if the bank is subpoened, do they have to provide to the creditor anything more than the fact that i do not have an account with them and when it was closed, such as past statements. also, on the default, i did have legal counsel and was defaulted as a sanction because i did not provide complete, detailed answers to the interogatories. i have a new attorney and he has not mentioned anything about your suggestion to vacate the judgement. how can i know if it is possible to do this.
if the subpoena specifically asks for statements, does the bank have to provide them, and is that bank required to inform me of the subpoena before they provide the creditor with the info./statements
is there anything i can do to stop the subpoena, or at lease, limit or prevent the bank from releasing the statements
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