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  1. OH rules state that if an objection is made, the reason for the objection should be made in lieu of an answer. Should I give the cutoff dates and the date discovery was served by Plaintiff and received by Defendant? I put the objection after each request and each interrogatory....is that correct? EX: Request for Admission number1: Admit that your current balance owed is $1236.52/ Objection: Plaintiff's First Discovery (inclusive of all requests for admissions, all interrogatories and all requests for productions) is untimely; therefore an answer is unnecessarily. OR (give more detail) EX: Objection: Objection on the grounds that Plaintiff’s First Discovery (inclusive of all Requests for Admissions, all Interrogatories and all Requests for Production of Documents) is untimely: Plaintiff’s First Discovery was submitted to Defendant after the Court’s Scheduling Order cut-off date; therefore, an answer is unnecessary. Per the Court’s Scheduling Order, all discovery was to be submitted to opposing party or counsel by February 5, 2016 and answered by March 6, 2016: Per the Certificate of Service included with Plaintiff’s First Discovery, the aforementioned discovery was served to Defendant on March4, 2016: Defendant received Plaintiff’s First Discovery on March, 9, 2016. OR Objection: Defendant, generally objects to Plaintiff's First Discovery as untimely. All suggestions are appreciated. Thank you.
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