Rule 8.703. Writ proceedings
(a) Application of general rules for writ proceedings
Except as otherwise provided by the rules in this chapter, rules 8.485–8.493-relating to writs of mandate, certiorari, and prohibition in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal-apply to writ proceedings under this chapter.
(1)Time for filing petition
A petition for a writ challenging a superior court judgment or order governed by the rules in this chapter must be served and filed on or before the earliest of:
(A)Thirty days after the superior court clerk serves on the party filing the petition a document entitled "Notice of Entry" of judgment or order, or a filed-endorsed copy of the judgment or order, showing the date either was served; or
(B)Thirty days after the party filing the petition serves or is served by a party with a document entitled "Notice of Entry" of judgment or order, or a filed-endorsed copy of the judgment or order, accompanied by proof of service.
(2)Contents of petition
In addition to any other applicable requirements, the petition must:
(A)State that the superior court judgment or order being challenged is governed by the rules in this chapter;
(B)Indicate whether the judgment or order pertains to the Sacramento arena project, a leadership project, or a capitol building annex project; and
(C)If the judgment or order pertains to a leadership project, provide notice that the person or entity that applied for certification of the project as a leadership project must make the payments required by 8.705.
(Subd (b) amended effective January 1, 2017; previously amended effective January 1, 2016.)
Rule 8.703 amended effective January 1 2017; adopted effective July 1, 2014; previously amended effective January 1 2016.