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Discovery: What is a Request for Admission?

A Request for Admission asks a party to either admit or deny certain facts in order to identify undisputed facts and narrow the proof required at trial.  If the party fails to respond to the Request for Admission within the … Continue reading

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Discovery: What is a Request for Disclosure?

A Request for Disclosure is a discovery tool which permits a party to obtain certain pre-approved information from another party without having to argue over whether the information is discoverable or must be produced.  Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 194.2 provides … Continue reading

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What is Discovery?

Discovery is a process that occurs after a civil lawsuit has been filed but before trial occurs in the case.[1]  During this “pretrial” period, the parties in the lawsuit may obtain information from each other and witnesses who have knowledge … Continue reading

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