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Form for
Answers to Requests for Admissions

NOTE
Rule 36 of  your state's Rules of Civil Procedure
describes the procedures regarding Requests for Admissions.

NOTE
The number of requests of admission is not limited,
but common sense and reasonableness are anticipated.

           



























                                                              








NAME OF STATE

COUNTY, SS.                                                                       NAME OF COURT
                                                                                               CIVIL DOCKET NO.
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Name of Plaintiff
                              Plaintiff 
v.                                                        Use the format for captions in your State

Name(s) of Defendant(s)
                         Defendants 
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  PLAINTIFF'S/DEFENDANT'S RESPONSES TO 
FIRST REQUEST FOR ADMISSIONS


  REQUEST 1 Certain documents entitled "XYZ," copies of which are appended hereto and marked Exhibit A. 
Response to Request 1:John Doe can neither answer nor admit Request 1 as worded because . . .


REQUEST 2 Blah blah blah 

Response to Request 2:John Doe can neither answer nor admit Request 2 as worded because . . .


REQUEST 3  Blah blah blah 

Response to Request 3:John Doe admits that the two sheets marked Exhibit C are copies -- albeit almost illegible ones -- of copies of three checks his counsel attached to some pleadings in this case. 
REQUEST 4  Blah blah blah 
Response to Request 4:  John Doe denies that the signature on the three checks making up Exhibit C are his. 


REQUEST 5  Blah blah blah 

Response to Request 5:John Doe has no memory of executing an application for a credit card account from Defendant. John Doe also states that the Request is in bad faith, because . . .


REQUEST 6  Blah blah blah 

Response to Request 6:  John Doe denies Request 6, for many reasons, amongst which it assumes the underlying facts are true, it implies that at any time since the beginning of time, Jason Smith and John Doe entered into an agreement. John Doe also states that the Request is in bad faith, because . . .


REQUEST 7  Blah blah blah 

Response to Request 7:John Doe denies Request 7, for many reasons, several of which are (a) . . . , (b) . . . , (c) he never saw them, and (d) . . .
 
Signed under the pains and penalties of perjury

   Respectfully submitted,
                       PLAINTIFF/DEFENDANT, pro se

                      __________________________________
                      Your name, address, and phone




CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE




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