CA Civ Proc Code Section 513.020

In the discretion of the court, the temporary restraining order may prohibit the defendant from doing any or all of the following:


Transferring any interest in the property by sale, pledge, or grant of security interest, or otherwise disposing of, or encumbering, the property. If the property is farm products held for sale or lease or is inventory, the order may not prohibit the defendant from transferring the property in the ordinary course of business, but the order may impose appropriate restrictions on the disposition of the proceeds from such transfer.


Concealing or otherwise removing the property in such a manner as to make it less available to seizure by the levying officer.


Impairing the value of the property either by acts of destruction or by failure to care for the property in a reasonable manner.
Last Updated

Aug. 19, 2023

§ 513.020’s source at ca​.gov