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Applies to C.C.P. §2020.410 records only deposition
California Shellfish v. United Shellfish(1997), 56 Cal.App.4th 16, 23 [Plaintiff must serve at least one defendant to assure protection of adversarial interests and protect against abuse of the discovery process. Plaintiff argued it needed discovery to determine who to serve but court noted the greater protection provided for motions to perpetuate testimony and noted that this was the "minimum protection" required.]
Court Order "to serve...on an earlier date." C.C.P.§2025.210(b)
Courts have not determined that depositions may procede without any notice, as contasted to shortened notice, or protection to unserved parties or third parties. Protection might be afforded by parties who have a duty or an interest in protecting privacy rights of persons who do not receive notice. The statute expressly authorizes shortening time on a showing of good cause but does not authorize orders dispensing with notice entirel

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