Incorrect Unlawful Detainer Judgement on my record
I have a Judgement on my record which shouldn’t be there.
It happened last year when I was given an eviction notice and went to court. I agreed to give up my mobile home, valued at about $5,000 in exchange for about $200 in delinquent land rental and utilities costs, which the judge agreed to.
Is there some type of legal form which I can simply file with the court to dispute this? Or would it have to be another court case?
Re: Incorrect Unlawful Detainer Judgement on my record
You would file a motion “nunc pro tunc” to correct the court record. Include a copy of the record and how it should read, along with your declaration. Serve it on the opposing counsel. Perhaps a call to opposing counsel could result in preparation of a stipulation and order to correct the court record. Good luck.
Robert F. Cohen
Law Office of Robert F. Cohen
P.O. Box 15896
San Francisco, CA 94115-0896