I just got served a subpoena in a bankruptcy proceeding not related to me whats so ever. There is a box checked under Testimony and states "you are commanded to appear at the time, date,and place set forth below to testify at an examination under Rule 2004." Apparently they are examining me because I'm the Registered Agent and officer of a corporation they want to examine which they feel might be related or might have part some how to this person bankruptcy filing.
You have to appear pursuant to the subpoena. If you fail to appear, you may be held in contempt of court.
Yes, assuming it was properly served. You can also file a motion to quash if you believe you have a valid reason why you should not have to appear.
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