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The other question was a subsequent question, but didnt get

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The other question was a subsequent question, but didn't get answered on what does "No objection or assertion of work product privilege permitted under this request?

Your initial answered this question but not the one I just restated above.

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No objection or assertion of work product privilege permitted means that the party who is responding to the request cannot object to any of the requests on the ground of work product privilege. Generally this objection is raised by an attorney who is responding because in order for it to be work product it must have been prepared by the attorney

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