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RULES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE -- PROBATE DIVISION 

Rule 41. DEPOSITIONS - Procedure.


    The interrogatories shall be asked by the Pro Se Parties or Attorneys, and the interrogatories and answers shall be taken in shorthand or other form of verbatim reporting approved by the Court and transcribed by a competent stenographer agreed upon by the Pro Se Parties or Attorneys present at the deposition. In the absence of such agreement, the stenographer shall be designated by the Court. Failure to object in writing to a stenographer in advance of the taking of a deposition shall be deemed agreement to the stenographer recording the testimony.

    No deposition, as transcribed, shall be changed or altered, but any alleged errors may be set forth in a separate document attached to the original and copies.

    The magistrate shall cause to be noted any objection to any interrogatory or answer without deciding its competency. If complaint is made of interference with any witness, the magistrate shall cause such complaint to be noted and shall certify the correctness or incorrectness thereof in the caption.

    Upon Motion, the Court may order the filing of depositions, and, upon failure to comply with such order, the Court may take such action as justice may require.

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