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section 83.28(5)
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83.28(5) An order made under subsection (4) shall order the examination, on oath or not, of the person named in the order and require the person to attend at the place fixed by the judge, or by the judge designated under paragraph (b), as the case may be, for the examination and to remain in attendance until excused by the presiding judge, and may (a) order the person to bring to the examination any thing in their possession or control, and produce it to the presiding judge;(b) designate another judge as the judge before whom the examination is to take place; and (c) include any other terms or conditions that the judge considers desirable, including terms or conditions for the protection of the interests of the person named in the order and of third parties or for the protection of any ongoing investigation.

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