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Bill of particulars in California civil litigation, part two



5 Responses

  1. Hi,

    thanks for the great quality of your blog, each time i come here, i’m amazed.

    black hattitude.


  2. Thank you. I am glad that you like my writing style.


  3. Hi, Stan. I have a question. I know that you are not an attorney so you cannot give legal advice. However, in your experience, is it appropriate to ask for an itemization of the ENTIRE account from zero to the amount that is alleged in the complaint?

    If that the aforementioned is normal and an appropriate thing to ask for, what if what you received in response to your demand for a bill of particulars is simply a “statement” that lists the dollar amt alleged in the complaint in addition to an interest rate printed on a page?

    In your experience, based on what I have told you, have you ever seen a motion for a further bill of particulars be granted in this type of instance?

    This is what happened to a dear friend.

    I would like to hear more about your experiences as it relates to Requests or Motions being made regarding a further bill of particulars.

    Thank you so much.


    • That would be appropriate to ask for an itemization of the entire amount. Simply providing a statement listing the dollar amount would not be sufficient. A response should itemize each charge with the amount of the charge, date, etc.


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