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Asking a question; of the nature of a question; interrogative.
n. pl. in·ter·rog·a·to·ries Law
A written or oral question that must be answered under oath and is asked by a party in a lawsuit of another party or of a potential witness prior to trial.

in′ter·rog′a·to′ri·ly adv.
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(ˌɪntəˈrɒɡətərɪz; -trɪz)
pl n
(Law) law written questions asked by one party to a suit, to which the other party has to give written answers under oath
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She told ECHO Business: "The response to the launch of next year's programme has been great and we have been inundated with applications and requests for further information, but we'd still like more businesses to get in touch.
Neither Maersk nor Heerema would confirm the value of the work, or specify exactly how much each yard would benefit, but after repeated requests for further information, a Heerema spokesman said: "The percentage of work going to the Netherlands will be higher than the percentage going to Hartlepool but there will be a benefit for the Hartlepool region as well, including the effect thereof on the local economy".
"We have been marketing the site for only a week or so, but we have already had a number of requests for further information and some fairly detailed conversations with some parties and their agents."