Iam aware I will need to have a proof of service when mailing the response to the request of Admissions from the plaintiff . But whats the response format. Do I just type it up or have to have it stamped by the court ?
Search the internet for some sample formats or go to the law library and look up Rutter Civ Pro Before Trial. The court does not get involved with discovery unless there is a motion.
The requirements for the format of legal documents are mainly found in the California Rules of Court, in the sections starting with "3.xx." The requirements regarding the content of responses to discovery are found in the Discovery Act, located in the Code of Civil Procedure.
I strongly recommend that you immediately speak with and experienced attorney regarding this litigation. Unless one is an experienced litigation attorney, he or she is not capable of effectively conducting litigation. By attempting to represent yourself in this matter, you may be exposing yourself to having a judgment entered against you for tens of thousands of dollars or more.
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