The defendant serves a demand for a bill of particulars and the plaintiff responds. The plaintiff can serve a demand for a bill of particulars as to affirmative defenses on the defense and the defense responds.
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Yes- plaintiff must serve Bill of particulars. Defendants (if they raise affirmative defenses) must also serve the plaintiff with bill of particulars as to affirmative defenses.Ask a similar question
the defendant serves a demand for a bill of particulars and the plaintiff prepares a bill of particulars. A plaintiff can demand a bill of particulars of affirmative defenses and the defendant has to prepare that document and serve it on the plaintiff. The BP as we call it contains a lot of information about the Plaintiff's case and takes a good deal of time to prepare.Ask a similar question
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