|You may not need all of these forms. Or you may need more forms. If you are not sure which forms to use, talk to a lawyer. Click for help finding a lawyer. If your court’s self-help center helps with evictions, you can also ask them for help.|
NOTE: All California courts use the same basic set of forms. But some courts have special, local forms, too. To see if you will need any special, local forms, contact your court clerk or check your court’s website. The forms may be posted on their site. If not, the site will list the address and phone number of your local courthouse.
To download a form (in PDF format), click on the form number in the table below.
|Form Name||Form Number|
|Summons — Unlawful Detainer — Eviction||SUM-130|
|Complaint — Unlawful Detainer||UD-100
|Civil Case Cover Sheet||CM-010|
|Proof of Service of Summons||POS-010|
|Answer — Unlawful Detainer||UD-105
|Request for Entry of Default||CIV-100|
|Declaration for Default Judgment by Court (Unlawful Detainer — Code Civ. Proc., § 585(d))||UD-116|
|Judgment — Unlawful Detainer||UD-110|
|Judgment — Unlawful Detainer Attachment||UD-110S|
|Request/Counter-Request to Set Case for Trial — Unlawful Detainer||UD-150|
|Stipulation for Entry of Judgment (Unlawful Detainer)||UD-115|
Prejudgment Claim of Right to Possession*
* This form says you must file it within 10 days of being served with it. But, if you are a tenant in a foreclosed home, you can file this form even if more than 10 days have passed. Talk to a legal aid agency in your area for help.
|Writ of Execution||EJ-130|
|Attachment to Judicial Council Form||MC-025|
|Request for Dismissal||CIV-110|
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