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If theres a motion of discovery filed with the court. Is

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If there's a motion of discovery filed with the court.

Is is considered wrong to answer it without waiting for the order?
Hello and thank you for your question.

A party is permitted to provide or supplement responses to discovery without waiting for an order from the court, and it is not considered wrong to do so.

If you mean "answer" in a way other than providing the information or documents that the motion seeks, then please clarify.

Please feel free to ask any follow-up questions.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I believe that you understand. I want to respond now and get it over with as I have the request in my hand, but the judge did not order me to respond.


I will stick with answering ONLY the questions on this request.


So it is ok.

Thank you for your response. Sorry, I had to step away from the computer for a bit.


Yes, it's absolutely OK. The other party will be glad to get the answers/responses and it will help the case move along.

Let me know if you need any further information.

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