The difference between 69 and 369 Interrogatories, and serving someone in court
Posted October 17, 2012 in Law and the Constitution
At the PACES conference I discussed the difference between 69 and 369 Interrogatories. I state there are two differences, the differences are as follows:
· Rule 69 is District Court Interrogatories and must be served personally to the named person.
· Rule 369 is County and Small Claims Court Interrogatories and can be sub-served to any family member over the age of 18 at the usual place of abode or at the workplace.
There was a discussion and I promised to do the research and provide the documentation to clarify my statement. Attached are copies of Rule 69 and 369. I highlight the part stating how the papers need to be served. Rule 69 Interrogatories must be handed to the person named, while Rule 369 Interrogatories can be sub-served
I have also been informed that service at the court house is okay. There is a Rule which permits service to and from court where the people have been subpoenaed to appear.
Steven D. Glenn
Magnum-Diego Priority Services, LLC
President, Process Servers Association of Colorado
Director, National Association of Professional Process Servers