Request for Admission

Parties are permitted to require the other side to admit certain facts under oath. Requests for admissions are particularly useful to prove obvious facts (admit that it is your signature on the contract, for example) and prove that documents are authentic (admit the attached document is your father's last will and testament, for example). When trial commences, it will not be necessary to introduce evidence concerning the admitted facts, and the attorneys can move on to litigating disputed facts, saving time and legal fees.

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