Civil Practice Law & Rules 3111
CPLR 3111: Production of things at the examination
Production of things at the examination
Production of things at the examination. The notice or subpoena may require the production of books, papers and other things in the possession, custody or control of the person to be examined to be marked as exhibits, and used on the examination. The reasonable production expenses of a non-party witness shall be defrayed by the party seeking discovery.
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