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I am in pro per and wanted to double check something. In a response to Request for Admissions, CCP 2030.210. (a) indicates that they must be signed "under oath". But it also appears that they need to be signed under "verification." Is that correct? Does a responding party need to both sign "under oath" and "verify" such that they sign the response twice? Can anyone explain what the difference between "under oath" and a "verification" is? Can you somehow combine the two such that you only have to execute one signature? And does this requirement also extend to responses to Form Interrogatories? Its not fully clear to me.