(a) Use of terms.
In a family law proceeding, the term "request for order" has the same meaning as the terms "motion" or "notice of motion" when they are used in the Code of Civil Procedure.
(Subd (a) adopted effective July 1, 2016.)
(b) Applicable law.
A request for order regarding discovery in family court is subject to the provisions for discovery motions under Code of Civil Procedure sections 2016.010 through 2036.050 and Family Code sections 2100 through 2113 regarding disclosure of assets and liabilities.
(Subd (b) amended and relettered effective July 1, 2016; adopted as subd (a).)
(c) Applicable rules.
Discovery proceedings brought in a case under the Family Code must comply with applicable civil rules for motions, including:
(1) The format of supplemental and further discovery (rule 3.1000);
(2) Oral deposition by telephone, videoconference, or other remote electronic means (rule 3.1010);
(3) Separate statement requirements (rule 3.1345);
(4) Service of motion papers on nonparty deponent (rule 3.1346); and
(5) Sanctions for failure to provide discovery (rule 3.1348).
(Subd (c) amended and relettered effective July 1, 2016; adopted as subd (b).)
Rule 5.12 amended effective July 1, 2016; adopted effective January 1, 2013.
Title 5, Family and Juvenile Rules-Division 1, Family Rules-Chapter 1, General Provisions-Article 5, Sanctions; adopted January 1, 2013.