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Synonyms for interrogatory

a request for data

Synonyms for interrogatory

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They can do so through interrogatories, which are a formal set of written questions served on the other party to clarify matters of fact.
In February 2015, three years after Santos' death, Parrillo presented the hospital with interrogatories requesting the identity and description of every individual who treated Santos from the time of his admission to the time of his death.
Where a petitioner detained by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has moved to compel answers to his first set of interrogatories, the motion should be allowed in part and denied in part.
The county served petitioner with its First Set of Interrogatories, a Request for Production of Documents, along with a Request for Inspection of Subject Property.
The court ordered the insurance company to answer interrogatories relating to their expert's opinion by a date selected by defendant.
Minke issued interrogatories, specifically Interrogatory No.
prophylactic in the form of carefully drafted special interrogatories.
'In our jurisdiction, in criminal cases, there is no law or rule which expressly allows the taking of deposition upon written interrogatories,' the appeals court said in a decision penned by Associate Justice Ramon Bato Jr.
13, 2017 and allow the taking of the testimony of [Veloso] by deposition upon written interrogatories in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in effect, the OSG would want us to disregard Section 14, of the 1987 Constitution,' the ruling penned by Associate Justice Ramon Bato Jr.
referenced the availability of special interrogatories to resolve
The CID covers the period from January 1, 2010 to the present and requires the production of documents and answers to written interrogatories. "The company had no knowledge of the investigation prior to receipt of the CID.
It discusses the law applicable to federal civil proceedings, primarily the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and covers client interviewing and the establishment of the attorney-client relationship; pretrial planning and investigation; the complaint and responses to it; disclosure and the scope of civil discovery; interrogatories; depositions; requests for production, examinations, and admissions; judicial intervention into the discovery and disclosure process; pretrial motion practice; summary judgment; pretrial conferences and orders; and negotiation and settlement.
Interrogatories are written questions that may be posed to a debtor in writing and often cover the same topics addressed in an oral deposition.
Federal law permits the United States Department of Justice to issue civil investigative demands (CIDs) "[w]henever the Attorney General, or a designee...has reason to believe that any person may be in possession, custody, or control of any documentary material or information relevant to a false claims law investigation." A type of subpoena, CIDs allow the DOJ to obtain documents, require responses to interrogatories and take depositions.