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Why Answer New Jersey Special Civil Part Interrogatories?

INTRODUCTION
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WHY ANSWER NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART INTERROGATORIES?
This article discusses what happens if you fail to answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories, why you should seriously consider answering New Jersey Special Civil Part Interrogatories and the dangers of not answering New Jersey Special Civil Part Interrogatories. This article also discusses New Jersey Special Civil Part motions for failure to answer interrogatories and for complete answers to interrogatories – such as the following:  New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to dismiss complaint, New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to suppress answer, New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to strike answer and New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to compel more specific answers to interrogatories. This article also discusses some tips to answering New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories the correct way.  


IF YOU FAIL TO ANSWER NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART INTERROGATORIES YOUR CASE COULD END OR COURT ORDERS MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU
Many people ask themselves why answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories?  Do I really have to answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories?   Won’t I be helping the other side by doing so?  Take answering New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories seriously!   It is not uncommon for New Jersey Special Civil Part cases to end temporarily or even forever because you fail to answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories at all or completely.  The following are some types of New Jersey Special Civil Part motions that are filed to punish people who fail to answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories:  New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to dismiss complaint, New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to suppress answer, New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to strike answer and New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to compel more specific answers to interrogatories.


IF I AM A NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART PLAINTIFF, WHY SHOULD I ANSWER NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART INTERROGATORIES?
If you are a New Jersey Special Civil Part plaintiff, why answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories?   Well, if you fail to answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories and you are the New Jersey Special Civil Part plaintiff, then you can face court penalties.  If the New Jersey Special Civil Part defendant requesting answers to the New Jersey Special Part interrogatories in New Jersey Special Civil Part court files the proper papers with the New Jersey Special Civil Part court – a New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to dismiss complaint - your New Jersey Special Civil Part complaint could be dismissed temporarily, suspending your New Jersey Special Civil Part lawsuit and possibly even dismissed forever, leading to the dismissal of your New Jersey Special Civil Part lawsuit and potentially preventing you from pursuing your case or recovering any damages or other relief from the New Jersey Special Civil Part court.   Also, the New Jersey Special Civil Part defendant may ask the New Jersey Special Civil Part court to enter a New Jersey Special Civil Part court order requiring you to pay attorney’s fees and costs to your New Jersey Special Civil Part opponent for your failure to answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories!   


WHAT HAPPENS IF MY NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART COMPLAINT IS DISMISSED TEMPORARILY AND I DECIDE TO ANSWER THE NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART INTERROGATORIES?
If your New Jersey Special Civil Part complaint is temporarily dismissed and you thereafter decide to answer the New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories, you shall have to make a New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to reinstate your New Jersey Special Civil Part complaint and shall have to pay the New Jersey Special Civil Part court a fee to reinstate your New Jersey Special Civil Part complaint.  Otherwise, your New Jersey Special Civil Part complaint may be dismissed for good once the New Jersey Special Civil Part defendant files a New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to dismiss the New Jersey Special Civil Part complaint once and for all – called a with prejudice dismissal.


IF I AM A NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART DEFENDANT, WHY SHOULD I ANSWER NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART INTERROGATORIES?
If you are a New Jersey Special Civil Part defendant, why answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories?  Well, if you fail to answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories and you are the New Jersey Special Civil Part defendant, then you can face court penalties.  If the New Jersey Special Civil Part plaintiff requesting answers to New Jersey Special Part interrogatories in New Jersey Special Civil Part court files the proper papers with the New Jersey Special Civil Part court – a New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to suppress answer or New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to strike answer, your New Jersey Special Civil Part answer could be suppressed or stricken, suspending your defense to the New Jersey Special Civil Part lawsuit and possibly even lead to the requesting party winning their New Jersey Special Civil Part case by getting a New Jersey Special Civil Part judgment in their favor. Also, the New Jersey Special Civil Part plaintiff may ask the New Jersey Special Civil Part court to enter a New Jersey Special Civil Part court order requiring you to pay attorney’s fees and costs to your New Jersey Special Civil Part opponent for your failure to answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories!   


WHAT HAPPENS IF MY NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART ANSWER IS SUPPRESSED OR STRICKEN TEMPORARILY AND I DECIDE TO ANSWER THE NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART INTERROGATORIES?
If your New Jersey Special Civil Part answer is temporarily suppressed or stricken and you thereafter decide to answer the New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories, you shall have to make a New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to reinstate your New Jersey Special Civil Part answer and shall have to pay the New Jersey Special Civil Part court a fee to reinstate your New Jersey Special Civil Part answer.  Otherwise, your New Jersey Special Civil Part answer may be stricken or suppressed for good once the New Jersey Special Civil Part plaintiff files a New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to suppress or strike the New Jersey Special Civil Part answer once and for all – called a with prejudice dismissal – and to enter a New Jersey Special Civil Part judgment in the New Jersey Special Civil Part plaintiff’s favor.


WHAT IF I ANSWER NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART INTERROGATORIES BUT MY OPPONENT CLAIMS THAT THE NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART INTERROGATORY ANSWERS ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGH?
Why answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories fully and completely instead of simply scribbling some information down on paper and sending it to the other side?  Well, answering New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories in the correct way often requires you to spend considerable time preparing complete answers.  If you don’t fully answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories, a New Jersey Special Civil Part plaintiff or New Jersey Special Civil Part defendant can file a New Jersey Special Civil Part motion to compel more specific answers to interrogatories and ask for the New Jersey Special Civil Part court to impose penalties against you for the incomplete answer, including entry of a New Jersey Special Civil Part court order requiring you to pay attorney’s fees and costs to your New Jersey Special Civil Part opponent for your failure to fully answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories!   


WHY SHOULD I ANSWER NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL PART INTERROGATORIES CAREFULLY?
Why answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories carefully?  In New Jersey Special Civil Part, interrogatories are conclusively proven facts that can be used at your New Jersey Special Civil Part trial against the party that provides the answers.   In New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatory answers must be completed very carefully.  Otherwise, the New Jersey Special Civil Part answers could defeat the answering party’s complaint or answer by giving the opposing party the information they need to beat the answering party in court.  Many people fail to take interrogatories seriously and thereby lose their case.   Parties that fail to serve interrogatories in New Jersey Special Civil Part are taking major risks in their New Jersey Special Civil Part case.  Interrogatories allow parties to find out important information about their opponent’s case before a New Jersey Special Civil Part trial. Without the information that parties can get through interrogatories, the parties could be going to a New Jersey Special Civil Part trial without knowing what the other party will say or do at the New Jersey Special Civil Part trial.  Many people lose their New Jersey Special Civil Part trial because they don’t understand what they must do to prove their case.  Many people think they just file a Special Civil Part complaint or Special Civil Part answer and then show up in New Jersey Special Civil Part court with papers and tell their story.  This is not always how New Jersey Special Civil Part trials work!   Never assume you can just show up to court with documents and use them to support the New Jersey Special Civil trial of your case or even refer to them at trial.  While it is true that you must bring all documents, photographs, videos and other items with you to the New Jersey Special Civil trial that are necessary to prove your case (preferably originals), even if you bring such documents and items to court, the New Jersey Special Civil Part may refuse to allow you to use them at your trial.  New Jersey has published cases, laws, regulations, court rules and rules of evidence that are very tricky and that can be used to prevent you from doing much of what you want to do at trial.  Accordingly, before trial, you must consult all of these rules to determine how you intend to get your documents and items into evidence or how to properly use them at trial.  Hearsay rules of evidence are particularly troublesome and you should study them carefully before trial.  For example, it is very common for courts to refuse to allow a party to use or refer to documents or items that the person themselves never prepared.  Often parties stumble into court with a video, photograph, bill or affidavit or other form of written statement, thinking they are going to use it as proof that they lost money or that they are not responsible for someone else’s damages, only to have a judge tell the parties that it is not going to even consider such items or documents.  Without the proper preparation, items and documents may never be considered by the New Jersey Special Civil Part court.  Written requests for information served and answered in advance of a New Jersey Special Civil Part trial are often useful tools to get the information needed before a New Jersey Special Civil Part trial to prove a case or a defense.


WHEN DO I HAVE TO ANSWER NEW JERSEY SPECIAL PART INTERROGATORIES?
New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories are generally due within 30 days after they are served (mailed) upon another party.  Do not confuse the date a party receives the New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories as the same as the date of service!  The date of service is the date of their mailing.  If the New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories are dated, that date may be the date of mailing.  If the New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories are sent with a letter forwarding the New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories, the date of that letter may be the date of service.


IF I ANSWER NEW JERSEY SPECIAL PART INTERROGATORIES, SHOULD I GIVE ORIGINAL RECORDS, PHOTOGRAPHS OR OTHER ITEMS ABOUT MY CASE TO MY OPPONENTS?
Answering New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories the correct way takes a lot of work and usually is more involved that simply typing up or handwriting what comes to mind after you read the New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories.  When you answer New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories, never give any opponent, get rid of or give away any original records about your case or about the facts of your case (such as invoices, bills, receipts, photographs, plans, blueprints, reports that you received from police departments, etc.)  – if you go to trial you shall need these documents and if you submit them to the New Jersey Special Civil Part court before the New Jersey Special Civil trial the New Jersey Special Civil Part court may not give them back to you for use at your New Jersey Special Civil Part trial!!!!   You never give originals to anyone before trial and you need to use originals at your New Jersey Special Civil Part trial!!!  Keep originals for your records and to bring these items to any New Jersey Special Civil Part court hearings.


NEED HELP PREPARING NEW JERSEY SPECIAL CIVIL INTERROGATORY ANSWERS?
If you were served with New Jersey Special Civil Part interrogatories, the Law Office of Paul DePetris will prepare your New Jersey Special Civil Part paperwork for you for a one time flat fee.   After you pay the fee and submit the necessary information to the firm, the New Jersey Special Civil Part paperwork shall be typed up and sent to you for you to send to your opponents.  Don’t take a chance getting your New Jersey Special Civil Part complaint or counterclaim dismissed or your New Jersey Special Civil Part answer suppressed and don’t rely upon legal advice from anyone other than an attorney licensed to practice law in New Jersey!   To get a quote to prepare your New Jersey Special Civil Part paperwork, call Paul DePetris at 609-714-2020 or email him.  
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