Deposition once taken may be read at any time.
Exclusion of portion of deposition..
19 Or. 537.
§ 829. [819.] When a deposition has been once taken, it may be read in the same action, suit, or proceeding, or in any other action, suit, or proceeding between the same parties, or their representatives upon the same subject, and is then to be deemed the evidence of the party reading it.
When any portion of a deposition is excluded from a case, so much of the adverse examination as relates thereto is excluded also.
Laws of 1874, p. 99.
- Deposition in another action between different parties to prove a marriage, held inadmissible: Murray v. Murray, 6 Or. 26.
The codes and general laws of Oregon / compiled and annotated by William Lair Hill., Published: San Francisco : Bancroft-Whitney, 1892., Edition: 2nd ed. , p. 608.
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Strahan, C. J., delivered the opinion of the court.
section 829, Hill's Code.
Reports of cases decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon., Filed Nov. 10 1890., p. 536-537.
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