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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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