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Request For Admission {DISC-020}

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DISC-020, REQUESTS FOR ADMISSION, this form is used to tell the other side to admit that a list of facts are true or documents are genuine. If admitted, a fact will not need to be proven at trial, or a document will not need to be authenticated. INSTRUCTIONS Requests for admission are written requests by a party to an action requiring that any other party to the action either admit or deny, under oath, the truth of certain facts or the genuineness of certain documents. For information on timing, the number of admissions a party may request from any other party, service of requests and responses, restrictions on the style, format, and scope of requests for admission and responses to requests, and other details, see Code of Civil Procedure sections 94–95, 1013, and 2033.010–2033.420 and the case law relating to those sections. An answering party should consider carefully whether to admit or deny the truth of facts or the genuineness of documents. With limited exceptions, an answering party will not be allowed to change an answer to a request for admission. There may be penalties if an answering party fails to admit the truth of any fact or the genuineness of any document when requested to do so and the requesting party later proves that the fact is true or that the document is genuine. These penalties may include, among other things, payment of the requesting party's attorney's fees incurred in making that proof. Unless there is an agreement or a court order providing otherwise, the answering party must respond in writing to requests for admission within 30 days after they are served, or within 5 days after service in an unlawful detainer action. There may be significant penalties if an answering party fails to provide a timely written response to each request for admission. These penalties may include, among other things, an order that the facts in issue are deemed true or that the documents in issue are deemed genuine for purposes of the case. Form Approved for Optional Use Judicial Council of California, DISC-020 [Rev. January 1, 2008] Code of Civil Procedure, §§94-95, 2033.010-2033.420, 2033.710,

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