I received a discovery request that was missing the page with the attorney signature. maybe they have one in their office.
Didn't respond for other reasons also.
Motion to Compel filed by attorney with the court with the same discovery request with the missing signature and date page missing. At least that is what they mailed to me. Maybe the copy they filed with the court has the page. I made a copy of the packet just the way I received it, making sure that the staple was not removed. does this document need to have a signature to be valid when presented to the court as an exhibit?
Trying to read thru legalese as a layman is a chore. Thank goodness for helpful lawyers.
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