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Interrogatories are one form of discovery in a lawsuit. An interrogatory is a written question from one party to the lawsuit to another party to the lawsuit (usually, the opposing party). Interrogatories are a way to obtain information from the opposing party that may be useful in the lawsuit.
FRCP Rule 34 says that a party may serve any other party a request for production and information. A party may request writings, drawings, photographs, graphs, charts, sound recordings, images, data, and data compilations. In addition, a party may also request tangible objects.
Your response to a request for production consists of two parts: One part is a written response to the requests, in which you state under penalty of perjury that you will produce the requested items; that you will not produce and why; or that you object to a request on legal grounds.
Your response to a request for production consists of two parts: One part is a written response to the requests, in which you state under penalty of perjury that you will produce the requested items; that you will not produce and why; or that you object to a request on legal grounds.
Interrogatories, which are written questions about things that are relevant or important to the case. (NRCP 33; JCRCP 33) Requests for production of documents or things, which are written requests that demand the other side provide particular documents or items.
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Requests for production may be used to inspect and copy documents or tangible items held by another party. Although these requests are most commonly used to obtain copies of documents, they can also be used to test, measure, photograph, etc., any type of physical evidence in the other partys possession or control.
The burden of production refers to a partys obligation to come forward with sufficient evidence to support a particular proposition of fact. The burden of production combines with the burden of persuasion to make up the burden of proof throughout a trial.
Interrogatories, which are written questions about things that are relevant or important to the case. (NRCP 33; JCRCP 33) Requests for production of documents or things, which are written requests that demand the other side provide particular documents or items.
Interrogatories, which are written questions about things that are relevant or important to the case. (NRCP 33; JCRCP 33) Requests for production of documents or things, which are written requests that demand the other side provide particular documents or items.
If you are on the receiving end of an RFI, here are some good pointers on how to respond. Dont be afraid to ask questions. If there is any part in the RFI that is unclear or ambiguous, dont be afraid to seek clarification from the sender. Promptly deal with an incoming RFI. Respond as accurately as you can.

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