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Normally if a party does not answer or deny a request for admission they are deemed admitted. You can file a nation to deem the requests admitted or in the alternative to compel responses. Usually if the requests are admitted the responding party is bound by the answer and can't dispute the fact. Mass court rule of civil procedure 36 is the applicable rule. On motion the court may deem the request admitted.
You need to wait for the responses to the request for admissions. Then file the motion On the document response, you should follow up with a direct admission request asking them to admit that no assignment document exists.