Minnesota Contract Dispute: Answer to Interrogatories

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Below is an example of a defendant's Answer to Interrogatories, which defendant must respond to during the discovery phase of a contract lawsuit filed in Hennepin County, in the state of Minnesota. This answer is made pursuant to Rule 33 of the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure. Interrogatories must be answered under oath, and the answering party has a duty to obtain information. However, objections can be made, and the answering party should put them on the record wherever and whenever they are available. You can view a list and explanations of some possible objections to interrogatories here.

To see the relevant hypothetical facts on which this example Answer to Interrogatories is based, look at the Complaint.

Sample Answers for Contract Dispute in Minnesota

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