Requirements for Filing a Third Party Claim, Contents of Claim as described in California Code of Civil Procedures §720.130 and 720.230
The claim must include:
If the claim is for ownership, you must include:
If the claim is for a security interest or lien, you must include:
The third party claim shall be executed under oath. Here are three examples of oaths you may use in your third party claim.
Notary must verify both the oath and the signature. An acknowledgment of the signature by the notary is not sufficient. The notary must verify both the oath and the signature.
- OR - IT MAY BE SIGNED UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY (CCP 2015.5) I certify (or declare) under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Date ____________________________________ Signature ________________________________
- OR - I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct. Date ____________________________________ Signature ________________________________
A third party claim must be submitted on plain paper. DO NOT submit a third party claim on a Claim of Exemption form (Judicial Council Form EJ-160).