As stated in California Rule of Court No. 3.1308 and Local Rule of Court 3.10, parties satisfied with the tentative ruling need not appear at the scheduled hearing. Parties intending to appear and contest the tentative ruling must notify both the Court and opposing counsel.
Unless the Court and opposing counsel have been notified of such intent, the tentative ruling shall become the ruling of the Court without oral argument.
You must appear at the hearing if you are so directed by the Court in the tentative ruling and be prepared to address those issues set forth by the Court in that ruling.