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Q: is a reply in opposition to a demurrer on ok caption to oppose a motion to dismiss a first or second amended complaint

does it have to be capital letterS does he have to specify if it is in opposition to first or second emended complaint in the headline caption

1 Lawyer Answer
Kenneth Sisco
Kenneth Sisco
  • Norco, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: I assume you are the Plaintiff, representing yourself. The title of your filing will be "Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Opposition to Demurrer." It is not required, but the Demurring Party may file a "Reply to Opposition," five Court days before the hearing. Good luck.

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