North Carolina Business Litigation Report

Bueche v. Noel, April 17, 2008 (Diaz)(unpublished)

Pursuant to Rule 30(e) of the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure, a deponent can make substantive changes to her deposition transcript during the thirty day review period, so long as the deponent signs "a statement reciting such changes and the reasons given . . . for making them."  The deponent will, however, be subject to cross-examination on the original answers, which may be used for impeachment or any other relevant purpose. 

If a deponent wants an extension of the thirty day period allowed by Rule 30(e) of the Rules to read and sign a deposition, that extension must come from the Court, not from the court reporter.

Full Opinion

Brief In Support Of Motion To Strike

Brief In Opposition To Motion To Strike

Reply Brief In Support Of Motion To Strike

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