Received a Request for Admission from the Plaintiff and was looking to object to one of the requested questions that used the phrase "accurately represents". I was going to object to the question on the merit that phrase is vague and ambiguous.
This is a good question to ask your lawyer, but it sounds like you do not have a lawyer. If this case is important to you, you need a lawyer. There is no way to answer your question without knowing something about the case and the full text of the request you want to object to.
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