San Diego, CA asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law, Civil Litigation and Insurance Bad Faith for California

Q: I filed for a default judgement and was denied now it says demurrer motion to strike (twice) on minutes

I filed for default judgement the judgement was denied but the default was entered now on the minutes it says demurrer motion to strike is that from the defendents since it's on there twice what do I do still turn the new judgement or now fight the demurrer motion to strike how could they still fight when in entry to default is it from. Filing paperwork incorrect

Well now there's two demurrer motion to strikes and two new court date dates and can I still put in the judgement

1 Lawyer Answer
William John Light
William John Light
  • Insurance Claims Lawyer
  • Riverside, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: If the Default was entered, the Defendants couldn't file a Demurrer/Motion to Strike. I doubt that the Default was entered. You will probably need to Oppose the Demurrer/Motion to Strike.

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