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(10.38) What happens to my services during a superior court appeal?

(10.38) What happens to my services during a superior court appeal?

If the ALJ decided the regional center can end the service(s) you were getting during your appeal, you will continue to get the service(s) for 10 days after you get the ALJ’s decision.[1]§ 4715(a)(3).

If you do not want your services to end after 10 days, you must file your appeal and ask the court for a “stay” within 10 days.[2]Calif. Code Civ. Proc. § 1094.5(g).,[3]§§ 4715(a)(3); 4715(c).  The court will not give you a stay if it believes it is “against the public interest.”[4]“However, no stay shall be imposed or continued if the court is satisfied that it is against the public interest.” Calif. Code Civ. Proc. § 1094.5(g).

References
1 § 4715(a)(3).
2 Calif. Code Civ. Proc. § 1094.5(g).
3 §§ 4715(a)(3); 4715(c).
4 “However, no stay shall be imposed or continued if the court is satisfied that it is against the public interest.” Calif. Code Civ. Proc. § 1094.5(g).