Either party may obtain discovery by serving on the opposing party a demand therefor and filing a copy of such demand with the court. Such service and filing shall be made no later than the first Monday after the Monday entry day. A discovery demand, in the form provided in this section, shall be served on the opposing party by mailing first-class or by delivering a copy of it to that party or that party's attorney. A discovery demand shall be filed with the court by mailing first-class or by delivering a copy of it to the clerk. Filing or service by mail is complete upon receipt.
Discovery may be demanded in any of the following forms:
(1) written interrogatories;
(2) request(s) for admission;
(3) request(s) for the production of documents.
Neither written interrogatories nor requests for admissions shall exceed 30 in number including any interrogatories or requests subsidiary or incidental to other interrogatories or requests, however grouped or combined.
Requests for discovery or further discovery not made in compliance with the requirements of this rule shall not be allowed unless on motion and for good cause shown. A request for discovery in response to an answer or counterclaim shall be deemed to establish good cause.
All papers relating to discovery which are filed with the clerk shall contain the docket number of the case.