interrogatory


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interrogatory

(ĭn″tĕr-rŏg′ă-tor″ē)
In law, a written question sent by one party to another requesting information about issues, facts, backgrounds, and witnesses surrounding the allegations in a lawsuit.
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While the case was pending there, the plaintiff served interrogatory answers on the defendant itemizing his damages at $52,771.
So where now is the realistic, internationalist interrogatory of the left?
Subsection (d) of Rule 33 provides that when an interrogatory objection is made, the responding party "shall answer to the extent the interrogatory is not objectionable.
In its response to the Court's interrogatory, Odyssey also indicated that it had information under review which may be inconsistent with the hypothesis that the wreck site is that of the Mercedes.
His or her answers shall be written in the blank space provided after each separately numbered interrogatory.
In many jurisdictions, it has become customary to simply exchange names of experts for deposition without prior exchange of written interrogatory answers or reports.
By applying their research, analytical skills, interrogatory methods and industry experiences, the practitioners of StoneTurn deliver results efficiently to clients in the resolution of their complex business disputes, whether by expert testimony or affidavit.
902(c), by serving the appropriate interrogatory form.
Jurors should be given a separate recap sheet on which to copy their interrogatory answers.
NASDAQ:TWTI), regarding the interrogatory response recently provided to Third Wave and filed with the U.
320(a), or a party fails to answer an interrogatory submitted under rule 1.
Regardless of how a physician answers an interrogatory inquiring into past criminal conduct, you should perform your own criminal records check.