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Government Code Section 6000 – Newspaper of General Circulation Law California

California Government Code sections 6000 is one of the two statutes, the second one being Government Code Section 6008,  that allow a publication to become adjudicated through a newspaper of general circulation attorney in California. This entitles the newspaper to publish legal advertising in its particular jurisdiction of adjudication. This article outlines the general parameters … Read More

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Government Code Section 6000 & 6008 – Newspaper of General Circulation Law California

California Government Code sections 6000 and 6008 are the two statutes that allow a publication to become adjudicated through a newspaper of general circulation attorney in California. This entitles the newspaper to publish legal advertising in its particular jurisdiction of adjudication. This article outlines the general parameters of these two statutes. California Government Code Section … Read More

California Government Code Section 6041 – Which Newspaper is Required for Publication of Official City Legal Notices?

One of the most contested issues for newspapers of general circulation in California is what newspaper a city, county or other government entity must use to publish to meet the legal requirements of notice by publication. The relevant law in Government Code Section 6041 provides as follows: Whenever any publication, or notice by publication, or … Read More

Contesting a Petition for Adjudication as a Newspaper of General Circulation – Cal. Gov. Code § 6022

When a publication believes it meets the requirements to be adjudicated as a newspaper of general circulation (NGC) in California, it can file a petition with the California Superior Court requesting the right to run legal notices in compliance with various statutes (e.g., publishing fictitious business name statements). However, what happens when a newspaper files for adjudication, but it … Read More

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