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Massachusetts Superior Court Rule 30A:
Motions for Discovery Orders

[Disclaimer]

All motions arising out of a party's response to an interrogatory or a request for admission or arising out of a party's response to, or asserted failure to comply with, a request for production of documents shall be accompanied by a brief. With respect to each interrogatory or request at issue, the brief shall set forth separately and in the following order (1) the text of the interrogatory or request, (2) the opponent's response and (3) an argument. Alternatively, the text of the interrogatory or request and the opponent's response may be contained in an appendix to the brief.

(Applicable to civil actions)

As added, July 1988, effective October 2, 1989; and amended December 10, 1993, effective January 1, 1994.