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4A West's Tex. Forms, Business Litigation § 21.2.5 (2d ed.)
West's Texas Forms
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May 2023 Update
Business Litigation
Craig B. Glidden, Esq.
Part III. Discovery and Motion Practice
Chapter 21. Depositions
Chapter 21.2. Depositions on Written Questions
§ 21.2.5. Notice of intention to take deposition on written questions to custodian of records for non-party: records not proven up under business records exception to hearsay rule
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