SC-104C How to Serve a Business or Public Entity

SC-104C How to Serve a Business or Public Entity (Small Claims)
To serve a public entity, see page 2.
You must serve the right person and write the exact name of the business and the person to be served.
Use this form to make sure you serve correctly, and follow the instructions on Proof of Service, Form SC-104.
Sole
Proprietorship
(Only 1 owner)
Partnership
Landlord Corporation,
Association
Limited Liability Company (LLC),
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP),
Limited Partnership (LP)
Unknown
Business Type
Serve:
The owner
Write on your
Proof of
Service form:
Check that you
have the exact
names of the
owner and
business with:
• Business
name
• Owner's
name and
job title
The property
owner or manager
(Read Civil Code
sections
1962–1962.7.)
• Business name
(if there is one)
• Owner's name
and job title
If you are suing a
partnership, serve
one of the partners.
If you are suing a
partnership and
the partners, serve
each partner.
• Partnership name
• Name of partner,
general manager,
or agent for
service and job
title
Agent for service listed
with Secretary of State or
any corporate officer
(president, vice-
president, secretary,
treasurer), chief executive
officer (CEO), controller,
chief financial officer, or
general manager
• Corporation nam e
• Name of corporate
officer or agent for
service and job
title
Agent for service listed with
Secretary of State
To serve a limited
partnership, you can also
serve the general partner.
Someone who
seems to be in
charge of the
business during
normal business
hours
• Company or partnership name
• Name of agent or partner for
service and job title
• Business name ,
form unknown
• Owner's name
and job title
(if you know it)
• County Clerk–Recorder's or
County Tax Assessor's Office
(Ask to see the fictitious business
name statement.) Your county's
Web site may have this
information.
Check: www.csac.counties.org.
• City Clerk's Office (Ask to see the
business license.) Your city's Web
site may have this information.
County Tax
Collector
Search under Corporation, LP and LLC at the Califo rnia
Secretary of State Web site: www.ss.ca.gov/business
Try the other
resources listed
on this page to
see if they know
more about the
business's
organization type,
like corporation
or sole
proprietorship.
How to Serve a Business or Public Entity
(Small Claims)
Need help?
For free help, contact your county’s Small Claims Advisor:
[space for local info here]
Or, go to "County-Specific Court Information" at: www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/smallclaims
Or call: 1-916-657-5448
County Clerk–Recorder's Office: (Ask to see the fictitious
business name statem en t.) Your county's Web site may
have this information.
City Clerk's Office: (Ask to see the business license.) Your
city's Web site may have this information.
OR
OR
SC-104C, Page 1 of 2
Judicial Council of California, www.courtinfo.ca.gov
Revised July 1, 2007
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