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Is this for the debtor or for a someone who is not the debtor?
for the debtor. But does it make a difference?
Yes - if the debtor does not show for the 2004 examination, the debtor can be charged with contempt of court, which can involve a fine or possibly jail, in addition to dismissal of the case.
Okay, that is pretty serious. Thanks for the info
If a non-debtor is subpoenaed and does not show up, the non-debtor can be fined or possibly jailed.
As usual, you are welcome!
so it's really just as bad. The only difference for the non debtor is not having a case dismissed.
That is correct.
Thanks for your help. That answers the question.