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legal document means any document affecting the legal rights of any person including, but not limited to, any deed, mortgage, will, trust instrument, contract or any document filed in any court, quasi-judicial or administrative tribunal.
Judicial Council Forms. To help you make sure that your court documents have the information the court needs, the California courts have created a set of court forms called Judicial Council forms.
Judicial Council Forms are forms adopted by the state for statewide use. Most filings involve the use of Judicial Council Forms. Judicial Council forms are available from the Judicial Branch of California website.
Court documents are those materials filed in relation to a legal case before the courts. Examples of court documents would be dockets, pleadings, motions, memoranda, briefs, orders, and expert testimony.
Good examples of legal documents would be an affidavit, assignment of partnership interest, minutes of shareholders' meetings, a mortgage agreement or a medical power of attorney - amongst many many others.
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Court orders are the means in which decisions or judgments of judicial officers are issued from a court. They can include: an order made after a hearing by a judicial officer, or an order made after parties who have reached their own agreement have applied to a court for consent orders. See also: Order.
The new \u201cFour Types of Cases\u201d encompass the following types of cases: They are major, difficult, complex, or sensitive; They involve mass disputes or cause widespread societal concern, which might affect social stability;
More specifically, federal courts hear criminal, civil, and bankruptcy cases.
To obtain a court order, an open case must be pending in a court. If a person wants to obtain a court order and has not initiated a case, the person needs to file a lawsuit. Then a motion seeking an order must be filed.
Within the federal system, there are three primary types of federal courts: 94 District Courts (trial courts), 13 Courts of Appeals (intermediate appellate courts), and the United States Supreme Court (the court of final review).

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