Rule 26(a). Discovery methods Parties may obtain discovery by one or more of the following methods: depositions upon oral examination or written questions; written interrogatories; production of documents or things or permission to enter upon land or other property, for inspection and other purposes; physical and mental examinations; and requests for admission. Rule 26(b). Discovery scope and limits Unless otherwise
(a) Duty to Disclose, Scope. Within the times set forth in subdivision (b), each party shall disclose in writing to every other party: (1) The factual basis of the claim or defense. In the event of multiple claims or defenses, the factual basis for each claim or defense. (2) The legal theory upon which each claim or defense is based
(a) Exchange of Records. (1) Within five days of the date that plaintiff notifies the court pursuant to Rule 16(e) of these Rules that all served defendants have either answered or filed motions, plaintiff shall serve upon defendant copies of all of plaintiff's available medical records relevant to the condition which is the subject matter of the action. (2) Within
Rule 27(a). Before action; petition; notice and service; order and examination; use of deposition 1. A person who desires to perpetuate that person's own testimony or that of another person regarding any matter that may be cognizable in any court may file a verified petition in the superior court in the county of the residence of any expected adverse party.
Rule 28(a). Within the United States; commission or letters rogatory Within the United States or within a territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, depositions shall be taken before an officer authorized to administer oaths by the laws of the United States, the State of Arizona, or of the place where the examination is held,