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California Law Revision Commission

-- Last revised 11/12/14 --

Statutes Made Obsolete by Trial Court Restructuring Studies

    The Legislature has directed the Commission to recommend statutory revisions to reflect the enactment of the Trial Court Employment Protection and Governance Act, the enactment of the Lockyer-Isenberg Trial Court Funding Act of 1997, and the implementation of trial court unification. See Gov't Code § 71674; see also 2009 Cal. Stat. res. ch. 98; Gov't Code § 70219.
    Individual studies on this topic are catalogued below. Active studies are denoted in red.
    A vast amount of work on this topic has been completed. However, many provisions require further study, due to their complexity, due to unresolved issues of disagreement between stakeholders, or simply because more time is needed to adequately address the issues. For a description of the remaining work in this study as of November 10, 2014, see First Supplement to Memorandum 2014-53.
    If you have questions or comments on this study, please send an e-mail to Barbara Gaal at bgaal@clrc.ca.gov.

J-1400 Statutes Made Obsolete by Trial Court Restructuring: Part 1
J-1401 Statutes Made Obsolete by Trial Court Restructuring: Part 2
J-1402 Statutes Made Obsolete by Trial Court Restructuring: Part 3
J-1403 Statutes Made Obsolete by Trial Court Restructuring: Part 4
J-1403 Transfer of Case Based on Lack of Jurisdiction
J-1404 Statutes Made Obsolete by Trial Court Restructuring: Part 5
J-1450 Appellate Jurisdiction of Bail Forfeiture
J-1451 Rights and Responsibilities of the County as Compared to the Superior Court
J-1452 Writ Jurisdiction in a Small Claims Case
T-102 Obsolete Cross-References to Former Code of Civil Procedure Section 116.780(d)