Form Sc 150 PDF Details

Form SC 150 is used to request a copy of a state or federal criminal history record from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED). This form must be completed and submitted by the person who is requesting their own criminal history record, unless the individual is under 18 years old. The fee for this service is $25.00. SLED will mail the criminal history record to the person who requested it within 30 days of receiving payment and all required information. Individuals can also order their criminal history record online at https://14a.southcarolina.gov/CriminalHistory/public/criminalHistoryEntry.aspx . However, an additional convenience fee will be assessed for this service.

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SC-150 Request to Postpone Trial

See instructions on other side.

cMy name is: Mailing address:

Phone:

I am a (check one):

plaintiff

defendant in this case.

dMy trial is now scheduled for (date):

eI ask the court to postpone my trial until (approximate date):

f I am asking for this postponement because (explain):

If your answer will not fit in the space below, check this box and attach your answer on a separate sheet of paper. Write “SC-150, Item 4” at the top.

Clerk stamps here when form is filed.

To keep other people from seeing what you entered on your form, please press the Clear This Form button at the end of the form when finished.

Fill in the court name and street address:

Superior Court of California, County of

Fill in your case number and case name:

Case Number:

Case Name:

gIf your trial is scheduled within the next 10 days, explain why you did not ask for a postponement sooner.

If your answer will not fit in the space below, check this box and attach your answer on a separate sheet of paper. Write “SC-150, Item 5” at the top.

hHas your claim been served by a method allowed by law? (See form SC-104B, What Is “Proof of Service”?, for information about how the claim can be served. Check and complete all that apply):

If your answer will not fit in the space below, check this box and attach your answer on a separate sheet of paper. Write “SC-150, Item 6” at the top.

a.

b.

c.

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No. I am a defendant and have not filed a claim in this case.

 

 

 

 

Yes. The parties listed below have been served:

 

 

 

 

(1)

 

 

, who lives in:

, was served on:

 

name

 

 

county

 

 

 

date

(2)

 

 

, who lives in:

, was served on:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

name

 

 

county

 

 

date

No. The parties listed below have not been served (list names):

 

 

 

 

(1)

 

 

 

(2)

 

 

 

 

 

I do not know. The court clerk mailed my claim, and I do not know if the court received the signed receipt for these parties (list names):

(1)

 

(2)

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information above is true and correct. Date:

Type or print your name

 

Sign here

Judicial Council of California, www.courtinfo.ca.gov New July 1, 2010, Optional Form

Code of Civil Procedures, § 116.570, Cal. Rules of Court, rule 3.2107

Request to Postpone Trial

SC-150

(Small Claims)

Instructions for Form SC-150, Request to Postpone Trial

(This page is not part of Form SC-150 and does not need to be copied, served, or filed.)

Who can use this form?

Anyone who filed a small claims case and wants to postpone or reschedule the trial for any good reason, including because he or she has not served all of the defendants

Anyone who was sued in a small claims case and wants to postpone or reschedule the trial for any good reason

Do I have to use this form?

No. You may write a letter instead of using this form. Your letter should explain why you want to change your court date and include the other information that is requested on this form.

How do I ask for a postponement?

Fill out Form SC-150, Request to Postpone Trial, (on the other side of these instructions), or write a letter that includes the information requested on this form.

Have all other parties in your case served with a copy of your request. You may serve by mail or in person. Use Form SC-104, Proof of Service, or Form SC-112A, Proof of Service by Mail.

File your request and the completed Proof of Service with the small claims court clerk. You may have to pay a $10 fee, depending on when (or if) the claim was served. If you cannot afford to pay a required fee, see Form FW-001-INFO, Information Sheet on Waiver of Superior Court Fees and Costs.

How will I know the court’s decision?

If the court postpones the trial, the court will mail a notice with the new hearing date to all plaintiffs and defendants in this case.

If the court does not postpone the trial, the trial will be on the date when it is currently scheduled. The court will notify the person who filed the Request.

If you do not hear from the court, you should go to court on the scheduled trial date.

Need help?

For free help, contact your county’s small claims advisor: [local info here]

Or go to “County-Specific court Information” at www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/smallclaims

New July 1, 2010

Request to Postpone Trial

 

 

 

 

 

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