yes if a form also...and to tell the rep. it is legal not to lie and so maybe required to answer.
so I write it up/as a depostion w.ques. but she doesn'thave to answer. If by phone is that done at the court as if under oath and how is that setup? my best way, i guess to comply
the G.M. rep. has a legal dept. i spoke to. can i refer the ques.'s thru them to compel answers in writing. How is it I compel her to answer IF she was in Pa. here? For sworn under oath. why the value to be here and not Texas to make her answer? if i went to Texas she'd have to comply?
i have a court date. The subpoena is for her to answer in writing to a deposition or to appear in a office to do the same? for her i need a Texas subpoena, is the way for her to comply???? A subpoena for a deposition then the person has to respond?
sq. 1.. a depostion needs a subpoena for a person...for writing i attach the form/ques.'s of person? i could do this for out of state rep.,hoping she'd reply to the ques.'s..she might and they are innocent ques.'s of memory she did tell me before said it was in the file but wasn't.. but won't now since i said i had a legal issue
that's the way to serve a deposition, all at 1 time,w/the subpoena, mailed? and hope she'd answer. can't hurt to try. If so, can u tell me how to write it up, a deposition for this? caption, title? then the ques.'s,so on??
okay, what a mess to get a simple answer, i actually recorded her saying the answer. i know i did wrong..i actually asked her if it was in file too,her answer, and she said yes it is. So i subpoenaed the file, she was lazy, to not include it i guess..yet she agreed to it as fact
yes, i'm starting a new ques.
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