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Book
150 pages : forms ; 28 cm
  • Why you should plan for incapacity
  • Using medical directives
  • Using a durable power of attorney for finances
  • The mental capacity requirement
  • Will you need a lawyer?
  • If a loved one needs help
  • Other important issues to consider
  • How advance directives work
  • About your health care agent
  • Preparing your advance directive
  • What to do after you complete your advance directive
  • Revoking an advance directive
  • How DNR orders work
  • Preparing a DNR order
  • What to do after you complete a DNR order
  • Revoking a DNR order
  • About POLST forms
  • How durable powers of attorney for finances work
  • About your agent for finances
  • Preparing your durable power of attorney
  • Making your durable power of attorney legal
  • Revoking a durable power of attorney for finances
  • Legal document assistants
  • Lawyers
  • Getting more information on your own.
[This book covers the following topics:] An Advance Health Care Directive, also called a “living will.” It lets you state your wishes for health care if you become incapacitated and name a trusted person who will work with health care providers to be sure you get the kind of care you want. A Durable Power of Attorney for Finances to appoint the person of your choice to manage your finances for you if you no longer can. This book also explains Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) forms, which alert emergency medical personnel not to administer extreme life-saving measures, and POLST (Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment) forms."-- Back cover.
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1 online resource
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Book
xxx, 344 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Jurisdiction, venue and conflict of laws
  • Parties, pleadings and joinder
  • Discovery
  • Disposition without trial
  • Trial
  • Sentencing and enforcing judgments
  • Appellate review
  • Prior adjudication.
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Book
xxiv, 196 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • The research process and legal analysis
  • Legal research techniques
  • Judicial opinions
  • Researching judicial opinions
  • Constitutions
  • Statutes
  • Legislative history
  • Administrative law
  • Updating legal authority
  • Secondary sources and practice aids
  • Planning a research strategy and organizing research results
  • Legal citation.
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xxx, 579 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Series foreword by G. Alan Tarr -- Preface (with Acknowledgments) -- Foreword by Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye -- Part one: The History of California Constitution -- Part two: The California Constitution and Commentary -- Preamble -- Article I Declaration of Rights -- Article II Voting, Initiative and Referendum, and Recall -- Article III State of California -- Article IV Legislative -- Article V Executive -- Article VI Judicial -- Article VII Public Officers and Employees -- Article IX Education -- Article X Water -- Article XA Water Resources Development -- Article XB Marine Resources Protection Act of 1990 -- Article XI Local Government -- Article XII Public Utilities -- Article XIII Taxation -- Article XIIIA Tax Limitation -- Article XIIIB Government Spending Limitation -- Article XIIIC Voter Approval for Local Tax Levies -- Article XIIID Assessment and Property-Related Fee Reform -- Article XIV Labor Relations -- Article XV Usury -- Article XVI Public Finance -- Article XVIII Amending and Revising the Constitution -- Article XIX Motor Vehicle Revenues -- Article XIXA Loans from the Public Transportation Account or Local Transportation Funds -- Article XIXB Motor Vehicle Fuel Sales Tax Revenues and Transportation Improvement Funding -- Article XIXC Enforcement of Certain Provisions -- Article XX Miscellaneous Subjects -- Article XXI Redistricting of Senate, Assembly, Congressional and Board of Education Districts -- Article XXII Architectural and Engineering Services -- Article XXXIV Public Housing Project Law -- Article XXXV Medical Research -- Bibliography -- Table of Cases -- Index -- About the Author.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199988648 20160619
The California Constitution is one of the longest in the world and has been revised over 500 times since its original drafting in 1849. In its current incarnation, the constitution reflects the state's mistrust of elected officials, gives cities and towns broad home rule powers, and outlines governance for the state's university system. The California State Constitution provides an outstanding constitutional and historical account of the state's basic governing charter. In addition to an overview of California's constitutional history, it offers an in-depth, section-by-section analysis of the entire constitution, detailing the many significant changes that have been made since its initial drafting in 1849. This treatment, along with a table of cases, index, and the bibliography provides an unsurpassed reference guide for students, scholars, and practitioners of California's constitution. The second edition updates and expands the previous edition published in 1993. The book provides new analysis, with citations to court decisions and relevant scholarly commentary, as well as accompanying explanations and a lengthy introduction to provide historical and thematic context. This new edition also contains a foreword by the current Chief Justice of California, Tani Cantil-Sakauye. The Oxford Commentaries on the State Constitutions of the United States is an important series that reflects a renewed international interest in constitutional history and provides expert insight into each of the 50 state constitutions. Each volume in this innovative series contains a historical overview of the state's constitutional development, a section-by-section analysis of its current constitution, and a comprehensive guide to further research. Under the expert editorship of Professor G. Alan Tarr, Director of the Center on State Constitutional Studies at Rutgers University, this series provides essential reference tools for understanding state constitutional law. Books in the series can be purchased individually or as part of a complete set, giving readers unmatched access to these important political documents.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199988648 20160619
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Book
434 pages : forms ; 28 cm
  • Looking for a place and renting it
  • Sharing a home
  • All about rent
  • Discrimination
  • Tenant's right to privacy
  • Major repairs & maintenance
  • Minor repairs & maintenance
  • Improvements, alterations, & satellite dishes
  • Injuries on the premises
  • Environmental hazards
  • Crime on the premises
  • Breaking a lease, subleasing, and other leasing problems
  • Security deposits and last month's rent
  • Overview of evictions and tenancy terminations
  • The eviction lawsuit
  • Renter's insurance
  • Condominium conversion
  • Lawyers, legal research, and mediation.
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437 pages ; 28 cm
  • All about workers' compensation
  • Protecting your rights
  • Workers' compensation benefits
  • Settling your case
  • The Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
  • Beyond this book.
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LAW-605-01
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xv, 669 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Pioneers on the bench : the California Supreme Court, 1849-1879 / Charles J. McClain
  • The court and the new constitution in an era of rising industrialism, 1880-1910 / Gordon Morris Bakken
  • The California Supreme Court in an age of reform, 1910-1940 / Lucy E. Salyer
  • The Gibson era, 1940-1964 / Charles J. McClain
  • The liberal court : ascendency and crisis, 1964-1987 / Harry N. Scheiber
  • The Lucas years, 1987-1996 / Bob Egelko
  • Defining a branch, finding the center : the George court, 1996-2010 / Molly Selvin.
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9. Growing up Coy [2016]

Video
1 videodisc (82 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video.
"'Growing Up Coy' follows a landmark transgender rights case in Colorado where a six-year-old transgender girl named Coy has been banned from the girl's bathroom at her school. Coy's parents hire a lawyer to pursue a civil rights case of discrimination, and the family is thrust into the international media spotlight, causing their lives to change forever. A timely topic as states across the US battle with this civil rights issue. The film also asks a universal question that every parent may face: How far would you go to fight for your child's rights?"-- Container.
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Book
450 pages : illustrations, forms ; 28 cm
  • An overview
  • First steps in settling an estate
  • Who are the heirs and beneficiaries?
  • What is the decedent's estate?
  • Preparing a schedule of the assets and debts
  • How to identify the best transfer procedure
  • What about taxes?
  • Transferring title to real property
  • How to transfer securities
  • Joint tenancy property
  • Transferring small estates under $150,000
  • How to transfer trust property and property subject to life estates
  • An overview of the probate court process
  • Conducting a simple probate court proceeding
  • Handling property that passes outright to the surviving spouse or domestic partner
  • If you need expert help
  • Glossary
  • Appendix A: California probate code sections 13100-13106
  • Appendix B: Judicial council forms
  • Appendix C: Non-judicial-council forms.
When you've lost a loved one, the inevitable legal matters can seem difficult and confusing. But in most cases, probate involves little more than routine paperwork to transfer assets to family members and other beneficiaries. How to Probate an Estate in California explains, step-by-step, how to wrap up a basic estate. Whether you do it yourself or work with a lawyer, you'll save money and time. Find out how to: read and understand a will or trust; determine who inherits if there is no will; pay bills and taxes; complete and file all necessary court paperwork; collect life insurance and other death benefits; transfer real estate, securities, vehicles, and other assets to heirs and beneficiaries; transfer some assets without probate. The completely updated 23rd edition provides the latest laws, tax information, forms, and court procedures.
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30 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
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338 pages ; 28 cm
  • Choosing a legal structure
  • Picking a winning business name
  • Choosing a business location
  • Drafting an effective business plan
  • Pricing, bidding, and billing projects
  • Federal, state, and local start-up requirements
  • Risk management
  • Paying your taxes
  • Laws, taxes, and other issues for home businesses
  • Entering into contracts and agreements
  • Bookkeeping, accounting, and financial management
  • Small business marketing 101
  • E-business : selling and marketing online
  • Planning for changes in ownership
  • Building your business and hiring workers
  • Getting legal and other professional help
  • Appendix A. California small business resources and contact information
  • Appendix B. How to use the interactive forms on the Nolo website.
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Journal/Periodical
volumes ; 25 cm
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Book
volumes (loose-leaf) : forms ; 26 cm
  • Introduction
  • Historical origins
  • Substantive reach of California's Unfair Business Practices Act (Bus. & Prof.C. §17200)
  • The law of false advertising
  • Defending claims brought under California's unfair competition and false advertising laws
  • Who may be liable?
  • Procedure under the unfair competition law
  • Remedies available for unfair business practices
  • Law enforcement cases
  • The Consumers Legal Remedies Act
  • Appendix A. Text of Business & Professions Code sections 17200 and 17500 and selected accompanying provisions.
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1 volume (various pagings) : forms ; 27 cm
  • Overview and organization
  • Unit One. Right and duties of the prosecutor
  • Rights and duties to acquire evidence
  • Rights and duties to preserve evidence
  • Duties to disclose evidence
  • Unit Two. Rights and duties of the defense
  • Rights and duties to acquire evidence
  • Rights and duties to preserve evidence
  • Rights and duties to disclose evidence
  • Unit Three. Privileges and other defenses to discovery
  • Federal constitutional privileges and defenses
  • Federal statutory privileges and defenses
  • State constitutional privileges and defenses
  • State statutory privileges and defenses
  • Unit Four. Third party discovery
  • Third-party discovery methods
  • Third-party discovery methods outside the criminal litigation
  • Unit Five. Review of discovery rulings
  • Writ and appellate review
  • Unit Six. Discovery after criminal verdict
  • Post-verdict discovery mechanisms.
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Book
396 pages : illustrations, forms ; 28 cm
  • Evictions in California : an overview
  • Eviction for nonpayment of rent
  • Eviction by 30-day or 60-day notice
  • Eviction for lease violations, property damage, or nuisance
  • Eviction without a three-day or other termination notice
  • Filing and serving your unlawful detainer complaint
  • Taking a default judgment
  • Contested cases
  • Collecting your money judgment
  • When a tenant files for bankruptcy
  • Eviction of tenants in rental property purchased at foreclosure
  • Appendix A: Rent control charts
  • Appendix B: How to use the interactive forms on the Nolo website
  • Appendix C: Forms.
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474 p. : ill. ; 28 cm
  • The California landlord's legal companion
  • Renting your property : how to choose tenants and avoid legal pitfalls
  • Understanding leases and rental agreements
  • Basic rent rules
  • Rent control
  • Security deposits
  • Property managers
  • Getting the tenant moved in
  • Lawyers, legal research, eviction services, and mediation
  • Discrimination
  • Cotenants, subtenants, and guests
  • The landlord's duty to repair and maintain the property
  • The landlord's liability for dangerous conditions, criminal acts, and environmental health hazards
  • The landlord's right of entry and tenant's privacy
  • Raising rents and changing other terms of tenancy
  • Retaliatory rent increases and evictions
  • The three-day notice to pay rent or quit
  • Self-help evictions, utility terminations, and taking tenants' property
  • Terminating tenancies
  • When a tenant leaves : month-to-month tenancies, fixed-term leases, abandonment, and death of a tenant
  • Returning security deposits
  • Property abandoned by a tenant
  • Appendixes: Rent control chart ; How to use the interactive forms on the Nolo website.
Choosing tenants, preparing a lease, avoiding fair housing violations, and handling deposits according to law are just a few of the procedures California landlords must master or risk losing money or facing legal hassles. For nearly 30 years, this book has been guiding landlords safely and efficiently through the maze of regulations that affect them, and keeping them profitable and out of legal hot water.
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volumes (loose-leaf) ; 26 cm
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iv, 92 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
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Book
447 pages : forms ; 23 cm
  • Basics of small claims court in California
  • Do you have a good case?
  • Can you collect your money if you win?
  • How much should you sue for?
  • When should you sue?
  • Settling your dispute
  • Who can sue?
  • Suing different kinds of defendants
  • Where can you sue?
  • Filing fees, court papers, & court dates
  • Serving your papers
  • The defendant's options
  • Getting ready for court
  • Witnesses
  • Your day in court
  • Motor vehicle repair cases
  • Motor vehicle purchase cases
  • Bad debts: initiating and defending cases
  • Motor vehicle accident cases
  • Landlord-tenant cases
  • Miscellaneous cases
  • Disputes between small businesses
  • Judgment and appeal
  • Collecting your money
  • Legal research
  • Appendix A: Major California consumer laws
  • Appendix B: Legal jargon for California small claims court.
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