This is a legal form that was released by the California Superior Court - a government authority operating within California. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is Form DE-275 (GC-075)?
A: Form DE-275 (GC-075) is an Ex Parte Petition for Approval of Sale of Personal Property and Order.
Q: What is the purpose of Form DE-275 (GC-075)?
A: The purpose of this form is to request court approval for the sale of personal property.
Q: Do I need to file Form DE-275 (GC-075) for every sale of personal property?
A: Yes, this form must be filed with the court for each sale of personal property that requires approval.
Q: How do I complete Form DE-275 (GC-075)?
A: You need to provide information about the petitioner, describe the property to be sold, and explain the reasons for the sale.
Q: What happens after I file Form DE-275 (GC-075)?
A: Once you file the form, the court will review it and determine whether to approve the sale.
Q: Can I sell personal property without court approval?
A: In some cases, court approval may not be required. It is recommended to consult with an attorney or the court to determine if approval is necessary.
Q: Can I use Form DE-275 (GC-075) for real estate sales?
A: No, this form is specifically for the sale of personal property. Separate procedures and forms exist for the sale of real estate.
Q: Are there any fees associated with filing Form DE-275 (GC-075)?
A: Yes, there may be filing fees involved. The court clerk can provide information on the applicable fees.
Q: What is an Ex Parte Petition?
A: An Ex Parte Petition is a request made to the court for urgent or emergency action, typically without the other party present.
Download a fillable version of Form DE-275 (GC-075) by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the California Superior Court.