(1) All requestsfor admission mustinclude the following caution language at the top right corner of the firstpage of the document, in bold type: Youmust respond to these requests for admissions within 28 days or the court willconsider you to have admitted the truth of the matter as set forth in theserequests.
(1) The matteris admitted unless, within 28 days after service of the request, the respondingparty serves upon the requesting party a written response.
(2) Theanswering party must restate each request before responding to it. Unless theanswering party objects to a matter, the party must admit or deny the matter orstate in detail the reasons why the party cannot truthfully admit or deny. Aparty may identify the part of a matter which is true and deny the rest. Adenial must fairly meet the substance of the request. Lack of information isnot a reason for failure to admit or deny unless, after reasonable inquiry, theinformation known or reasonably available is insufficient to enable anadmission or denial. A party who considers the subject of a request foradmission to be a genuine issue for trial may not object on that ground alonebut may, subject to Rule
(3) If the partyobjects to a matter, the party must state the reasons for the objection. Anyreason not stated is waived unless excused by the court for good cause. Theparty must admit or deny any part of a matter that is not objectionable. It isnot grounds for objection that the truth of a matter is a genuine issue fortrial.