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Can a plaintiff in CA Small Claims Court use a proxy to appear?

January 19, 2012 by admin  
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Question by Windy: Can a plaintiff in CA Small Claims Court use a proxy to appear?

This is an out-of-state relative threatening to sue (long story). Small Claims says the Plaintiff must appear personally; I just want to know if there are ever exceptions where a proxy is allowed to appear in the Plaintiff’s stead?
Thanks!
In this case, I would be the defendant; the plaintiff would be a relative who lives out of state. I fully intend to show up and defend my case if it comes down to that.

Best answer:

Answer by bigjohn B
I think not.

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One Response to “Can a plaintiff in CA Small Claims Court use a proxy to appear?”
  1. Camilla the First says:

    Yes you must appear, it will do your cause no good if you don’t. Just use a bit of common sense and good luck and be honest xxx

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