Date: Apr 08, 2002
WHEN DEPOSITIONS MAY BE TAKEN
Prior to filing a complaint, a potential party may petition a federal court for an order to depose a potential adverse party on the ground that there is a need to perpetuate testimony before a complaint can be formulated. Rule 27(a).
TECHNICAL LIMITATIONS ON TAKING
METHODS FOR COMPELLING, TAKING AND RECORDING DEPOSITIONS
NOTICE FOR DEPOSITIONS OF INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS
RECORDING OFFICER'S ACTIONS (Unless the Parties Have Agreed That No Officer Will Be Used or other Actions of the Officer Will Be Taken)
DEPOSITION TAKER'S ACTIONS
DEPONENT'S AND DEFENDER'S ACTIONS
CUSTODY AND FILING OF DEPOSITION RECORDS
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