Interrogatories are documents containing a series of written questions that one party delivers to the other.  They can be very useful to obtain uncontentious lists of information.  They are not used in Small Claims court.   They are used in Supreme Court.

Under the current rules, unless the other side agrees to answer questions in an Interrogatory, a person who wants the other side in a lawsuit to answer interrogatories must get permission from the court to do so.

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