LBR 7026-3. INTERROGATORIES AND REQUESTS FOR ADMISSION

LBR 7026-3. INTERROGATORIES AND REQUESTS FOR ADMISSION

(a) Form.
(1) Interrogatories and requests for admission must comply with the form requirements of LBR 9004-1.
(2) Interrogatories and requests for admissions must be numbered sequentially without
repeating the numbers used on any prior set of interrogatories or requests for admission propounded by that party.
(b) Number of Interrogatories Permitted. A party must not, without leave of the court and for good cause shown, serve more than 25 interrogatories on any other party. Each subdivision of an interrogatory is considered a separate interrogatory. A motion for leave to serve additional interrogatories may be made pursuant to LBR 9013-1.
(c) Answers and Objections. The party answering or objecting to interrogatories or requests for admission must quote each interrogatory or request in full immediately preceding the statement of any answer or objection thereto.
(d) Retention By Propounding Party. The original of the interrogatories or requests for
admission must be held by the attorney propounding the interrogatories or requests
pursuant to LBR 7026-2 pending use or further order of the court.
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