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Synonyms for interrogatory

a request for data

Synonyms for interrogatory

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A type of subpoena, CIDs allow the DOJ to obtain documents, require responses to interrogatories and take depositions.
Interrogatories are written questions that may be posed to a debtor in writing and often cover the same topics addressed in an oral deposition.
Moreover, the unit will utilize a broad set of interventions and tools, including subpoena authority, document demands, and interrogatories and interviews, to enforce against violations of federal law.
Andres clerked for a Florida law firm where he conducted legal research regarding insurance defense issues, handled Bodily Injury (BI) matters, and prepared and organized discovery for Personal Injury Protection (PIP) litigation such as interrogatories, requests to produce, and requests for admission.
22) Although the jury addressed the original ambiguity by changing its answer for the battery claim, it inadvertently created an inconsistency within the special interrogatories by "explicitly finding [the defendant] liable on the Section 1983 claim based upon excessive force and awarding damages accordingly, but finding [the defendant] not liable on a battery claim.
Members of the Health Risk-Based Capital Working Group, part of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), voted Sunday to cut the Pandemic and Biological Risk - Interrogatories page from the Health Risk-Based Capital reporting blank.
The proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure would require a party seeking discovery to establish that the requests are justified by the value and "importance" of the case; and they would limit the number of depositions, interrogatories, and requests for admissions.
13 allows parties to obtain discovery through depositions, interrogatories, production of documents or other evidence for inspection and other purposes; and requests for admission.
these discovery mechanisms (such as either interrogatories or
Initial chapters describe the rules of evidence and their application, and the specifics of depositions, interrogatories and judicial notice.
Interrogatories to parties shall be governed generally by Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.
Joseph's motion to dismiss because of the plaintiff's failure to have provided more responsive answers to interrogatories.
My services include: Analysis of disputed facts and financial issues, Providing documentation to support legal arguments, Assistance with deposition interrogatories, Testimony analysis, Evaluation of proposals and potential financial effects.
In light of the IRS' limited ability to take depositions, it has relied upon other discovery methods--requests for production of documents under Rule 72, written interrogatories under Rule 71 and cross-examination at trial--to prove its case.
Standard matrimonial interrogatories and the lawyer's "standard" production request should go out at the first opportunity, which for the plaintiff is as soon as the defendant files an appearance, or 30 days from service of summons.