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RULE 26


Form Name
26-1 Initial Disclosure.
26-2 Privilege Log.
26-3 Request by Party for Previous Statement.
26-4 Request by Nonparty for Previous Statement.
26-5 Motion by Nonparty for Statement Made by Nonparty.
26-6 Notice and Motion for Protective Order.
26-7 Notice of Motion for Order Prohibiting Taking of Deposition.
26-8 Order to Show Cause Why Notice of Deposition Should Not Be Vacated.
26-9 Motion Requiring Defendants to Bear Cost for Appearance and Deposition of Defense Expert Witnesses.
26-10 Order that Deposition upon Oral Examination Not Be Taken.
26-11 Motion for Discovery Guidance.
26-12 Order to Quash Notice to Take Depositions and Subpoenas.
26-13 Motion to Stay Discovery Proceedings and for Continuance of Action.
26-14 Motion to Stay All Discovery Pending Resolution of Certain Motions Submitted Pursuant to Stipulation.
26-15 Motion to Stay Taking of Deposition.
26-16 Motion to Enlarge (or Shorten) Time of Notice of Taking of Deposition.
26-17 Notice of Motion that Place of Taking Oral Examination Be Changed.
26-18 Order Changing Place of Deposition Upon Oral Examination.
26-19 Motion for Protective Order Limiting Scope of Deposition Upon Oral Examination.
26-20 Order Limiting Scope of Oral Examination.
26-21 Supplementation of Response to Interrogatory.
26-22 Proposed Discovery Plan.

RULE 27

27-1 Petition for Order to Perpetuate Testimony by Deposition Before Action.
27-2 Notice of Petition for Order to Take Deposition Before Action to Perpetuate Testimony.
27-3 Order to Take Depositions to Perpetuate Testimony Before Action.
27-4 Notice to Take Deposition Before Action to Perpetuate Testimony.
27-5 Motion to Perpetuate Testimony Pending Appeal.
27-6 Order Granting Leave to Perpetuate Testimony Pending Appeal.
27-7 Notice of Taking of Deposition to Perpetuate Testimony Pending Appeal.
RULE 28

28-1 Motion to Appoint Person Before Whom Deposition May Be Taken.
28-2 Order Appointing Person Before Whom Deposition May Be Taken.
28-3 Notice of Taking of Foreign Depositions Before Official.
28-4 Notice of Motion and Motion for Issuance of Commission/Letter of Request.
28-5 Order for Issuance of Commission to Take Foreign Deposition.
28-6 Commission to Take Foreign Deposition.
28-7 Notice of Time and Place of Taking of Foreign Deposition Pursuant to Commission.
28-8 Motion for Letter of Request.
28-9 Order Directing Issuance of Letter of Request.
28-10 Letter Rogatory.
28-11 Model for Letter of Request Under the Hague Convention.
28-12 Letter Rogatory Under the Inter-American Convention on Letters Rogatory.
28-13 Letter Rogatory Under the Inter-American Convention on Letters Rogatory--Additional Information.
28-14 Letter Rogatory Under the Inter-American Convention on Letters Rogatory--Certificate of Execution.
RULE 29

29-1 Stipulation Extending Time to Respond to Discovery.
29-2 Stipulation to Take Deposition Upon Oral Examination.
29-3 Stipulation for Taking of Deposition Upon Written Questions.
29-4 Stipulation Staying All Discovery Pending Action on Certain Motions.
29-5 Stipulated Protective Order Regarding Confidentiality.
RULE 30

30-1 Motion for Leave to Take Deposition of Person Confined in Prison.
30-2 Notice of Deposition Upon Oral Examination.
30-3 Notice of Deposition Upon Oral Examination by Other than Stenographic Means.
30-4 Notice of Deposition Upon Oral Examination--Naming and Describing Person Not a Party.
30-5 Notice of Deposition Upon Oral Examination--Request to Produce Documents.
30-6 Notice of Deposition Upon Oral Examination--Corporate Party.
30-7 Stipulation for Taking Oral Deposition by Telephone.
30-8 Notice of Motion to Terminate Examination.
30-9 Order Terminating Examination Because Examination Annoying, Embarrassing, and Oppressive.
30-10 Notice of Filing of Deposition.
30-11 Notice of Motion for Expenses on Failure to Attend Taking of Deposition.
RULE 31


31-1 Motion to Take Deposition of Prisoner by Deposition Upon Written Questions.
31-2 Notice of Deposition Upon Written Questions.
31-3 Questions to Be Attached to Notice for Deposition Upon Written Questions.
31-4 Cross-Questions for Deposition Upon Written Questions.
31-5 Motion to Enlarge Time for Cross-Questions.
31-6 Objections to Proposed Written Questions.
31-7 Notice of Return and Filing of Deposition Upon Written Questions.

RULE 32

32-1 Motion for Use of Deposition from Former Action.
32-2 Order Granting Motion for Use of Deposition Filed in Former Action.
32-3 Objection to Error or Irregularity in the Notice for Taking a Deposition.
32-4 Order Vacating Notice.
32-5 Order Denying Motion to Vacate Notice.
32-6 Objection to Officer Before Whom Deposition Is to Be Taken.
32-7 Motion to Suppress Deposition.
RULE 33

33-1 Interrogatories.
33-2 Interrogatories and Responses to Interrogatories.
33-3 Motion for Extension of Time Within Which to File Objections or To Answer Interrogatories.
33-4 Order Enlarging Time to File Objections and to Answer Interrogatories.
33-5 Motion to Seal Answers to Interrogatories.
33-6 Order Sealing Answers to Interrogatories.
33-7 Order Granting Party Leave to Serve Additional Interrogatories.
RULE 34

34-1 Request for Production of Documents.
34-2 Response to Request for Production of Documents.
34-3 Response to Request for Production--Another Form.
34-4 Order Permitting Entry Upon Property for Inspection.
34-5 Motion to Compel Production, Inspection and Copying of Documents.
34-6 Memorandum in Opposition to Motion to Compel Production of Documents.
34-7 Order to Compel Production of Documents.
RULE 35

35-1 Stipulation for Physical Examination.
35-2 Motion for Physical Examination.
35-3 Order Compelling Party to Submit to Physical Examination.
35-4 Request by Examined Party for Report of Findings.
RULE 36


36-1 Requests for Admission.
36-2 Motion for Extension of Time Within Which to Answer Requests for Admission.
36-3 Order Extending Time Within Which to Answer Requests for Admission.
36-4 Response to Requests for Admission.
36-5 Motion for Order That Matter Is Admitted on Grounds of Insufficiency of Answer or Objection.
36-6 Motion for Leave to Amend or Withdraw Response to Request for Admission.

RULE 37


37-1 Motion to Compel Party to Answer Question at Deposition Upon Oral Examination.
37-2 Certificate of Officer Upon Failure of Deponent to Answer Question at Deposition.
37-3 Order Compelling Party to Answer Deposition Questions.
37-4 Motion to Compel Answers to Interrogatories.
37-5 Order to Compel Answers to Interrogatories.
37-6 Motion for Contempt.
37-7 Motion for Default Judgment Against Defendant for Failure to Comply With Order for Production of Documents.
37-8 Motion for Dismissal of Action for Plaintiff's Failure to Comply With Order for Production of Documents.
37-9 Order for Default Judgment or Dismissal of Action for Failure to Comply with Order for Production of Documents.
37-10 Motion that Facts Be Taken as Established for Failing to Answer Questions at Deposition.
37-11 Motion for Order Refusing to Allow Defendant to Support or Oppose Designated Claims or Defenses.
37-12 Motion for Award of Expenses Incurred to Prove Matter Opponent Failed to Admit Under Rule 36.
37-13 Order on Refusal of Party to Submit to Physical Examination

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