The paper I received is the first notice of any sort of Judgment or court action I have received. Nothing prior, or since (although I just received this last week).
It appears to be a "court form" although the clerk of the court signature is blank, and the "notice of entry judgment" section which includes "book no.", "page no.", "at (place)", "on (date)" fields are blank/unsigned/endorsed.
I live in Los Angeles, and this was "filed" in Sacramento, so I can't visit the courtroom, and don't know where to go from here.
To touch on why this judgment is/was brought against me, I was allegedly paid more than I "deserved" from the unemployment department when I got laid off back in 2001. They said they "discovered" this and notified me for the first time in Dec. 2005 (although I was not at the address that was notified).
What is typically done when a summary judgment is filed that wants to be fought, or canceled and settled out of court? Again, I do not want a judgment on my credit report as I have been advised it can take over 100 points off a FICO score.
Thanks again, in advance,