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Request for Admissions
(Discovery & Disclosure)

Very simple direct statements that you make in writing on paper to your opponent. You give your opponent two choices, either admit or deny. Federal Rule 36 states that if in fact your opponent admits to your position then the case is over because there is no controversy. If your opponent denies your position then your opponent MUST deny based upon fact, law, and evidence or it is not valid. If the opponent fails to rebut at all within a specified time which is 30 days then the admissions are deemed admitted and you win your case.

Stay away from Interrogatories and Depositions because they cost a lot of money. Opposing Attorneys do not tend to use Requests for Admissions because they don't make any money, it's all about money for the most part for Attorneys.