§ 9-11-26 - General provisions governing discovery O.C.G.A. 9-11-26 (2010) 9-11-26. General provisions governing discovery (a) Discovery methods. Parties may obtain discovery by one or more of the following methods:depositions upon oral examination or written questions; written interrogatories; production of documents or things or permission Chapter 2. Civil Procedure - michigancourtrulesRule 2.227 Transfer of Actions on Finding of Lack of Jurisdiction; Subchapter 2.300 Discovery. Rule 2.301 Completion of Discovery; Rule 2.302 General Rules Governing Discovery; Rule 2.303 Depositions Before Action or Pending Appeal; Rule 2.304 Persons Before Whom Depositions May Be Taken; Rule 2.305 Subpoena for Taking Deposition
Rule 26. General Provisions Governing Discovery Rule 34. Producing Documents, Electronically Stored Information, and Tangible Things, or Entering Onto Land, for Inspection and Other Purposes Rule 37. Failure to Make Discovery:Sanctions Rule 45. Subpoena. Michigan Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 2.302 General Rules Governing Discovery Discovery in Probate Court Litigation - michbarDiscovery in probate litigation is governed by the same court rules that apply to general civil litigation unless there is a specific probate court rule that differs.1 Document production requests to parties and subpoenas to nonparties, depositions of parties and witnesses, and interrogatories are all commonplace in con-tested probate court General Rules of Practice for the Superior and District Translate this pageMay 14, 2020 · Order Amending Rule 5 of the General Rules of Practice. Adopted 23 September 2020 and effective 1 October 2020. Order in Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak:Temporary Modification to Rules 2 and 26 of the General Rules of Practice and Rule 2 of the Rules of Continuing Judicial Education. Ordered 14 May 2020.
Oct 28, 2020 · rule unless ordered otherwise by the receiving court under subrule (J). If an interlocutory appeal is filed in another court, the waiver continues in the appellate court. (5) [Unchanged.] (B)-(K) [Unchanged.] Rule 2.302 Duty to Disclose; General Rules Governing Discovery (A)-(G) [Unchanged.] Rule 2.301 - Availability and Timing Discovery, Mich. R May 05, 2021 · (A) Availability of Discovery. (1) In a case where initial disclosures are required, a party may seek discovery only after the party serves its initial disclosures under MCR 2.302 (A). Otherwise, a party may seek discovery after commencement of the action when authorized by these rules, by stipulation, or by court order. Rule 26. Duty to Disclose; General Provisions Governing Existing Rules 26(d), (e), and (f) are transferred to Rule 32. Revisions of the transferred provisions, if any, are discussed in the notes appended to Rules 30, 31, and 32. In addition, Rule 30(b) is transferred to Rule 26(c). The purpose of this rearrangement is to establish Rule 26 as a rule governing discovery in general.
Rule 26.02:Discovery Scope and Limits. Unless otherwise limited by order of the court in accordance with these rules, the scope of discovery is as follows:(1) IN GENERAL. Parties may obtain discovery regarding any matter, not privileged, which is relevant to the subject matter involved in the pending action, whether it relates to the claim or Rules of Practice for the Eighth Judicial District CourtRule 2.01. Scope of rules. The rules in Part II govern the practice and procedure of all civil actions, all contested proceedings under Titles 12 and 13 of NRS. Rules governing the practice and procedures in all family division actions are found in Part V. Rule 2.02. Use of the E-Filing System. View Document - Arizona Court RulesRule 51. General Provisions Governing Discovery. Currentness. (a) Discovery Methods. A party may obtain discovery by any of the following methods:(1) depositions under Rule 57; (2) written interrogatories under Rule 61; (3) requests for production of documents or things or permission to enter onto land or other property for inspection and
discovery, consistent with these rules. Rule 2.302 Duty to Disclose; General Rules Governing Discovery (A) Availability of Discovery. (1) After commencement of an action, parties may obtain discovery by any means provided in subchapter 2.300 of these rules. (2) In actions in the district court, no discovery is permitted before entry of