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8A Am. Jur. Pl. & Pr. Forms Depositions and Discovery § 226
American Jurisprudence
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Pleading and Practice Forms Annotated
Depositions and Discovery
VII. Depositions on Oral Examination
B. Compelling Attendance and Testimony of Witnesses and Parties
§ 226. Petition or application—For order to show cause—Why defendant should not be held in contempt of court and answer stricken—Failure to obey subpoena for deposition
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