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CAN I OBJECT TO CONJUNCTIVE IN REQUEST FOR ADMISSIONS IN CALIFORNIA? HELP PLEASE!!


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Hi All,

 

As I'm starting to get familiar with the California CCP and came across this:

 

No request for admission may contain subparts, or a compound, conjunctive or disjunctive question. See
Code of Civil  Procedure
§ 2033.060

 

So I believe this means if I see the words "and", "or", I can object to these grounds correct?

 

Example of one of the Request for Admissions:

 

You applied for and opened a credit card account with BANK OF AMERICA/FIA CARD SERVICES.

 

Is this violating CCP 2030.060?  And how can I word out the objections to this?

 

Hope someone is online to respond please. Looking to send this out tomorrow.

 

@calawyer @Anon Amos @Seadragon @racecar @helpme @Scientific anyone?? Truly appreciate it!!

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"You applied for and opened a credit card account with BANK OF AMERICA/FIA CARD SERVICES."

Defendant objects to the admission request to the extent the request requires answers greater than, beyond the requirements of, or at variance with the California Rules of Civil Procedure. To the extent a response is required, this request is Denied.

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Defendant objects. The request is an improper attempt to broaden the scope and requirements of a response to a request for admissions. To the extent a response is required, this request is Denied.

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