The key to civil litigation is discovery, the process whereby each party demands information from the other and is entitled to a fair response. Black’s Law Dictionary7 defines “discovery” as “compulsory disclosure, at a party’s request, of information that relates to the litigation.” If one party refuses to answer fully the inquiries of the other a court can, and usually will, compel responses.
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