Request for Deposition to Customer

Request for Deposition to Lawyer or Attorney

[Below briefly focus on sample Request for Deposition to Customer. A deposition is a process where the litigant’s lawyer or attorney obtains an attestation of truth in legal matters. A deposition is similar to any formal the form of a question and answers series. You need to modify this sample according to your needs.]

From,

Your name…

Office Address…

Date – DD/MM/YYYY

To,

Customer name…

Office Address…

Subject – Request for Deposition.

Dear (Name),

Dear Customer,

Your deposition has been scheduled to take place shortly. A deposition needs a lot of intense attention and can be very tiring for witnesses. One should avoid the use of alcohol and drugs and make sure that you get a good night’s sleep before your deposition. (Describe in your words). Alternatively, you should draw up anything for your deposition process except that your attorney asks you to do so. Appropriately, first, consult your attorney then let them clarify you with the necessary research or review testaments in preparation for your deposition. (Explain all about the situation).

The court correspondent is recording your examination. The questions asked and your answers are recorded word for word. (Describe the actual problem and situation). Thus, it is essential for the court reporter to hear all of your words. You must speak clearly and loudly at all times during the deposition. You may not answer with a shake of the head or a nod to indicate disagreement or assent. (Describe your requirements).

Your lawyer will have a pre-deposition meeting with you. At that time, she will discuss the facts and important issues in the case.

Yours Sincerely,

Name and Signature…

 

Another format, (Email format)

To: Receiver mail address – name@email.com

From: Sender mail address – name@email.com

SUB: Request for Deposition.

Dear (Name),

Your discovery deposition has been scheduled for DD/MM/YYYY, at (Time) in our area of the workplace. (Describe in your words). I will meet you in our office at (Time), one hour before the deposition, to answer any questions you might have concerning this matter. (Describe the actual problem and situation). Please review the enclosed document of Deposition Instructions before our meeting. (Explain all about the situation).

I look forward to seeing you on DD/MM/YYYY. (Describe your requirements). Until then, if you have any questions, please feel free to call.

Yours Sincerely,

Name and Signature…