Civil Records Research

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Records Research

Our team of in-house researchers are well trained to review Civil files and return the information you need. Our turnaround time for a standard civil search is 1-2 days. The turnaround time for case file review varies and is available in San Diego only. Fees are charged by the name, hour or project.

Contract Disputes

These types of civil cases involves breaches of contracts.  Case information returned may include names of involved parties, type of breach, final disposition and monetary settlement. In some instances, a plaintiff may get the court to require that the defendant act according to the contract’s terms which is refferred to as specific performance.  In this instance, detailed information regarding the specific performance may be provided.

Collection cases pertain to the action of suing for recovery of money owed.  Case information returned may include name of debtor and creditor, amount of debt and settlement amount.

Disputes that arise between a landlord and tenant.  Judges will often handle disputes involving lease agreement violations or tenant service disagreements. Unlawful Detainer and Illegal Eviction cases are also heard in civil court.  Case information my include but is not limited to name of participants and final judgement.

A restraining order (also called a “protective order”) is a court order that can protect someone from being physically or sexually abused, threatened, stalked, or harassed.  Information available may include complaint and disposition and relevant dates.  There are 2 types of civil restraining orders:

  • Civil Harassment Retraining Order
  • Workplace Violence Retraining Order

The most common type of small claims cases involve property damage, breach of contract, business disputes, defective product or unsatisfactory service.  Landlord-tenant disputes, fraud, accidents, personal injury, and unpaid debts are also handled in Small Claims court.  In California, the limit an individual can collect up to is $7,500.  Corporations and limited liability companies (LLC) are limited to $5,000. 

  • Personal Injury and Tort Cases
  • Name and Gender Change
  • Real Property Disputes
  • General Civil
  • Class Action
  • Negligence