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Subpoena need to be in after the trial date?

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  Quote Master Dong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: Subpoena need to be in after the trial date?
    Posted: 21/February/2019 at 10:30
We have a trial coming up, but the ICL has issued subpoenas to thrid parties so late, they don't need to get the subpoena's into the court until after the trial date.

How can this parenting and financial settlement actually settle on the scheduled trial date if there are outstanding subpoenas?

It seems the matter will be pushed out even further? I am confused.

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  Quote jaazzz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22/February/2019 at 13:46

As they have been issued by the ICL I imagine the court would not be keen to make any final decision until the information relating to them are before it, which indeed may mean a later hearing date

That said, if the ICL has not complied with regulations regarding time frames & the issuing of subpoenas & the other side wants to make something of that, then it may be up to the judge of the day on what direction it goes.

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  Quote Master Dong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18/March/2019 at 07:02
The whole process was delayed until the docs arrived

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