The named person (in a Subpoena) may object to producing the documents and an interested person - a person who has a sufficient interest in the Subpoena - may object to the inspection or copying of the documents.
To do so, an application to the court asking for the Subpoena to be set aside must be made.
There are many reasons for Objection a Subpoena, including if:
This document guides you down the right path in preparing a customised Notice of Objection to the production or inspection and copying of documents.
The embedded lawyer-logic adapts to your answers to provide valuable guidance and help you avoid errors.
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