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New York Consolidated Laws, Civil Practice Law and Rules - CVP  Rule 3108. Written questions;  when permitted

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A deposition may be taken on written questions when the examining party and the deponent so stipulate or when the testimony is to be taken without the state. ?A commission or letters rogatory may be issued where necessary or convenient for the taking of a deposition outside of the state.

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