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How do I respond to a Petition where it begins with relevant

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How do I respond to a Petition where it begins with relevant factors to be considered under Section 5/602:
a.
then roman numerals 1-10
b.
then roman numerals 1-3
c.
then roman numerals 1-4

I am guessing I can not have a blanket I deny the allegations? I respond 14. a, then i., then ii., meaning to each and every letter and roman numeral I either agree, disagree or in part of both?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  JB Umphrey replied 4 years ago.
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It is necessary to respond, separately, to each item. You have to list each one and then indicate if you admit, deny, etc.

A blanket approach is not possible. You have to respond one-by-one.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
thanks so to make sure I'm clear OC has given 10 relevant factors begininng with the statement (a) and then the relevant factors (1-10)...so I agree or deny on a and then 1-10?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

thanks so to make sure I'm clear OC has given 10 relevant factors begininng with the statement (a) and then the relevant factors (1-10)...so I agree or deny on a and then 1-10?

 

Will it look something like this

 

 

denies the allegations contained in Paragraph Fourteen (14) a. i.of the Petition.

Expert:  JB Umphrey replied 4 years ago.
Yes, that is correct.
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