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            How do I serve a Plaintiff's Claim and ORDER to Go to Small Claims Court?

            A Plaintiff's Claim (SC-100) can be served in 2 ways; Personal Service or Substituted Service.  The manner of service allowed is determined by the Hearing Date set by the court, the County that the Court is in and the County in which the defendant lives in. In California, most jurisdictions do not require Due Diligence prior to service. For Personal Service the court requires the SC-100 to be served 15 days prior to the hearing date provided that the defendant resides in the same county as the county the court is located in and 20 days prior to the hearing date if the defendant resides in a different county than the court is located in. The SC-100 can be Substitute Served 25 days prior to the hearing date if the defendant resides in the same county as the court is located and 30 days prior to the hearing date if the defendant resides in a different county than the court is located in. (CCP 116.340)

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            Updated: 19 Jun 2019 04:25 PM
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