Filing with the court and Admissions Request for productions
(Los Angeles, CA USA)
Regarding the state of CA (Los Angeles), do I have to file my response to the debt collectors Interrogatories with the court? (I have an active case with a trail date set). I sent it to them return receipt, but haven't filed it with the court.
Also, can I request in my discovery with PCC, both "Admissions" and "Request for Productions" in the same letter to them (in the same pleading)?
Reply from DebtCollectionAnswers.com:
We are not attorneys, but we checked with Robert Brennan, a California consumer law attorney and coauthor of the California edition of our book, Debt Collection Answers. He replied as follows:
1. She does not have to file her interrogs with the court.
2. Our firm’s practice would be to split the Requests for Admissions and Requests for Production into separate documents.
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