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Two options - 1) object in writing to paintiff's counsel as the questions exceeding the limits of the rules of discovery, plaintiff may then if it desires seek to get a court order to force you to answer or 2) File a motion with the court to disallow "quash" the questions beyond the limit.
Correct, you can ask the court to quash or you can just tell plaintiff you object and put the burden on them to seek to get a court order compelling response. I think option 2 is more aggressive because you are actually asking the court to quash the requests.
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