During a deposition what does the wrod 'Form' mean?
After the Plaintiff's attorney asks the Defendent a question and the Defendent's Attorney says 'Form' what does that mean?
Just a legal objection to the way the question was worded, leaving room for a challenge later if necessary.
You left something out. The attorney would not just say 'form.' Did the attorney object to the form of the question? That is probably what it was in context to.
The attorney that says 'Form' is objecting the question. Even though the defendant must answer the question, the attorney is reserving the right to object to and question that particular testimony later, if it becomes necessary. There are different grounds the attorney can object on and one of them is the form of the question. He is basically saying the P's atty should ask the question in a different way to be admissible at trial.