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  1. Excuse me if this seems too basic, but I'm having trouble understanding when I need an affidavit of service, and how it should be done. I've read everything I can find on this forum, as well as plowing through what I could find in the NY CPLR, and I'm still stumped. Here's what I need to know. When do I need to file an affidavit of service? Does everything I send to the plaintiff require an affidavit of service? Also, from what I understand, even for an affidavit of service by mail, I am not allowed to drop the thing in the mail myself. So essentially, I need to find a notary and bring al
  2. I am sued by Cavalry and have requested admissions. Their response is to admit but claim I have not requested the related document through discovery. Example: My request: Plaintiff has not provided Defendant with a copy of an application for a credit card account... Response: CSPV admits the allegations, defendant has not requested it through discovery. In my request for documents, I have requested "Any credit application, contract, or other agreement..." Do I make a second request for the application and be any more specific? Is this a matter that has to wait until trial? Is it possible t