What is the cut-off date for discovery and motions in a civil case?

California, United States of America


The following excerpt is from Denton v. Superior Court, D074945 (Cal. App. 2019):

A case management conference was held in May 2017, at which time the court set trial for March 16, 2018, and ordered all discovery and motions other than dispositive motions to be completed by February 9, 2018. The parties stipulated in February 2018 to continue the trial date and discovery until July 2018. The parties assumed that this stipulation continued the motion cut-off dates along with the trial date. (See Munoz v.

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