What is a Response to Interrogatories?

Responses to interrogatories are the responses served by a party that has been served with interrogatories. The responses usually consist of answers, objections and assertions of lack of ability to respond. Responses must be provided to the propounding party within an amount of time usually determined by statute or statewide civil procedure rule. Most jurisdictions require that each interrogatory be separately answered in writing and under oath. Most jurisdictions also required that any objection specifically state the grounds for the objection.

Responses to Interrogatories

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