We are in a custody dispute. We sent a request for disclosure, production and inspection, and interrogatories. We recieved answers to only 2 questions and nothing else, and not a single answer to any interrogatories from the other counsel. There were no objections with the response we got. We have a hearing next week for a motion to compel. Since they did not respond within the 30 days with objections and we still have not recieved any objections is that right now waived?
Generally, yes, failure to timely respond to discovery waives any objection.
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