(a) Notice by clerk.
When the court rules on a motion or makes an order or renders a judgment in a matter it has taken under submission, the clerk must immediately notify the parties of the ruling, order, or judgment. The notification, which must specifically identify the matter ruled on, may be given by serving electronically or mailing the parties a copy of the ruling, order, or judgment, and it constitutes service of notice only if the clerk is required to give notice under Code of Civil Procedure section 664.5.
(Subd (a) amended effective January 1, 2016; adopted as part of untitled subd effective January 1, 1984; previously amended and lettered subd (a) effective January 1, 2007.)
(b) Notice in a case involving more than two parties.
In a case involving more than two parties, a clerk's notification made under this rule, or any notice of a ruling or order served by a party, must name the moving party, and the party against whom relief was requested, and specifically identify the particular motion or other matter ruled upon.
(Subd (b) amended and lettered effective January 1, 2007; adopted as part of untitled subd effective January 1, 1984.)
(c) Time not extended by failure of clerk to give notice.
The failure of the clerk to give the notice required by this rule does not extend the time provided by law for performing any act except as provided in rules 8.104(a) or 8.822(a).
(Subd (c) amended effective January 1, 2016; adopted effective January 1, 2007.)
Rule 3.1109 amended effective January 1, 2016; adopted as rule 309 effective January 1, 1984; previously amended and renumbered as rule 3.1109 effective January 1, 2007.