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Do interrogatories have to be notarized?

I have a question about a court document called an "interrogatory." Must interrogatories in Illinois be notarized?F.L., Illinois

Under Supreme Court Rule 213(j), the Supreme Court may approve standard forms for interrogatories. This document appearing on the official website for Illinois courts shows examples of several standard interrogatory forms. You will notice that at the end of each there is an attestation that must be subscribed and sworn to before a Notary.

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