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(Name, Address Of Party or attorney)
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State Bar No: ______
(____) _____ - ________
Attorney for _______ (Or "In Pro Per")

 

SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

COUNTY OF ________

 

 

[PLAINTIFF(S) NAMES]
Plaintiffs,

 

v.
 
[DEFENDANT(S) NAMES]
Defendants
 
 
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CASE NO: _______
 
RESPONSE TO PLAINTIFF'S FIRST SET OF REQUESTS FOR ADMISSIONS

Responding Party: __________ [Plaintiff or Defendant] __________
[name]

Requests for Admission Set _____ [number of set]

Requesting party: __________ [Plaintiff or Defendant]
__________ [name]

__________ [Name of responding party], the __________
[plaintiff or defendant] in the above cause, responds as follows
to the __________ [First or as the case may be] set of Requests
for Admission of __________ [plaintiff or defendant], __________
[name of requesting party]:

__________ [Set forth written response using the same
identifying number or letter used by requesting party, for
example:

1. Admitted.

2. Denied.

3. Defendant admits that plaintiff Johnson was considered
for tenure in 1989, but denies that plaintiff Johnson was
improperly denied tenure.

4. Objection. This request calls for disclosure of
information that would violate defendant's attorney-client
privilege, in that __________ (state facts supporting claim of
privilege).

5. Defendant lacks sufficient knowledge or information to
admit or deny that at the time of her dismissal, plaintiff
Johnson had obtained a contract with the Howeth University Press
for publication of a history of midwifery in America.

6-10. Objection. These requests exceed the limit imposed
by section 2033(f)(1) of the Code of Civil Procedure on the
number of requests plaintiff may propound dealing with issues
other than the genuineness of documents.]

 

Verification

[Choose one of the following as appropriate:]

I, __________ [name], am __________ [plaintiff or
defendant] in the above cause of action. I have read the
__________ [number] Set of Requests for Admission propounded to
me by __________ [plaintiff or defendant], __________ [name],
and my Response to the request. I am familiar with the contents
of both. Based on my knowledge, the responses to __________
[plaintiff's or defendant's] requests are true.

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the
State of California that the foregoing is true and correct.

Dated __________.

____________________
[Signature]
Responding Party

[OR, if responding party lacks personal
knowledge of any matter in response]

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the
State of California that the foregoing is true and correct.

Dated __________.

____________________
[Signature]
__________ [Capacity of signer]

 

[OR]

I, __________ [name], am authorized to verify this response
on behalf of __________ [organizational party], the __________
[plaintiff or defendant] in the above cause of action. I am
__________ [describe capacity of person verifying response, for
instance: First Vice President] of __________ [organizational
party]. I have read the _____ [number] Set of Requests for
Admission directed to __________ [organizational party] and the
Response. I am familiar with the contents of both. I declare
under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of
California that the foregoing is true and correct.

Dated __________.

____________________
[Signature]
Responding Party
__________ [If response contains objections,
add the following:

Dated __________.

____________________
(Signature)
Attorney for __________ (responding party)]

 
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