(a) Papers Not to Be Filed. The following papers must be served upon other attorneys or unrepresented parties, but not filed with the clerk:
(5) the responses thereto.
(b) Conventionally-Served Verification. As stated in D. Kan. Rule 5.4.2, registration as a Filing User constitutes consent to electronic service of these documents. However, a party’s original signature verifying answers to interrogatories must be served conventionally. The verification may be served as a separate document if it references the interrogatory answers with adequate specificity (e.g., “plaintiff’s answers to defendant’s Interrogatory Nos. 1 through 10, which answers were served by e- mail on March 1, 2003”).
(c) Certificate of Service. A party serving such disclosures and discovery must, at the time of service, file with the clerk a certificate of service stating the type of disclosure or discovery or response served, the date and type of service, and the party served.
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As amended 3/04, 2/16/95.