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Section 683.150. (Amended by Stats. 2005, Ch. 75, Sec. 36.)
Cite as: Cal. Civ. Proc. Code §683.150.

(a)Upon the filing of the application, the court clerk shall enter the renewal of the judgment in the court records.

(b)The fee for filing an application for renewal of judgment is as provided in subdivision (b) of Section 70626 of the Government Code.

(c)In the case of a money judgment, the entry of renewal shall show the amount of the judgment as renewed. Except as provided in subdivisions (d) and (e), this amount is the amount required to satisfy the judgment on the date of the filing of the application for renewal and includes the fee for the filing of the application for renewal.

(d)In the case of a money judgment payable in installments not previously renewed, the amount of the judgment as renewed is the total of the past due installments, the costs added to the judgment pursuant to Section 685.090, and the accrued interest, which remains unsatisfied and is enforceable on the date of the filing of the application for renewal and includes the fee for the filing of the application for renewal.

(e)In the case of a money judgment payable in installments previously renewed, the amount of the judgment as renewed under the latest renewal is the total of the following which remains unsatisfied and is enforceable on the date of the filing of the application for the latest renewal:

(1)The amount of the judgment as renewed under the previous renewal.

(2)The past due installments that became due and payable after the previous renewal.

(3)The costs that have been added to the judgment pursuant to Section 685.090 after the previous renewal.

(4)The interest that has accrued on the amounts described in paragraphs (1), (2), and (3) since the last renewal.

(5)The fee for filing the application for renewal.

(f)In the case of a judgment for possession or sale of property, the entry of renewal shall describe the performance remaining due.





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