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Bill of Particulars:

In law, a bill of particulars is a detailed, formal, written statement of charges or claims by a plaintiff or the prosecutor given upon the defendant's formal request to the court for more detailed information. A bill of particulars may be used in either criminal defense or in civil litigation.

The defendant requests it to clarify the case, the plaintiff cannot request it.

Here's a good thread:

http://www.creditinfocenter.com/forums/there-lawyer-house/301791-motion-request-bill-particulars-dv-after-being-served.html

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