Civil Practice Law & Rules 3131
CPLR 3131: Scope of interrogatories
Scope of interrogatories
Interrogatories may relate to any matters embraced in the disclosure requirement of section 3101 and the answers may be used to the same extent as the depositions of a party. Interrogatories may require copies of such papers, documents or photographs as are relevant to the answers required, unless opportunity for this examination and copying be afforded.
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