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Tennessee Code Title 49. Education § 49-50-1504

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The copy of the records shall be separately enclosed in an inner envelope or wrapper, sealed, with the title and number of the action, name of witness and date of subpoena clearly inscribed thereon.  The custodian of the record shall affix to the sealed envelope or wrapper containing student records an affidavit stating that each eligible student or parent of a student whose records are within the sealed envelope or wrapper was notified of the subpoena prior to compliance and the date on which the eligible student or parent was notified, unless the subpoena was issued by a federal grand jury or for a law enforcement purpose and the court or other issuing agency ordered that the existence or the contents of the subpoena or the information furnished in response to the subpoena not be disclosed.  The sealed envelope or wrapper shall then be enclosed in an outer envelope or wrapper, sealed, and directed as follows:

(1) If the subpoena directs attendance in court, to the clerk of the court or to the judge of the court;

(2) If the subpoena directs attendance at a deposition, to the officer before whom the deposition is to be taken, at the place designated in the subpoena for the taking of the deposition, or at the officer's place of business;  and

(3) In other cases, to the officer, body or tribunal conducting the hearing, at a like address.

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