California interrogatories and requests for admission must be served on all appeared (and still undismissed) parties, but CCP seems silent on that aspect of requests for production.
I don't understand your comment that CCP seems silent on service of the requests for production.
CCP 2031.040: "The party making a demand for inspection, copying, testing, or sampling shall serve a copy of the demand on the party to whom it is directed and on all other parties who have appeared in the action."
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You should serve the requests for production of documents, responses thereto and the documents themselves on all parties that have appeared via mail service.
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