Civil Practice Law & Rules 3124
CPLR 3124: Failure to disclose; motion to compel
Failure to disclose; motion to compel disclosure
If a person fails to respond to or comply with any request, notice, interrogatory, demand, question or order under this article, except a notice to admit under section 3123, the party seeking disclosure may move to compel compliance or a response.
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