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    Default Objection to Discovery as Too Vague

    My question involves small claims court in the state of: IL
    I was granted a motion for discovery and never received the discovery, I've prepared a motion to compel, my question pertains to the plaintiffs response stating "Defendants request is to vague" any thoughts? Should I just be as descriptive as possible?

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    Default Re: Objection to Discovery as Too Vague

    You should describe what you want clearly enough that the other side can figure out what you want.

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