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Got any more samples ??

This gets more complicated every day. I thought, I send in a complaint & go to court, thats it, its over... Now I know why you have to go to school so long to become a lawyer....

Thanks so much for all of your help..... :)

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Here is what I found from Georgia Code 9-11-33:

The party upon whom the interrogatories have been served shall serve a copy of the answers, and objections if any, within 30 days after the service of the interrogatories, except that a defendant may serve answers or objections within 45 days after service of the summons and complaint upon that defendant.

Here is the entire section:

http://www.legis.state.ga.us/cgi-bin/gl_codes_detail.pl?code=9-11-33

Also, if you google "georgia interrogatories", you may find some samples to use as forms.

Good luck.

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After calling 2 different special civil courts and being transferred 7 times, neither one could tell me anything about the court rules for sending interrogatories & admissions........ :shock::shock:

Any ideas ???

Thanks for all of your help...... :D

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I did a search and found this site:

http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/rules/rules_toc.htm

It looks like you need to scroll down to part VI. In that section goto 6:4 and scroll down to 6:4-3.

Part of it says:

(a) Generally. Except as otherwise provided by R. 6:4-3© interrogatories may be served pursuant to the applicable provisions of R. 4:17

4:17 is located in part IV of:

http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/rules/rules_toc.htm

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It looks like the final answer is:

4:17-2. Time to Serve Interrogatories

Interrogatories may, without leave of court, be served upon the plaintiff or answers demanded pursuant to R. 4:17-1(B) after commencement of the action and served upon or demanded from any other party with or after service of the summons and complaint upon that party. Except as provided in R. 4:17-1(B)(2), initial interrogatories shall be served by plaintiff as to each defendant within 40 days after service of that defendant's answer and each defendant shall serve initial interrogatories within said 40-day period.

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Normally, you don't file your discovery with the court until it's entered into evidence. That's usually later in the game, though.

I think it can be filed if you're perparing a summary judgment motion...you'd better ask one of the resident attys.

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