Civil Procedure: Rule 26 Admission by Adverse Party

Section 1.  Request for admission. – At any time after issues have been joined, a party may file and serve upon any party a written request for the admission by the latter of the genuineness of any material and releant document described in and exhibited with the request or of the truth of any meterial and relevant matter of fact set forth in the request.  Copies of the documents shall be delivered with the request unless copies have already been furnished.

 

Section 2.  Implied admission. – Each of the matters of which an admission is requested shall be deemed admitted unless, within a period designated in the request, which shall not be less than fifteen (15) days after service thereof, or within such further time as the court may allow on motion, the party to whom the request directed files and serves upon the party requesting the admission a sworn statement either denying specifically the matters of which an admission si requested or setting forth in detail the reasons why he cannot truthfully either admit or deny those matters.

Objections to any request for admission shall be submitted to the court by the party requested within the period for and prior to the filinf of his sworn statement as contemplated in the preceding paragraph and his compliance therewith shall be deferred until such obligatins are resolved, which resolution shall be made as early as practicable.

 

Section 3.  Effect of admission – Any admission made by a party pursuant to such request is for the purpose of the pending actin only and shall not consitute an admission by him for any other purpose nor may the same be used against him in any other proceeding.

 

Section 4.  Withdrawal. – The court may allow the party making an admissin under this Rule, whether express or implied, to withdraw or amend it upon such terms as may be just.

 

Section 5.  Effect of failure to file and serve request for admission. – Unless otherwise allowed by the court for good cause shown and to prevent a failure of justice, a party who fails to file and serve aw request for admission on the adverse party of material and relevant facts at issue which, or ought to be within the personal knowledge of the latter, shall not be permitted to present evidence on such facts.

 

Source:  University of the Philippines

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