I subpoenaed my child's medical records. I provided enough time and the subpoena was issued by the circuit clerk. Clinic manager provided records and signed the certification but is refusing to have the certification notarized and refused to appear at the time requested before the notary I provided. What can I do?
Real Estate Attorney
Assuming your subpoena was proper, you will need to ask the court to compel the clinic to comply.
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Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Why is a notary so important to you? You have no right to designate a specific notary or time for the notary. If the paperwork is certified, that should take the place of a notary, pursuant to Section 1-109 of the Code of Civil Procedure. You got the information you asked for.