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    All of

    "In some jurisdictions, it is possible to file an answer that simply denies all of the plaintiff's claims categorically."

    Doesn't "all of" make "categorically" redundant, and vice versa?

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    Re: All of

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    "In some jurisdictions, it is possible to file an answer that simply denies all of the plaintiff's claims categorically."

    Doesn't "all of" make "categorically" redundant, and vice versa?
    No. One could categorically deny some of the claims, while admitting others, I imagine.

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