Discovery requests like Requests for Admissions and Interrogatories aren't pleadings - only complaints and answers and demurrers and cross-complaints are pleadings --and are only served on all parties, not filed with the court unless they're exhibits to a motion, such as discovery motion to compel further responses.
Litigation isn't for amateurs, and even non-liitgating lawyers find the plethora of rules and deadlines daunting. I suggest you hire a litigator to help you. Such a lack of basic knowledge doesn't bode well for your handling of your case.
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You have to respond to the interrogatories and the request for admissions within 30 days. If you do not respond, the request for admissions can be deemed admitted if Plaintiff files a motion. This will enable Plaintiff to get judgment against you.
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Discovery requests, such as interrrogatories and document requests, do not get filed with the court unless the propounding party files a motion to compel further responses.
You must respond to this discovery within 30 days.
If you fail to do so, all objections will be waived, and the plaintiff can bring a motion to compel in which you can be ordered to answer, and pay monetary sanctions.
I would strongly urge you to consult immediately with a litigator skilled in this area of the law.
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