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 deposition of a trial expert is essential to explore the expert's opinion fully as interrogatories provide only basic information.
You should send 2 copies of this form and the Notice of Service of Standard Family Law Interrogatories, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.
The motion shall state with particularity the grounds upon which it is based and the substantial matters of law to be argued and shall [begin strikethrough] be served at least 20 days before the time fixed for the hearing[end strikethrough] specifically identify any affidavits, answers to interrogatories, admissions, depositions, and other materials as would be admissible in evidence ("summary judgment evidence") on which the movant relies.
Federal Rule 33(d) permits a party, in certain circumstances, to respond to interrogatories by producing its business records for inspection rather than giving a specific answer.
Mitro contended that Allstate submitted interrogatories for "frivolous" and irrelevant information, which constituted, in her mind, clear acts of bad faith.
It also includes chapters covering discovery strategy and privileges, depositions, requests for production of documents, requests for admissions, and interrogatories.
25, 2004, interrogatories and a subpoena from the office of the Attorney General of the State of Connecticut seeking information relevant to that office's investigation into the possible violation of anti trust laws by unnamed parties.
Post judgment interrogatories are being prepared and will be served upon the company within days.
DEPOSITION TESTIMONY, AND INTERROGATORIES STIPULATED TESTIMONY, STIPULATIONS AND ADMISSIONS
I scan interrogatories from opposing counsel, then add the words "Answers to" above the word "Interrogatories" so that I can start the answering and editing process without retyping the original interrogatories.
Companies such as Jessen's Electronic Evidence Discovery also are hired to search defendants' files when courts deem their replies to interrogatories insufficient.
More recently, MetLife received two subpoenas, which included a set of interrogatories, seeking information regarding whether MetLife has provided or is aware of the provision of 'fictitious' or 'inflated' bids.