CALIFORNIA CIVIL LITIGATION OBTAINING AND USING TANGIBLE EVIDENCE. REQUESTS FOR INSPECTION. Written request for inspection of documents or things By parties to parties Written response under oath, and production by respondent. REQUESTS FOR INSPECTION. DOCUMENT REQUESTS
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REQUESTS FOR PRODUCTION
Alma Howardson, Esq. SBN 95309
1234 Main St.
Vista View, CA 99999
Attorney for Plaintiff Smith
SUPERIOR COURT OF MOUNTAIN COUNTY
James Smith, plaintiff, ) Case No. 12345-6
Robert Jones, and Does ) REQUEST FOR PRODUCTION OF )
1-5, defendants. ) DOCUMENTS AND THINGS
_____________________ ) Propounded by: Plaintiff
Propounded to: Defendant
Set No. One
Pursuant to the Code of Civil Procedure §2031, plaintiff James Smith, requests that defendant, Robert Jones, produce the documents and things described in exhibit A attached hereto, at 10:30a.m. on June 28, 2004 to plaintiff's counsel. Alma Howardson, Esq. , 1234 Main St., Vista View, CA 99999 (555-555-5555). The documents will be photocopied, and non-destructive testing, including the removal of paint samples, will be performed by plaintiff’s agent.
May 28, 2004 _________________
Alma Howardson, Esq.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Smith v. Jones
Plaintiff’s Interrogatories, Set Two page 1
Same as state court except:
Same as state court except response not verified.
Responding party produces:
EVERY DOCUMENT MUST HAVE A UNIQUE NAME!
SUMMARYRequests/Subpoenas, Unique Names
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