Notice to Perpetuate Testimony or Preserve Evidence

Notice to Perpetuate Testimony or Preserve Evidence

Service shall be made 20 days prior to the hearing on the Petition for an Order to Conduct Discovery and may be served in the same manner prescribed for the service of a Summons/Complaint. The service fee is determined on the time frame service must be effected. (CCP 2035.010)

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