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How Is The Deposition Scheduled?

Real Estate Law Litigation by Peter N. Brewer, Esq.

A party to a lawsuit will request that the deposition occur.  The request for the witness to appear is known as a Notice of Deposition.  The Notice of Deposition will state the date, time, and location of the deposition.  It will also indicate whether the witness needs to bring documents to the deposition.

If the witness is not a party to the lawsuit, then a Subpoena will be required in addition to the Notice of Deposition.

If you have been subpoenaed for a deposition, or if you need legal services, please contact our office for an appointment – (650) 327-2900 x 10 to speak with Jessica.

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