Frequently Asked Questions

The only standard forms deal with rents, issues & profits receiverships. They are available through the California Judicial Council website: Some judges try to use the forms for equity receiverships, but it never works.

Join the California Receivers Forum and come to programs to learn how to be a receiver. Receivers are not certified. They are nominated by one of the parties to the litigation or, rarely, appointed from the bench. A firm cannot be a receiver….only individuals can be appointed. They must obtain a bond and file an oath with the court.

The purpose of the California Receivers Forum is educational, to raise the professionalism within the receivership community and to share information. It is not a source of information on specific litigation or assets of a receivership estate.