Form DV-116 "Order on Request to Continue Hearing" - California

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Clerk stamps date here when form is filed.
DV-116
Order on Request to Continue Hearing
Complete items
1
and
2
only.
1
Protected Party:
Restrained Party:
2
The court will complete the rest of the this form
Fill in court name and street address:
3
Next Court Date
Superior Court of California, County of
a.
The request to reschedule the court date is denied.
Your court date is:
(1) Any Temporary Restraining Order
(form
DV-110) already
granted stays in full force and effect until the next court date.
(2) Your court date is not rescheduled because:
Fill in case number:
Case Number:
b.
The request to reschedule the court date is granted. Your court date is rescheduled for the day and time
listed below. See 4 – 8 for more information.
Name and address of court, if different from above:
New
è
Date:
Time:
Court
Dept.:
Room:
Date
Temporary Restraining Order
4
a.
There is no Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) in this case until the next court date because:
(1)
A TRO was not previously granted by the court.
(2)
The court terminates (cancels) the previously granted TRO because:
b.
A Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) is in full force and effect because:
Warning and Notice to
the Restrained Party:
(1)
The court extends the TRO previously granted on
(date):
If 4 b is checked, a
It now expires on (date):
domestic violence
(If no expiration date is listed, the TRO expires at the end of the court date
restraining order has been
listed in 3b).
issued against you. You
must follow the orders
The court changes the TRO previously granted and signs a new TRO (form
(2)
until they expire.
DV-110).
(specify):
Other
c.
This is a Court Order.
Judicial Council of California, www.courts.ca.gov
Order on Request to Continue Hearing
DV-116,
Page 1 of 3
Revised January 1, 2020, Mandatory Form
Family Code, § 245
(Temporary Restraining Order) (CLETS-TRO)
(Domestic Violence Prevention)
Clerk stamps date here when form is filed.
DV-116
Order on Request to Continue Hearing
Complete items
1
and
2
only.
1
Protected Party:
Restrained Party:
2
The court will complete the rest of the this form
Fill in court name and street address:
3
Next Court Date
Superior Court of California, County of
a.
The request to reschedule the court date is denied.
Your court date is:
(1) Any Temporary Restraining Order
(form
DV-110) already
granted stays in full force and effect until the next court date.
(2) Your court date is not rescheduled because:
Fill in case number:
Case Number:
b.
The request to reschedule the court date is granted. Your court date is rescheduled for the day and time
listed below. See 4 – 8 for more information.
Name and address of court, if different from above:
New
è
Date:
Time:
Court
Dept.:
Room:
Date
Temporary Restraining Order
4
a.
There is no Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) in this case until the next court date because:
(1)
A TRO was not previously granted by the court.
(2)
The court terminates (cancels) the previously granted TRO because:
b.
A Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) is in full force and effect because:
Warning and Notice to
the Restrained Party:
(1)
The court extends the TRO previously granted on
(date):
If 4 b is checked, a
It now expires on (date):
domestic violence
(If no expiration date is listed, the TRO expires at the end of the court date
restraining order has been
listed in 3b).
issued against you. You
must follow the orders
The court changes the TRO previously granted and signs a new TRO (form
(2)
until they expire.
DV-110).
(specify):
Other
c.
This is a Court Order.
Judicial Council of California, www.courts.ca.gov
Order on Request to Continue Hearing
DV-116,
Page 1 of 3
Revised January 1, 2020, Mandatory Form
Family Code, § 245
(Temporary Restraining Order) (CLETS-TRO)
(Domestic Violence Prevention)
Case Number:
Reason Court Date Is Rescheduled
5
a.
There is good cause to reschedule the court date (check one):
(1)
The protected party has not served the restrained party.
(2)
Other:
b.
This is the first time that the restrained party has asked for more time to prepare.
c.
The court reschedules the court date on its own motion.
6
Serving (Giving) Order to Other Party
The request to reschedule was made by the:
a.
Protected party
b.
Restrained party
c.
Court
(1)
(1)
Further notice is not required.
(1)
You do not have to serve the
You do not have to serve the
protected party because they
restrained party because they
or their lawyer were at the
or their lawyer were at the
court date or agreed to
court date or agreed to
reschedule the court date.
reschedule the court date.
(2)
(2)
The court will mail a copy of
You must have the protected
(2)
You must have the restrained
party personally served with a
this order to all parties by
party personally served with a
(date):
copy of this order by
copy of this order and a copy
(date):
.
of all documents listed on
6
, by
form DV-109, item
(date):
(3)
You must have the protected
(3)
(3)
Other:
You must have the restrained
party served with a copy of
party served with a copy of
this order. This can be done
this order. This can be done
by mail. You must serve by
by mail. You must serve by
(date):
(date):
(4)
Other:
(4)
The court gives you
permission to serve the
restrained party as listed on
the attached form DV-117.
(5)
Other:
This is a Court Order.
Revised January 1, 2020
DV-116,
Order on Request to Continue Hearing
Page 2 of 3
(Temporary Restraining Order) (CLETS-TRO)
(Domestic Violence Prevention)
Case Number:
7
No Fee to Serve
The sheriff or marshal will serve this order for free.
Bring a copy of all the papers that need to be served to the sheriff or marshal.
Other Orders
8
Date:
Judicial Officer
Request for Accommodations
Assistive listening systems, computer-assisted real-time captioning, or sign language interpreter services
are available if you ask at least five days before the hearing. Contact the clerk’s office or go to
www.courts.ca.gov/forms.htm
for Request for Accommodations by Persons With Disabilities and
Response
(form
MC-410). (Civ. Code, § 54.8.)
Instructions to Clerk
If the hearing is rescheduled and the court extended, modified, or terminated a temporary restraining order, then the
court must enter this order into CLETS or send this order to law enforcement to enter into CLETS. This must be
done within one business day from the day the order is made.
—Clerk's Certificate—
I certify that this Order on Request to Continue Hearing (Temporary Restraining
Clerk’s Certificate
Order) (CLETS-TRO) (form DV-116) is a true and correct copy of the original on file
in the court.
[seal]
Clerk, by:
, Deputy
Date:
This is a Court Order.
Revised January 1, 2020
Order on Request to Continue Hearing
DV-116,
Page 3 of 3
(Temporary Restraining Order) (CLETS-TRO)
(Domestic Violence Prevention)
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