Article 1. Propounding Interrogatories - California Code of Civil Procedure Section 2030.070
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2030.070. (a) In addition to the number of interrogatories
permitted by Sections 2030.030 and 2030.040, a party may propound a
supplemental interrogatory to elicit any later acquired information
bearing on all answers previously made by any party in response to
(b) A party may propound a supplemental interrogatory twice before
the initial setting of a trial date, and, subject to the time limits
on discovery proceedings and motions provided in Chapter 8
(commencing with Section 2024.010), once after the initial setting of
a trial date.
(c) Notwithstanding subdivisions (a) and (b), on motion, for good
cause shown, the court may grant leave to a party to propound an
additional number of supplemental interrogatories.
Last modified: February 16, 2015