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Sample Default Judgment Package for California by LegalDocsPro

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This default judgment package for California is used when the plaintiff wishes to obtain a default judgment against the defendant without a court hearing. The package contains a statement of case, declaration regarding calculation of interest, declaration of plaintiff, and a judgment. The author is a freelance paralegal with over 15 years of experience in California civil litigation and has used this sample for many years. Note that the author is NOT an attorney and no guarantee or warranty is provided.

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									ANY ATTORNEY
LAW OFFICES OF ANY ATTORNEY
12345 ANY STREET
ANY TOWN, CA 55555
213-555-5555

Attorney for Plaintiff




                    SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

                              FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES



ANY PLAINTIFF,                                )      CASE NO.
                                              )
                         Plaintiff,           )      STATEMENT OF CASE IN
                                              )      SUPPORT OF REQUEST FOR
v.                                            )      DEFAULT JUDGMENT
                                              )      AGAINST DEFENDANT
ANY DEFENDANTS,                               )      ______________________
                                              )
                         Defendants.          )
                                              )

Plaintiff, _________________ (“Plaintiff”), submits her Statement of Case in Support of her

Request for a Default Judgment against Defendant, (“Defendant”).

       1.      On or about _____________, Defendant entered into an agreement with Plaintiff.

In exchange for a loan of $_____________ from Plaintiff, Defendant agreed to repay the loan

over a five year period at an interest rate of ____. A true and correct copy of said agreement is

attached as Exhibit “A” to the declaration of _______________, concurrently filed and served

and incorporated herein by reference.
        2.      On or about _____________, Defendant, who had been making payment, failed

and refused to make any further payments to Plaintiff since ________________ despite repeated

demand for payment from Plaintiff.

        3.      Plaintiff has performed all obligations to Defendant except for those obligations

Plaintiff was prevented or excused from performing.

        4.      As a direct and proximate result of the breach of the agreement by Defendant,

Plaintiff has suffered damages in the amount of $_________, plus interest at the rate of

_________ per year, from and after ___________, as well as court costs.

        5.      Plaintiff requests that the Court enter Judgment in favor of Plaintiff and against

Defendant, ___________, in the principal amount of $___________, plus interest at the rate of

________per year, from and after ____________ to _____________, which totals

$___________, and Court costs of $________ for a total judgment on the first cause of action of

$___________.

        6.      On or about ______________, Defendant signed a promissory note agreeing to

pay the sum of $___________ to Plaintiff at an interest rate of __________per year. Payments

were to be monthly interest only of $______ until the 1973 Corvette was sold, or the loan was

paid in full.   A true and correct copy of said agreement is attached as Exhibit “B” to the

declaration of ______________________, concurrently filed and served and incorporated herein

by reference.

        7.      Defendant has refused, and continues to fail and refuse to pay the sum of

$_____________, or even the monthly interest only payments since ____________, despite

repeated demands from Plaintiff.
       8.      As a direct and proximate result of the breach of the agreement by Defendant,

Plaintiff has suffered damages in the amount of $________, plus interest at the rate of

_______per year, from and after ___________, as well as court costs.

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