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Quiz B - sample answer

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1. Civil Codes.

1. Chapter 4. Governance; Article 4 – Civil Code Section 1363.5-1363.6 “Public Information.”

Summary:

States what information must be given when filing incorporation papers with the Secretary of State.

Usage for paralegals: Information for summons, complaint and discovery when suing a corporation.

2. Part 2 contracts -title 1: Nature of A Contract -Chapter 1. Definition. – Civil Code Section 1549-1550

Summary: Definition and essential elements that make up a valid contract in California.

Usage for paralegals: A paralegal must know what makes contracts valid or invalid.

3. The civil code of the state of California – Preliminary Provisions - Civil Code Section 2-21.

Summary: Gives the definitions, and origins upon that of which the California Civil Code was created.

Usage for paralegal:

paralegals should understand the lingo and meaning within the codes.

Civil Procedure Codes:

1. TITLE 1.- ORGANIZATION AND JURISDICTION -CHAPTER 5.1. LIMITED CIVIL CASES - Article 1. Jurisdiction in Limited Civil Cases -CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

SECTION 85-89

Summary: Terms to be met for an action to be treated as a limited civil case.

Usage for paralegals: have knowledge of what type of case your action is.

2. CHAPTER 5.METHODS AND SEQUENCE OF DISCOVERY -Article 1. General Provisions - CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE SECTION 2019.010-2019.030.

Summary:

Explains the types of discovery and methods allowed by the courts.

Usage by paralegals:

What types of discovery can be used in case.

3. CHAPTER 1. JURISDICTION AND FORUM -Article 2. Forum -CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE SECTION 410.30-410.42.

Summary: Rules and conditions of which the court can find jurisdiction or lack there of.

Usage for paralegals: What creates valid jurisdiction for each court.

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