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  1. Yup-renting a room...in the only place I could afford-and was available at the time...some of us are flat-broke while going to college...
  2. LegalwriterOne, Thanks so very much for your informative post. I am VERY glad to learn there is no judgement against me, and having no experience with an issue like this, finding something like that is rather unnerving...but you've helped me to feel better about it. I've never been sued, arrested, etc. so when I found this-I honestly didn't know what to think. Have a great evening!
  3. Hey adjusterjack-you certainly sound professional!! I don't like having this attached to my name-I haven't even had a parking ticket in 20 years, and I find it disturbing. Perhaps you don't care-should something like this happen to you, but I DO. I came here to get information about a legitimate question, not to be insulted by someone with a badly inflated ego. Grow up.
  4. I don't care about the gun, it wasn't mine. I guess I'm stuck with this attached to my name forever. Lovely.
  5. That's just it...It wasn't my gun. If it had been, I would have stated so. It was removed from a home I was renting a room in. I wasn't even there at the time. In fact, I wasn't even in the country.
  6. Greetings! I just found out (it's 2017) that a civil case was filed against me in 1997, twenty years ago in Santa Clara County Superior Court. A judgement was made in the case. Of course I knew nothing about the case, since I was never served. The case was filed by the city regarding destruction of a firearm that was confiscated from a home I was living in. After doing some research on my own, I've read that I have only two years to request the judgement be vacated/set aside? How can that be possible-since I was never served? I simply do not understand how a time limit can be imposed to have this set aside/vacated if I found out about it today? This seems very unfair. This is what I'm referring to, and I'd truly appreciate your comments. Thanks! CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE - CCP PART 2. OF CIVIL ACTIONS [307 - 1062.20] ( Part 2 enacted 1872. ) TITLE 6. OF THE PLEADINGS IN CIVIL ACTIONS [420 - 475] ( Title 6 enacted 1872. ) CHAPTER 8. Variance—Mistakes in Pleadings and Amendments [[469.] - 475] ( Chapter 8 enacted 1872. ) 473.5. (a) When service of a summons has not resulted in actual notice to a party in time to defend the action and a default or default judgment has been entered against him or her in the action, he or she may serve and file a notice of motion to set aside the default or default judgment and for leave to defend the action. The notice of motion shall be served and filed within a reasonable time, but in no event exceeding the earlier of: (i) two years after entry of a default judgment against him or her; or (ii) 180 days after service on him or her of a written notice that the default or default judgment has been entered. (b) A notice of motion to set aside a default or default judgment and for leave to defend the action shall designate as the time for making the motion a date prescribed by subdivision (b) of Section 1005, and it shall be accompanied by an affidavit showing under oath that the party’s lack of actual notice in time to defend the action was not caused by his or her avoidance of service or inexcusable neglect. The party shall serve and file with the notice a copy of the answer, motion, or other pleading proposed to be filed in the action. (c) Upon a finding by the court that the motion was made within the period permitted by subdivision (a) and that his or her lack of actual notice in time to defend the action was not caused by his or her avoidance of service or inexcusable neglect, it may set aside the default or default judgment on whatever terms as may be just and allow the party to defend the action. (Amended by Stats. 1990, Ch. 1491, Sec. 5.)
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