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To Irwin Law. I filed a claim with a City. The City denied it due to timeliness. I applied for an extension of time. The City denied that. The City said I can appeal that decision to Superior Court. This is in California. How long do I have to do so? Thank you very much. Sincerely David ******
"This is not my particular area of expertise, so I will open up your question to others. Good luck.
Per 946.6 the statutory time frame for filing an appeal is 6 months; please see:
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