Civil Forms

The Superior Court has jurisdiction over civil disputes where the amount in controversy exceeds $10,000.  Civil cases usually involve legal conflicts among individuals, businesses, corporations, partnerships and governmental entities. Many civil cases are the result of personal injury, property damage, medical malpractice and contract disputes. Other civil case filings might involve real property, such as forcible detainer actions, or quiet title proceedings.


Much of the civil litigation in Superior Court is conducted through attorneys, but there are some individuals who choose to represent themselves.  The forms below are some commonly used forms in civil proceedings

Civil Forms
   
Civil Appeals    
Civil Cover Sheet Form  
Subpoena Form  
Instructions: How to Obtain and Serve a Subpoena or Subpoena Duces Tecum Form  
Affidavit of Service of Subpoena Form  
Subpoena Duties Form  
Witness and Exhibit List Form  
Instructions: How to Fill Out The Witness And Exhibit List Form  
Procedures: What To Do With The Witness And Exhibit List Now That You Have Filled It Out Form  
Excess Proceeds of Sale    
Foreclosing a Tax Lien    
Service of Court Papers    
Joint Report and Proposed Scheduling Order (Standard Case) Form  
Joint Report and Proposed Scheduling Order (Expedited Case) Form  
Joint Report and Proposed Scheduling Order (Complex Case) Form