Idaho Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 31(d). Orders for the Protection of Parties and Deponents.
After the service of written questions and prior to the taking of the testimony of the deponent, the court in which the action is pending, on motion promptly made by a party or a deponent, upon notice and good cause shown, may make any order specified in Rule 30 which is appropriate and just or an order that the deposition shall not be taken before the officer designated in the notice or that it shall not be taken except upon oral examination.
(Amended December 19, 1975, effective January 1, 1976.)
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