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deposition?

Started by thistle, Dec 15, 2006, 06:53:27 AM

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thistle

Opposing party is willing to concede to certain facts so that all evidence does not have be gone though in court.

However I do not trust the opposing party to keep their word and they are willing to sign a statement concede these facts.

Both parties are Pro Se


1.  Is there a certain form I must use for a deposition?

2. Can I just write up a paper with the facts the opposing party is willing to concede to and they can sign and notarize it?

thank- you

socrateaser

>1.  Is there a certain form I must use for a deposition?

Irrelevant.

>2. Can I just write up a paper with the facts the opposing
>party is willing to concede to and they can sign and notarize
>it?

What you are talking about is a motion stipulating admissions. Example:

Petitioner and Respondent hereby appear and jointly move that the court order the following stiplated facts as conclusively proven:

1. On ??/??/????, Respondent drove minor child, CHILDSNAME, to the park.

2. ...

Dated: _____

By: ________
Petitioner, Pro Se

By: ________
Respondent, Pro Se


Then, you offer it to the court at the beginning of the hearing, at which time the judge will likely ask if this is what both parties want, and if both say yes, then the court will conclusively presume the statements as true.

If a party changes his/her mind, then the court may not admit the facts, and you can ask for a continuance to have time to prepare a case to prove the facts that are not admitted.










thistle

Huge help!!!

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!