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Hello. I filed my answered on 8/17. Now I am planning on mailing my response to the "request for admissions" today on 9/17. However, I just want to confirm you response above.
You stated that "in regards XXXXX XXXXX response for request for admissions, you have 30 days from the date your answer is due." Based on that response I am able to mail my response on 9/17 because that is 30 days from the date i filed my answered and served to attorney.
However, just below you statement, you also say, "When your opponent serves you with discovery requests before you have had a chance to answer the lawsuit, then you get an extra 20 days under the Rules." So does that I can mail the response to the request for admissions 50 days from the date I served my answer? Please advise.
Additionally, this request for response comes in two parts.
The first part is titled "Facts to be Admitted or Denied." You response above states that I should Deny all, which I agree.
The second part is titled, "Interrogatories." For each question asked in part 1, part 2 ask, "If admission 1 is denied, state and explain every reason or basis for that denial." Is there a general denial sentence I can use for each of these questions without perjury myself on the documents? There are a total of 16 questions in part 1 and part 2 just repeats ... "If admissions ... is denied, state and explain every reason or basis for that denial.
Thanks for your assistance again.
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