6 Elements of Written Discovery

6 Elements of Written Discovery

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6 Elements of Written Discovery
Written discovery is a legal practice that takes place during the pre-trial litigation period. Written discovery asks an individual to bring forward certain documents in question. Common written discovery questions pertain to finances, in which case a person will have to display their taxes and bank statements for a specific amount of time. Written discovery can consist of six different elements. These elements include:
1)       A deposition, in which a party will have to answer questions verbally.

2)       An Interrogatory, in which a person will have to respond to written questions.

3)       Requests for Admission, in which a person will have to admit and sign off on the admission of certain facts.

4)       Request for Physical Examination, should a person need to verify they are in a health state sound enough to make a
decision.

5)       Request for Documents, in which a person will have to provide requested documents to the court.

6)       Request for Inspection, in which a person will have to agree for police to inspect tangible items.

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