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 SV-130?
A: Form SV-130 is the Private Postsecondary School Violence Restraining Order After Hearing in California.
Q: What is the purpose of Form SV-130?
A: Form SV-130 is used to request a violence restraining order against someone who poses a threat of violence at a private postsecondary school in California.
Q: How do I use Form SV-130?
A: You can use Form SV-130 to request a violence restraining order by filling out the form and filing it with the court.
Q: Who can file Form SV-130?
A: Only certain individuals, such as a student, employee, or law enforcement officer, can file Form SV-130.
Q: How long does a violence restraining order last?
A: The length of a violence restraining order can vary, but it generally lasts for up to three years in California.
Q: Can a violence restraining order be extended?
A: Yes, a violence restraining order can be extended if the court determines that there is still a need for protection.
Q: What happens after I file Form SV-130?
A: After you file Form SV-130, the court will schedule a hearing to determine whether to grant the violence restraining order.
Q: What can I do if someone violates a violence restraining order?
A: If someone violates a violence restraining order, you can report the violation to law enforcement and seek legal action.
Download a fillable version of Form SV-130 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the California Superior Court.