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Re: I have done oath administrations (swearing in) for video or
Posted by  VT_Syrup of VT on 3/13/19 8:19pm Msg #604319
In VT the officers before whom a deposition can be held are a notary, a justice of the peace, or a person appointed by the court. The parties can also stipulate to alter the procedures for taking the deposition. So in the absence of a stipulation of the parties, or a person being appointed by the court, the deposition is being held before the notary.

But I don't know what the practical situation is; whether 99.99% of the time there is a stipulation or person appointed, or if holding the deposition before the notary is not too unusual.
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 In-person deposition guide -  VT_Syrup on 3/13/19 8:34am
 Re: In-person deposition guide -  ikando on 3/13/19 12:32pm
 Re: In-person deposition guide -  VT_Syrup on 3/13/19 12:55pm
 In-person deposition guide - NewPhoenix on 3/13/19 1:06pm
 From replies, I'd say this is a 'state-specific' thing. - Lee/AR on 3/13/19 3:08pm
 Re: From replies, I -  JanetK_CA on 3/13/19 3:29pm
 I have done oath administrations (swearing in) for video or -  MW/VA on 3/13/19 7:34pm
 Re: I have done oath administrations (swearing in) for video or -  VT_Syrup on 3/13/19 8:19pm
 Re: Telephonic court appearances - FlaNotary2 on 3/14/19 4:56am
 I've done many of those for telephone conferences for FL. -  MW/VA on 3/14/19 5:44pm



 
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