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  1. I live in California. I have had my Requests for Admission served on the Plaintiff's Counsel in the latter part of May. The service was by first-class mail. Per my calculation (not calculating the day the ROA were sent and the court Holidays, but counting weekeneds), today is day 33, and day 35 is on Tuesday, 6/24 (counting 30 days + 5 for first class mail). But then, if they don't respond by Tuesday, am I too late for the Motion to Admit facts because of 16 court days + 5 court days mailing requirement? I suppose I need to send them a meet and confer first, but probably need to wait until t