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What happens if DN doesn't provide the documents? What recourse do you have then?

More court appearance to force him to comply.

It goes without saying that this requires more money.


Have you thought about having your lawyer submit a claim or whatever to DN for your legal fees that are due to his inability to comply with the court's demands? Maybe knowing that DN's lateness is going to cost him $$$ might get his lawyer to nag him into compliance.

(Notice that I'm not being hopeful that DN will be responsible like a grown up should be...)
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