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Court filings require statewide and/or court specific forms. Statewide forms are “Judicial Council Forms”. Court specific forms are “Local Forms”. Some packets may contain both. Civil Filing fees are set according to the Statewide Civil Fee Schedule and the California Rules of Court or state law.
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The Superior Court of San Bernardino serves the greater San Bernardino County area. It is located in Southern California, east of Los Angeles. The population of San Bernardino County was most recently listed at over 2 million people (2015 census).
Court interpreters do not help parties fill out or file their court forms. Whenever possible, the Court provides a state certified and state registered interpreter to help limited-English speaking parties in their court proceeding. Because there is a shortage of certified/registered interpreters statewide, the Court may sometimes provide a ...
Dec 17, 2018 · The Colonies lawsuit lingered from March 22, 2002, until its settlement in November 2006. Former San Bernardino County Superior Court Judge Peter Norell was first assigned to hear the dispute. Norell issued favorable rulings for the Colonies Partners in September 2003, diminishing the easement rights of San Bernardino County Flood Control.