2005 California Family Code Sections 290-292 PART 6. ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS AND ORDERS

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SECTION 290-292

290.  Subject to Section 291, a judgment or order made or entered
pursuant to this code may be enforced by the court by execution, the
appointment of a receiver, or contempt, or by any other order as the
court in its discretion determines from time to time to be necessary.
291.  A judgment or order for possession or sale of property made or
entered pursuant to this code is subject to the period of
enforceability and the procedure for renewal provided by Chapter 3
(commencing with Section 683.010) of Division 1 of Title 9 of Part 2
of the Code of Civil Procedure.
292.  (a) The Judicial Council shall modify the title of its
existing form, "Order to Show Cause and Declaration for Contempt
(Family Law)," to "Order to Show Cause and Affidavit for Contempt
(Family Law)."
   (b) The Judicial Council shall prescribe a form entitled
"Affidavit of Facts Constituting Contempt" that a party seeking to
enforce a judgment or order made or entered pursuant to this code by
contempt may use as an attachment to the Judicial Council form
entitled "Order to Show Cause and Affidavit for Contempt (Family
Law)."  The form shall provide in the simplest language possible:
   (1) The basic information needed to sustain a cause of action for
contempt, including, but not limited to, the elements of a cause of
action for contempt.
   (2) Instructions on how to prepare and submit the Order to Show
Cause and Affidavit for Contempt (Family Law) and the Affidavit of
Facts Constituting Contempt.
   (3) Lines for the date and a signature made under penalty of
perjury.
   (c) Section 1211.5 of the Code of Civil Procedure shall apply to
the Order to Show Cause and Affidavit for Contempt (Family Law) and
the Affidavit of Facts Constituting Contempt.


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