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DecisionsLetters rogatory denied, and upheld

June 17, 2020

The appellate division in Azria v Azria ruled that there was no showing that the information sought was crucial to resolving a key issue in the litigation and therefore upheld the trial court’s denial of letters rogatory.

Letters rogatory are a formal request from one jurisdiction’s court to another. In this case the wife sought the letters in order to depose a witness in France. This would be required as France is a sovereign nation and its citizens are not required to obey the mandates of a foreign government (so a judicial so-ordered subpoena from a New York court would not have any “teeth” in France).

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