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Notice Of Intent To Destroy Superior Court Records; Offer To Transfer Possession (California)

This form is a notice to destroy superior court records and offer to transfer possession in California. The form provided here is simply a sample of what the actual form looks like.

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FOR COURT USE ONLY

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF __________________________________

DEPARTMENT AND DIVISION: __________________________________

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OR BRANCH COURT:

__________________________________

MAILING ADDRESS: __________________________________

STREET ADDRESS: __________________________________

CITY AND ZIP CODE: __________________________________

TELEPHONE: __________________________________

FAX: __________________________________

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NOTICE OF INTENT TO DESTROY SUPERIOR COURT RECORDS; OFFER TO TRANSFER POSSESSION

You are hereby notified, as required by rule 6.756 of the California Rules of Court, that this court intends to destroy the following superior court records 30 days after the date of this notice.

1. Record Type __________________________________

Beginning Month and Year __________________________________

Ending Month and Year __________________________________


2. Record Type __________________________________

Beginning Month and Year __________________________________

Ending Month and Year __________________________________


3. Record Type __________________________________

Beginning Month and Year __________________________________

Ending Month and Year __________________________________

Within 30 days after the date of this notice you may request, in writing, an order by the presiding judge to transfer some or all of the listed court records to your possession, or to extend the time for retention of the court records beyond 30 days.

The court records are available for public inspection until the time of their destruction.

Records transferred to your possession must be made reasonably available to all members of the public. Costs of transferring the records to your possession must be paid by you.

The presiding judge may extend the time for destruction of the court records if the judge finds good cause for the requested extension.

Date: __________________________________

Clerk, by __________________________________, Deputy

An optional form for requesting transfer of possession, or requesting an extension of the time for retention of the court records beyond 30 days, is on the reverse of this page.

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