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this will be an RTO hearing. I have had many hearings with the RTO because of these landlords. Normally the process is to submit all evidence in writing before the hearing. Any evidence not submitted before the deadline is normally inadmissible. I am unaware of a process that allows me to issue a subpoena for an RTO hearing. Can you explain how this would work? What do I do? Is there any way to get a written testimony from him before the hearing?
Thank you. I phoned the RTO and was told that I can subpoena the witness. I don't often trust their answers because you can ask the same question of 5 different phone jockeys and get a different answer every time. However in this instance she was willing to say when she wasn't sure of procedure.