Civil Procedure I


An interrogatory is a written question that is formally put to the opposing party that must be answered.

Each party gets 25 interrogatories by default.

An interrogatory must be signed by the person with the knowledge, not by the attorney.

A party has 30 days to respond to an interrogatory.

A party has the option to produce "business records" that answer the question instead of answering himself.

Rule 33.