interrogatories


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interrogatories

A set of written questions by one party in a lawsuit to another party in the lawsuit,which must be answered under oath.

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The process for responding to interrogatories is relatively straightforward.
As will be seen, many courts have contributed to the case law interpreting the Rule 49 framework and applying the currently available remedies for inconsistent verdicts, which include resubmission of the interrogatories to the jury and the ordering of a new trial.
com posting, the comments revealed that defense lawyers and business groups praise the Judicial Conference (which presented the amendments) for attempting to reduce the burdens of discovery in civil litigation in the federal courts, while plaintiffs' lawyers expressed serious concern that proposed limits on depositions, interrogatories, and other discovery tools will exacerbate the challenge of acquiring legitimate information from defendants who don't want to surrender it.
Since written interrogatories are controlled by the OALJ Rules and not countermanded by statute, executive order or regulation, one could argue that the Fed.
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Initial interrogatories to parties in original and enforcement actions shall be those set forth in Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.
Editor's Note: An extraordinary number of cases are disposed of by the courts as a result of failure to comply with court orders to answer interrogatories, failure to comply with orders for more responsive answers to interrogatories, as well as a broad panorama of other failures to comply with court orders.
party can give discoverable testimony that practically cannot be obtained through informal consultations or communication, interrogatories, request for production of documents or other discovery means.
Douglas had not called them interrogatories, but Lincoln wants to bring them under the definition of interrogatories in the law.
Unique software solutions include: Auction Stations - a web crawler technology able to sift and collect data about trading, taking it from across the Internet, in regard to specific interrogatories the client has requested.
Her interrogatories application is expected to be the last opportunity to gain further evidence ahead of a full judicial review hearing into the appointments this year.
Advocates have called for insurance companies to submit to a detailed set of interrogatories to evaluate risk.