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Supplemental pleadings alert the court to material facts that have occurred subsequent to the filing of the original complaint. Supplemental pleadings are filed at the discretion of the court. The standard for filing is quite liberal. The supplemental pleading does not modify the original pleading; it only adds to the original pleading. Under state practice, a supplemental pleading is not permitted to change the basic nature of the case. Under federal practice, it is allowed to change the nature of the relief sought.

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