(a) The arbitrators may issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and for the
production of books, records, documents, and other evidence. Subpoenas shall be served and, upon application to the court specified in Code Section 9-9-27 by a party or the arbitrators, enforced in the same manner provided by law for the
service and enforcement of subpoenas in a civil action.
(b) Notices to produce books, writings, and other documents or tangible things, depositions,
and other discovery may be used in the arbitration according to procedures established
by the arbitrators.
(c) A party shall have the opportunity to obtain a list of witnesses and to examine
and copy documents relevant to the arbitration.
(d) Witnesses shall be compensated in the same amount and manner set forth in Title
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