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they're in Texas.. the rep., the file. I wish to followup as possible non-compliance to the subpoena
chevy dealer is independant, but is G.M.cust. service who i complained to/served to G.M.'s legal dept. They are not a defendant
sq. 1, on the idea of getting the rep. to answer a ques. as if in Pa...What difference where she sits her butt. it is the co.'s locale that matters?? No go, to that? Also, G.M. can be forced to comply w/ the co. policy info. in writing, though the legal dept. is out-of-state?
had to leave, but is the issue of where the person works preference,as to the co.she's employed? The info. I need happened w/company behalf,company employee info...I called the co., G.M.cust service, she picked up. They have overseas cust serv. reps. also. She intervened for the co., regarding a business of co. She should've included that info in my file,told me she did..a co. file
since she didnot write the1 answer down,there is no one else to give upp that info. That is why i'd depose her in writing,and serve the co.'s legal dept., preferably. 2ndly if not, her at trial would be good,since she'd be under oath. Ques. if I served her deposition ques.'s your saying she should have to answer by law of Pa., a Pa. subpoena sent to Texas
yet, if she did answer the ques. in writing, i'm good. It's in writing, so why not ask her to, you said i can do that and she should answer that subpoena, by law. You said that?right. tell the G.M. to save the problem if I subpoena her for court
got that of hearsay, i'll research that for sure 1st. otherwise, i'd request her for trial. Also, still i could serve my contempt of court to produce their policy of recorded talk of file same time as deposition to them, to be prepared for court. She could lie or forget by then. Cool, my file extends to this August with no say so of closing the file. Sounds like a lie to me. I misread the file. i believe they closed it 8/7 but my last 2 calls, early Aug. and late July were a request of my file also that i did earlier subpoenaed them for it. this 1st one of 7/8 asked for the tapes also of my file. i did it wrong by not including a Cert. of Compliance w/it. I was told to reissue another 1. I did. But I still called and asked for them to obey it, if they would, and if they even got the document? It is recorded in my file 2x. So they must have deleted the tape recordings after this as my file was ongoing then. So they knew i wanted the tapes I even e-mailed them as to why, that is recorded intact. POINT is can I say this bit of INFO in My contempt of Court for their policy, when they start their 30 days, and that time I had allready subpoenaed that, and e-mailed &called for it.. Who's to say I still would've followed up that 1st one w/ a Contempt of Court, right
hi, may i include that in my contempt,they erased tapes even under subpoena and sought to get them to comply
1 last thing, for the written deposing..you saidi do that by getting a subpoena with that?
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