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  1. I read this post on the forum about a state that has a rule that says they have to provide the document. DEFENDANT’S DEMAND FOR THE PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS PURSUANT TO R. 4:18-2 Pursuant to Rule 4:18-2, Defendant hereby demands that Plaintiff serve copies of the following documents cited in the complaint within 5 days after service of this request as prescribed by the Rules of Court. 1. “an agreement” in Plaintiff’s Complaint statement #2 Does anyone know if there is such a rule/law in Oregon? I did a search and read UTCR Chapter 2 and don't see anything. I had previously requested these documents and many more that they evaded and finally produced the 1 page Bill of Sale which doesn't prove anything when they had to provide their Pre-Hearing Statement of Proof. Any advice would be much appreciated! Thanks!
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