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RULES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE -- PROBATE DIVISION 

Rule 36-A. WRITTEN INTERROGATORIES - Objections.


    When objections are made to interrogatories or requests for admissions, before there is any court hearing regarding said objections, counsel for the Parties shall attempt in good faith to settle the objections by agreement. It shall be the responsibility of counsel for the objecting Party to initiate such attempt and to notify the Register if the objections are settled by agreement.

    If, following such conference, counsel are unable to settle objections, counsel for the objecting Party shall notify the Register and request a hearing on such objections as remain unsettled.

    Where an objection to an interrogatory has been withdrawn by agreement of counsel or has been overruled by the Court, the answer to such interrogatory will be served within ten (10) days thereafter.

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