.
All documents are in Microsoft Word format. Note that the author of these documents is NOT an attorney and no guarantee or warranty is provided. Check back often as new documents will be uploaded here on a regular basis.
This is a sample bill of sale for automobile was used in the State of California for an automobile sale but could easily be modified for use in any State.
This sample cease and desist letter to a collection agency is used to demand that the collection agency immediately cease and desist all telephone calls to either the place of employment or the home of the alleged debtor and further states that any violations may result in legal action. The letter is sent under the provisions of the Federal Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. Sections 1692c and 1692k, and by the provision of the Rosenthal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act found in California Civil Code Section 1788.17. The sample includes brief instructions and can be modified for use in any State in the United States of America.
This sample debt validation letter is used to demand that the collection agency validate the debt and provide all information requested in the letter. The letter is sent under the provisions of the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act provision found in Title 15 United States Code section 1692g(b).
This is a sample demand for a bill of particulars for California pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure section 454. It is used by a defendant to demand that plantiff itemize all of the charges on the account for which they are suing the defendant This sample form is very useful in debt collection defense cases.
This sample dispute letter is designed to notify a credit bureau(s) of a inaccurate information appearing in a credit report. The sample is used under the provisions of the Fair Credit Reporting Act found in Title 15 Section 1681 et seq. of the United States Code which allows a consumer to dispute inaccurate or outdated information in a consumer credit report. The sample is 3 pages and includes brief instructions as well as the current addresses as of November 13, 2014 for Equifax, Experian and Transunion credit report disputes.
This sample Lis Pendens for California is also known as a notice of pendency of action. This Lis Pendens or notice of pendency of action is made pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure section 405, et seq. and is used when a party has filed a lawsuit that includes a real property claim and the party wishes to file this document to place a "cloud" on the title to the real property. This document can be used by either a licensed attorney or an individual representing themselves In Pro Per or Pro Se in a lawsuit.
This sample notice of unavailability of counsel for California is used when an attorney or party wishes to notify opposing counsel or the opposing party of their unavailability during any specified period of time such as a scheduled vacation for any court appearances, depositions and similar litigation matters. The notice is served pursuant to the California Court of Appeal decision in Tenderloin Housing Clinic, Inc. v. Sparks, 8 Cal. App. 4th 299, 307 (1992) and includes brief instructions and a proof of service by mail.
This sample offer of judgment in United States District Court is served pursuant to Rule 68 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by a defendant offering to have a judgment entered against them for a specified amount, including costs and attorney fees. The sample can be modified and used in an adversary proceeding in United States Bankruptcy Court pursuant to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 7068.
This sample Release of Lis Pendens for California can be used when a party wants to release and withdraw a Lis Pendens that they have previously filed with the Court and recorded with the County Recorder. The sample includes brief instructions and a notary acknowledgment.
This sample request for judicial notice for California is made pursuant to California Evidence Code Sections 450 through 460. The request is sed when a party wants the Court to take judicial notice of certain facts, matters or documents. It is 3 pages and includes brief instructions and a proof of service by mail.
This sample request for judicial notice in United States District Court is used to request that the court take judicial notice of certain specified adjudicative facts and is used pursuant to Rule 201 of the Federal Rules of Evidence. The sample is available for free download in Microsoft Word format, includes brief instructions and can be easily modified.
This sample request for judicial notice in United States Bankruptcy Court is used to request that the court take judicial notice of certain specified adjudicative facts and is used pursuant to Rules 201 and 1101 of the Federal Rules of Evidence. The sample is available for free download in Microsoft Word format, includes brief instructions and can be easily modified.
This sample request for statement of damages for California is used pursuant to Section 425.11 of the Code of Civil Procedure, and is designed be used by a defendant in a personal injury or wrongful death case in California to request that the other party setting forth the nature and amount of the damages being sought against the defendant.
This sample settlement offer letter for California is made pursuant to Sections 1152 and 1154 of the California Evidence Code. The sample can be modified for use by either a plaintiff or defendant in California litigation.
This sample settlement offer for United States District Court is used pursuant to Rule 408 of the Federal Rules of Evidence which provides with certain exceptions that the settlement offer cannot be used as evidence in Court. This settlement offer may also be used in United States Bankruptcy Court.
This sample stipulation and order for change of venue in a dissolution (divorce) case in California is used when both parties have moved from the county where the original order or judgment was made and wish to stipulate to a change of venue to another county. However the sample can be easily modified for use in most situations.