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December 28, 2006

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How is Illinois at allowing Requests that have not been answered to be deemed admitted? I have that case in front of me right now and the case law here (Louisiana) looks mixed. Most courts seem to allow the non-answering party to merely submit answers long after they are overdue without any sanction. The Code requires the non-answering party to move to have the deemed admissions withdrawn. That does not seem to be the practise.

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