1. At any hearing provided for in section 361.094, the state banking and savings and loan board, or any member thereof, shall have
power to administer oaths.
2. In connection with any such hearing, the board, or any member thereof, shall issue
subpoenas and subpoenas duces tecum on the board's own motion or at the request of
any intervenor or other party, which subpoenas or subpoenas duces tecum shall extend
to all parts of the state and shall be signed by the secretary of the board or by
any other member thereof. The board shall have power, on motion after due notice, for good cause to quash
or modify any subpoena or subpoena duces tecum on the grounds that the same is unduly
burdensome, unreasonable or oppressive. Subpoenas and subpoenas duces tecum may be served as in the case of subpoenas in
civil actions in the circuit court and each witness who shall appear before the board
in obedience to a subpoena or subpoena duces tecum shall receive for his attendance
the fees and mileage provided for witnesses in civil actions in the circuit court,
which shall be paid by the party at whose instance such subpoena or subpoena duces
tecum was issued. In case of refusal of a witness to obey any such subpoena or subpoena duces tecum,
or to testify when lawfully required to do so, the board may apply to a judge of the
circuit court of the county of the hearing or of any county where the witness resides
or may be found, for an order upon such witness to show cause why such subpoena or
subpoena duces tecum should not be enforced, or the witness required to give such
testimony, which said order and a copy of the application therefor shall be served
upon the witness in the same manner as a summons in a civil action, and if said circuit
court shall, after a hearing, determine that the subpoena or subpoena duces tecum
should be sustained and enforced, or that the witness should be required to give such
testimony, said court shall make an order to enforce such subpoena or subpoena duces
tecum, or compel such testimony and may enforce such order as in the case of a subpoena
or subpoena duces tecum, or refusal to testify, in a civil action in the circuit court.
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