26 - Motion for summary judgment d Motion to intervene e...

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65. Someone who is not a party to a lawsuit but has an interest in the outcome and therefore wants to become a party to the suit must: a. await the outcome of this trial and then file a separate action. b. intervene. c. interfere. d. consolidate. e. file a cross-complaint. B [moderate p. 34] 66. Which of the following is not a purpose of discovery? a. To eliminate surprise at trial. b. To save the time of the court. c.To promote the settlement of cases. d. Preserving evidence. e. To avoid the use of the evidence at trial. E [moderate pp. 36- 37] 67. Live testimony taken under oath before the actual trial is a discovery device known as a(n): a. Deposition. b. Interrogatory. c. Arbitration. d. Intervention. e. Production of evidence. A [easy p. 37] 68. A a. Motion for settlement. C [moderate p. 38] motion asserting that there are no factual issues in dispute in a trial is known as a: b. Motion for judgment on the pleadings. c.
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Unformatted text preview: Motion for summary judgment. d. Motion to intervene. e. Motion for determination. 69. Forms of discovery include all but which one of the following? a. b. c. d. e. E 70. A a. Depositions. Interrogatories. Physical examinations. Mental examinations. Voir Dire. party who is making a motion for summary judgment is asserting that: most of the factual evidence is in its favor, so that the judge, rather than a jury, should decide the factual disputes. the factual disputes are relatively simple and straightforward such that a full judgment is not necessary in the case. b. detailed 23 [moderate, pp. 37, 39] c. the d. are in D The Trial the case can be decided solely on the information contained in the complaint and answer. a jury is not needed in deciding the case because there are no relevant facts that dispute. [difficult p. 38]...
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  • Spring '11
  • Steinfield
  • Law, Pleading, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, moderate p., a. Deposition. b. Interrogatory. c. Arbitration. d. Intervention. e, c. interfere. d.

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