Define "Demand for Admission" in the legal sense.
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Asked by: philnj-ga
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02 Nov 2006 13:38 PST
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What is "Demand for Admission" in a legal sense? When I g00gle it, I get pages that talk about the popularity of getting into college. I need to know more about the thing that lawyers serve in a court case. I know all about the famous disclaimers at the bottom of the page.
Re: Define "Demand for Admission" in the legal sense.
Answered By: tutuzdad-ga on 07 Nov 2006 14:46 PST
Dear philnj-ga; Thank you for allowing me to answer your interesting question. In an effort to officially close your question I am merely reposting my comments here [and yes, I agree, the malfunctioning notification feature is indeed a hinderance that we collectively hope is corrected soon. Unfortunately it?s a programming engineer issue and there?s nothing the researchers can do about it.]: In the law enforcement world a "demand for admission" is sometimes the technical term for (serving or executing) a search warrant. In lawyer world, a demand for admission is most commonly referred to as a motion for "discovery". This is when one party to a suit seeks the relevant information or "admissions" from any other party in a suit so that it can be stipulated or "admitted" as a matter of court record. I suspect one of these are the issues you are interested in; most likely the latter. Here is an article that talks about motions for discovery and refers to it by its more informal moniker "demand for admission": "Any party may demand relevant information or admissions from any other party. Such demands must be given in writing by due notice. Objections to such demands may be made by giving due notice. The arbitrator shall rule on such objections in a timely manner. Failure to object to a demand for admission shall not be construed as an admission." http://www.arrl.org/FandES/field/regulations/arbitration.html However, to learn more about this process you will not search for "demand for admission", rather "motion for discovery" (or "motion of disicovery") during which admissions are made known and admitted as evidence in a criminal or civil suit. GOOGLE ://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=%22motion+for+discovery%22 ://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=%22motion+of+discovery%22 discovery: A proceeding whereby one party to an action may learn of facts known by other parties or witnesses. http://court.nol.org/publications/glossary.htm Pretrial discovery: http://www.legalnews.tv/pretrial_investigation.html I hope you find that my answer exceeds your expectations. If you have any questions about my research please post a clarification request prior to rating the answer. Otherwise I welcome your rating and your final comments and I look forward to working with you again in the near future. Thank you for bringing your question to us. Best regards; Tutuzdad-ga ? Google Answers Researcher [INFORMATION SOURCES] Defined above [SEARCH STRATEGY] SEARCH ENGINE(S) USED: Google ://www.google.com [SEARCH TERMS USED] DISCOVERY DEMAND ADMISSION EVIDENCE LEGAL PROCEDURE
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