Judgment Notice of Entry Small ClaimsCal. Super. - 6th Dist.May 28, 2020«I ' T Name and Address of Court SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY 0F SANTA CLARA 191 North First Street San Jose'. Catifomia 95113 SC-1 30 SMALL CLAIMS CASE NO.: 2080083463 NOTICE T0 ALL PLAINTIFFS AND DEFENDANTS: Your small claims case has been decided. lf you lost the case. and the court ordered you to pay money, your wages, money, and property may be taken without further warning from the court. Read the back of this sheet for important information about your rights. AVISO A TODOS L08 DEMANDANTES YDEMANDADOS: Su caso ha sido resuelto por la corte para reclamos judiciales menores. Si la cone ha decidido en su contra y ha ordenado que usted pague dinero, le pueden quitar su salario. su dinero, y otras cosas de su propiedad, sin aviso adicional por parte de esta corte. Lea el reverso de este formulario para obtener infonnacién de importancia acerca de sus derechos. PLAINTIFF/DEMANDANT E (Name, street address, and telephone number of each): onka INC 340 Middlefield Road E Mountain View CA 94043 Telephone No: Telephone No. U See attached sheet for additional plaintiffs and defendants DEFENDANTIDEMANDADO‘ (Name. street address. and telephone number of each): Regus Management Group LLC Serve on Corporation Service Company agent 2710 Gateway Oaks Drive Suite 150N SACRAMENTO CA 95833 Telephone No‘: Telephone No. Date 0f Hearing: November 19. 2020 Hearing officer: Christine Copeland NOTICE OF ENTRY 0F JUDGMENT Judgment was entered as checked below on 11/1 9/2020 1. E Defendant (name, if more than one): Regus Management Group. LLC shall pay plaintiff (name, if more than one): onka, INC $1953.27 principal and: $90 costs on plaintiffs claim. Demsmn 0n sunmmed matter 2. D Defendant does not owe plaintiff any money on plaintiffs claim. 3. D Plaintiff (name, ifmore than one): onka, INC shall pay defendant (name, ifmore than one):Regus Management Group, LLC $ principal and1$ costs on defendant's cfaim. 4. D Plaintiff does not owe defendant any money on defendant's claim 5. D Possession of the following property is awarded to plaintiff (describe propedy): 6. D Payments are to be made at the rate of: $ per (specify period): beginning on (date. and on the (specify day): day of each month thereafter until paid in full. If any payment is missed. the entire balance may become due immediately. 7. D Dismissed in court D with prejudice. D without prejudice 8. D Attorney-Client Fee Dispute (Attachment to Notice ofEntry ofJudgmenf) (form SC-1 32) is attached. 9. E Other (specify): SEE ATTACHED Exhibits returned to presenting party. 10. D This judgment results from a motor vehicle accident on a California highway and was caused by the judgment debtofs operation of a motor vehicie. If the judgment is not paid, the judgment creditor may apply to have the judgment debtofs dn'ver's license suspended. 11. Enforcement ofthe judgment is automatically postponed for 30 days or, if an appeal is filed. until the appeal is decided. 12. D This notice was personally delivered to (insert name and date): 13. CLERK‘S CERTIFICATE OF MAILING-I certify that | am not a party t0 this action. This Notice of Entry ofJudgment was mailed first class, postage prepaid. in a sealed envelope to the parties at the addresses shown above. The mailing and this certification occurred at the place and on the date shown below. Piace of mailing: San Jose, California Date of mailing: 01/13/2021 Stacie Marshall The county provides small claims advisor services free of charge. Re\ad the information sheet on the reverse. Form Adopted for Alternative Mandatory Use Judicial Coundl of Califomia SC-130 [RevJuly 1. 2010] Code of Civil Procedures §116.610 www/courtinfo ca. gov NOTICE 0F ENTRY 0F JUDGMENT (Small Claims) SC-1 30 INFORMATION AFTER JUDGMENT INFORMACION DESPUES DEL FALLO DE LA CORTE Your smaIl claims case has been decided. The judgment or decision of the court appears on the front of this sheet. The court may have ordered one party to pay money to the other panyl The person (or business) who won the case and who can collect the money is called thejudgment creditor. The person (0r business) who lost the case and who owes the money is called the judgment debtor. Enforcement of thejudgment is postponed until the time for appeal ends 0r until the appeal is decided. This means that the judgment creditor cannot collect any money or take any action until this period Es over. Generally, both parties may be represented by lawyers after judgment. IF YOU LOST THE CASE . . . 1. If you lost the case 0n your own claim and the court did not award you any money, the court's decision on your claim is FINAL. You may not appeal your own claim. If you lost the case and the coun ordered you to pay money, your money and property may be taken to pay the claim unless you do one of the following things: a. PAY THE JUDGMENT The law requires you to pay the amount of the judgment, You may pay the judgment creditor directly, or pay the judgment to the court for an additional fee. You may also ask the court to order monthly payments you can afford. Ask the clerk for information about these procedures. b. APPEAL If you disagree with the court's decision, you may appeal the decision on (he other party’s claim. You may not appeal the decision on your own claim. However. if any pady appeals, there will be a new trial on all the claims. If you appeared at the tn'al. you must begin your appeal by filing a form called a Notice of Appeal (form 80-140) and pay the required fees within 30 days after the date this Notice of Entry of Judgment was mailed or handed to you. Your appeal will be in the superior coun. You will have a new trial and you must present your evidence again. You may be represented by a ~ lawyer. c. VACATE OR CANCEL THE JUDGMENT If you did not go to the trial. you may ask the court to vacate or cancel the judgment. To make this request. you must file a Motion to Vacate the Judgment (form SC-1 35) and pay the required fee within 30 days after the date this Notice of Entty of Judgment was mailed. If your request I's denied, you then have 10 days from the date the notice of denial was mailed to file an appeal. The period to file the Motion to Vacate the Judgment is 180 days if you were nor proper/y served with the claim. The 180-day period begins on the date you found out or should have found out about the judgment against you. IF YOU WON THE CASE . .. 1. If you were sued by the other party and you won the case. then me other party may not appeal the court's decision. 2. If you won the case and the court awarded you money, here are some steps you may take to collect your money or get possession of your property: ' a. COLLECTING FEES AND INTEREST Sometimes fees are charged for filing court papers or for serving the judgment debtor. These extra costs can become part 0f your originat judgment. To daim these fees, ask the clerk for a Memorandum of Costs. b. VOLUNTARY PAYMENT Ask the judgment debtor to pay the money. if your claim was for possession 0f propeny, ask the judgment debtor to return the property to you. THE COURT WILL NOT COLLECT THE MONEY 0R ENFORCE THE JUDGMENT FOR YOU. c. STATEMENT OF ASSETS If the judgment debtor does not pay the money, the law requires the debtor to fill out a form called the Judgment Debtor's Statement ofAssets (form 80-133). This form will tell you what propeny the judgment debtor has that may be availabte to pay your claim. If the judgment debtor willfully fails to send you the completed form. you may file an Appiication and Order to Produce Statement ofAssets and to Appear for Examination (form SC-134) and ask the court lo give you your attomey's fees and expenses and other appropriate relief. after proper notice, under Code of Civil Procedure section 708.1 70. ORDER 0F EXAMINATION You may also make the debtor come to court to answer questions about income and property. To do this, ask the clerk for an Application and Order for Appearance end Examination (Enforcement of Judgment) (form EJ-1 25) and pay the required feel There I’s a fee if a [aw officer serves the order on the judgment debtor. You may also obtain the judgment debtors financial records. Ask the clerk for the Small Claims Subpoena and Declaration (form 80-107) or Civil Subpoena Duces Tecum (form SUBP-OOZ). . WRIT OF EXECUTION After you find out about the judgment debtor's property, you may ask the court for a Writ of Execution (form EJ-130) and pay the required fee, A wn‘t of execution is a court paper that tells a law officer to take property 0f the judgment debtor t0 pay your claim. Here are some examples of the kinds 0f property the officer may be able to take: wages, bank account, automobile, business property, or rental income. For some kinds of property. you may need to file other forms. See the law officer for information. ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT The judgment debtor may own land or a house or other buildings. You may want to put a lien on the property so that you will be paid if the property is sold. You can get a lien by filing an Abstract of Judgment (form EJ-OO1) with the county recorder in the county where the property is located. The recorder wili charge a fee for the Abstract of Judgment. NOTICE T0 THE PARTY WHO WON: As soon as you have been paid in full. you must fill out the form be1ow and mail it to the court immediately or you will be fined. If an Abstract of Judgment has been recorded, you must use another form; see the clerk for the proper form. SMALL CLAIMS NO.: 20$C083463 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF SATISFACTION OF JUDGMENT (Do not use this form if an Abstract ofJudgment has been recorded.) To the Clerk of the Court: | am the D judgment creditor D assignee of record. l agree that the judgment in this action has been paid in full or otherwise satisfied. r Date: y 80-1 30 [Rev July 1. 2010] NOTICE OF ENTRY 0F JUDGMENT Page 2 of 3 (Small Claims) SC-1 30 (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (SIGNATURE) 80130 [RSVJU'V 1’ 201°] NOTICE 0F ENTRY 0F JUDGMENT ”9° 3 “3 (Small Claims) Case Nzime: onka Inc. v. Regns Management Group LLC Case Number: 20$C083463 Date 0f hearing: 11/19/20 Plaintiff is a current and active corporation, so has standing to file a lawsuit. Since it is a corporation, it is limited to a $5000.00 maximumjudgment from small claims court. The claim was filed timely, venue is proper, and Defendant was properly and timely served. Plaintiff‘s deposit was $2532.00. It gave timely notice to terminate its physical tenancy, and moved out on August 3 1, 2020. It owed $0.00 at this time. Plaintiffthen switched to a virtual office tenancy, and the deposit was transferred over. Virtual rent was $123.00 per month for a three-month-at-a-time tenancy. The virtual tenancy then automatically renewed for another three months. Plaintiff was required t0 give sixty days’ notice t0 terminate the virtual tenancy. If timely notice was given, the contract required rent through the last day of the applicable month (so rent would not be pro-rated even if notice was given earlier than the last day of a month). Plaintiff’s first three virtual months were September, 2019 through and including November, 2019. The virtual term then automatically renewed for December, 2019 through and including February, 2020. Plaintiff gave notice to terminate on January 19, 2020, so Plaintiff owes rent through and including March 31, 2020 only. Plaintifl’s unpaid rent balance through March, 2020 is $503.55. Plaintiffalso owes $25.00 extra for any month rent is late or unpaid and a five percent penalty on an unpaid rent balance per clause 43 0f the ‘house rules”. Plaintiffshall receive its $2532.00 security deposit, less $503.55 for unpaid rent through March, 2020, less a $50.00 late fee for unpaid/late rent for February and March, 2020], and less a $25.1 8 penalty on the unpaid rent balance. Defendant shall return $1953.27 ofthe deposit, plus shall reimburse Plaintiff for his filing fees and service costs. Plaintifi‘ does not owe any “account maintenance fees” for the retained security deposit per clause 43 0f the house rules because the evidence does not support levying such a charge. Any other components 0f Plaintiff’s request not specifically addressed are denied. Defendant shall not stall the refund ordered here because it does not have Plaintiff’s direct deposit information. It is sufficient to send the payment to Plaintiff’s address as shown in the Claim form filed. Plaintiff is owed Defendant is owed Demand $ 1953.27 $ Costs $ 50.00 + 40.00 , $ Total $ 2043.27 $ The clerk shall attach this page to, or include the above information in, the Judgment. Dated: 11/19/20 C COMMISSIONER CHRISTINE COPE ' Defendant‘s Exhibit 7 is not clear regarding which virtual rent months involved late rent other than the two months mentioned here.