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Author: Webmaster / August 12, 2016 / Categories:

In civil actions, an interrogatory is a pre-trial discovery tool in which written questions are propounded by one party and served on the adversary, who must answer by written replies made under oath. In other words, it is a chance for an attorney to either the plaintiff or defendant to ask questions of witnesses or other parties.

“Interrogatories” can only be served on parties to the action, and while not as flexible as depositions, which include opportunity of cross-examination, they are regarded as a good and inexpensive means of establishing important facts held by the adversary. The person giving a written answer must do so truthfully.

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