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Old 12-05-2008, 11:23 AM
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Do responses to legal interrogatories have to be filed with the courthouse?

I'm trying to home brew a defense to a lawsuit. I'm writing up the response to admissions/interrogatories. My question is - do I simply send the response back to the plaintiff's attornies, or do I have to file them with the court too? I'm having trouble finding information about that.

Second question - legal sites make mention of a verification that has to go with the response to interrogatories. Do I need an official form, or a court issued affadavit, or can I simply attach something like "I, ____, hereby claim under threat of perjury that the answers contained herein are true to the best of my knowledge" or somesuch?