U.S. Code > Title 2 > Chapter 12 > § 391 - Certification and filing of depositions
Current as of: February 2010
(a) Sealing of papers; deposit with clerk
The officer before whom any deposition is taken shall certify
thereon that the witness was duly sworn by him and that the
deposition is a true record of the testimony given by the witness.
He shall then securely seal the deposition, together with any
papers produced by the witness and the notice of deposition or
stipulation, if the deposition was taken without notice, in an
envelope endorsed with the title of the contested election case and
marked "Deposition of (here insert name of witness)" and shall
within thirty days after completion of the witness' testimony, file
it with the Clerk.
(b) Notification of filing
After filing the deposition, the officer shall promptly notify
the parties of its filing.
(c) Copy of deposition to parties or deponents
Upon payment of reasonable charges therefor, not to exceed the
charges allowed in the district court of the United States for the
district wherein the place of examination is located, the officer
shall furnish a copy of deposition to any party or the deponent.
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