No. Assuming your case is in state superior court (and not federal court), if you propounded written discovery and served it via overnight mail, the responding party gets a total of 30 plus two court days to respond. Service via overnight mail entitles the responding party to 2 additional court days (not 5 days). See CA Code of Civil Procedure section 1013, subdivision (c).
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Apparently, the use of an overnight mail gives your opponent additional 2 court days to the default 30 court days to respond to the written discovery. Good luck
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