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Unformatted text preview: outcome if Facts & Law can be Proved Motions to Dismiss, to Strike, or to Require a More Definite Statement of the Complaint Answers Complaint one allegation at-a-time Separately Admitting or Denying each Allegation Requests for Admissions, Requests for Production, Interrogatories Depositions, Court Orders (includes subpoenas) Formal Presentation of Facts & Law for Determination of Winner Pursuant to Rules of Evidence T rial...
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2009 for the course LAW 201 taught by Professor Knot during the Spring '07 term at Muhlenberg.

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