Definition - What does Form Interrogatories mean?
Form interrogatories are a pre-printed set of questions that are asked through the discovery process by one party to another involved in a lawsuit. These questions cover the most common types of scenarios involved in a particular lawsuit.
Justipedia explains Form Interrogatories
Form interrogatories are commonly used in cases such as contract disputes, personal injury, tenant-landlord, and other types of lawsuits. Form interrogatories also include questions written by lawyers about specific issues involved in a particular case.