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    (Name, Address Of Party or attorney)
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    State Bar No: ______
    (____) _____ - ________
    Attorney for _______ (Or "In Pro Per")

 

SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

COUNTY OF ________

 

[PLAINTIFF(S) NAMES]
Plaintiffs,

 

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[DEFENDANT(S) NAMES]
Defendants
 
 
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CASE NO: _______
 
NOTICE OF MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION
 
Date: ______
Time: ______
Place: ______
Trial Date: _____

To all parties and their attorneys of record:

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on __________ [date], at __________
[time], or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in
__________ [Department __ or the law and motion department] of
this court, located at __________ [address], plaintiffs,
__________ and __________ [names], will and does move the court
for an order enjoining defendant, and defendant's agents and
employees, from __________ [specify acts, such as: entering on
plaintiffs' property at __________ (address) and damaging
anything there or removing anything from it or as the case may
be] during the pendency of this action. This motion is made
under section 526 of the Code of Civil Procedure on the grounds
that: __________ [state grounds for issuance of preliminary
injunction, such as: (1) Plaintiffs are entitled to the relief
demanded to the extent of restraining the commission or the
continuance of the acts complained of, specifically, entry onto
plaintiffs' property, removal of trees, and damage to vegetation
and soil. (2) The commission or continuance of defendant's
present course of action will produce great or irreparable
injury to plaintiffs, in that the removal of trees from
plaintiffs' property will cause permanent damage to the trees
and to plaintiff's property. (3) Defendant's entry onto
plaintiffs' property and removal of trees in violation of
plaintiffs' rights during the pendency of this action will
render the final judgment ineffectual. (4) Pecuniary
compensation would not afford adequate relief].

The motion will be based on this notice of motion, the
attached __________ [affidavit or declaration] of __________
[name] and memorandum of points and authorities, the pleadings,
documents, records, and files in this action, and such oral and
documentary evidence as may be presented at the hearing.

Dated __________.

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[Signature of Plaintiffs' attorney]

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