§57-5-4. Production of writings -- By person other than party.
When it appears by affidavit or otherwise that a writing or
document in the possession of any person not a party to the matter
in controversy is material and proper to be produced before the
court, or any person appointed by it or acting under its process or
authority, or any such person as is named in section one of this
article, such court, family law master, judge or president thereof
may order the clerk of the said court to issue a subpoena duces
tecum to compel such production at a time and place to be specified
in the order.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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