Basically, they're questions. Leave it to lawyers to have a six syllable word titled "interrogatories" instead of just calling them "questions." We could save four syllables and drop the arcane legal phrase "interrogatories" entirely.
In any case, a set of interrogatories includes a series of questions where one party in a civil lawsuit can require that another party answer the questions under oath.
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