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Unless otherwise stipulated or ordered by the court, any party may serve upon any other party no more than 25 written interrogatories, including all discrete subparts. Interrogatories may relate to any matter that can be inquired into under Rule 56.01.
All parties shall make reasonable efforts to cooperate for the purpose of minimizing the burden or expense of discovery. Better known as the Golden Rule Letter, it should be attached to a motion to compel to evidence to the court that a good-faith effort has been made.
Unless otherwise stipulated or ordered by the court, any party may serve upon any other party no more than 25 written interrogatories, including all discrete subparts. Interrogatories may relate to any matter that can be inquired into under Rule 56.01.
Interrogatories are to be raised at a pre-trial stage and must have a close connection with the matter in question, whereas cross examinations have a wider scope of questions that can be asked.
All parties shall make reasonable efforts to cooperate for the purpose of minimizing the burden or expense of discovery. Better known as the Golden Rule Letter, it should be attached to a motion to compel to evidence to the court that a good-faith effort has been made.
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Interrogatories are a discovery tool that the parties can use to have specific questions about a case answered before trial. Interrogatories are lists of questions sent to the other party that s/he must respond to in writing.
Unless otherwise stipulated or ordered by the court, any party may serve upon any other party no more than 25 written interrogatories, including all discrete subparts. Interrogatories may relate to any matter that can be inquired into under Rule 56.01.
Issue: Under Missouri law, may a plaintiff seek discovery regarding affirmative defenses pled by a defendant? Missouri discovery rules allow so-called contention interrogatories, which allow a party to discover the factual theory of the adversarys case.
At the trial or hearing any party may rebut any relevant evidence contained in a deposition whether introduced by him or by any other party.
30 Days After Service Unless interrogatories are served with original pleadings, responses must be served within 30 days of service. If interrogatories are served with original pleadings, responses must be served within 45 days of the earlier of the date the party was served or entered an appearance.

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