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Section 10-108.6 - Subpoena duces tecum.

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§ 10-108.6. Subpoena duces tecum.(a)In general.- In order to establish, modify, or enforce a duty of support, the Administration may issue subpoenas to compel the production of documents and other tangible items.(b)Issuance of subpoena.- A subpoena issued under subsection (a) of this section shall:(1) specify the name and address of the person to be subpoenaed;(2) describe the items to be produced with particularity; and(3) include a return date for the subpoena.(c)Service of subpoena.- The Administration may serve a subpoena by:(1) hand delivery; or(2) certified mail.(d)Failure to comply with subpoena.- If a person fails to comply with a subpoena issued by the Administration, the Administration may:(1) reissue the subpoena;(2) exercise the Administration's authority under § 10-119.3 of this subtitle to suspend any license held by the person; or(3) apply, upon affidavit, to any judge of a circuit court for an order requiring the person to obey the subpoena.(e)Failure to obey court order.- If a person knowingly fails or refuses to obey a court order to comply with a subpoena issued under this section, the court may compel compliance with the administrative subpoena in any manner available to the court to enforce its own order or subpoena. [1997, ch. 609, § 1; 2002, ch. 536, § 1.]
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  • § 10-108.6. Subpoena duces tecum.
     

    (a)  In general.- In order to establish, modify, or enforce a duty of support, the Administration may issue subpoenas to compel the production of documents and other tangible items. 

    (b)  Issuance of subpoena.- A subpoena issued under subsection (a) of this section shall: 

    (1) specify the name and address of the person to be subpoenaed; 

    (2) describe the items to be produced with particularity; and 

    (3) include a return date for the subpoena. 

    (c)  Service of subpoena.- The Administration may serve a subpoena by: 

    (1) hand delivery; or 

    (2) certified mail. 

    (d)  Failure to comply with subpoena.- If a person fails to comply with a subpoena issued by the Administration, the Administration may: 

    (1) reissue the subpoena; 

    (2) exercise the Administration's authority under § 10-119.3 of this subtitle to suspend any license held by the person; or 

    (3) apply, upon affidavit, to any judge of a circuit court for an order requiring the person to obey the subpoena. 

    (e)  Failure to obey court order.- If a person knowingly fails or refuses to obey a court order to comply with a subpoena issued under this section, the court may compel compliance with the administrative subpoena in any manner available to the court to enforce its own order or subpoena. 
     

    [1997, ch. 609, § 1; 2002, ch. 536, § 1.] 
     

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