2015 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Chapter 359-C - RIGHT TO PRIVACY
Section 359-C:8 - Administrative Subpoena; Summons.

NH Rev Stat § 359-C:8 (2015) What's This?

    359-C:8 Administrative Subpoena; Summons. –
    I. An officer, employee or agent of a state or local agency or department thereof may obtain financial or credit records under RSA 359-C:4, I(b), pursuant to an administrative subpoena or summons otherwise authorized by law and served upon the financial institution or creditor only if:
       (a) The person issuing such administrative summons or subpoena has served a copy of the subpoena or summons on the customer; and
       (b) The subpoena or summons includes the name of the agency or department on whose name the subpoena or summons is issued and the statutory purpose for which the information is to be obtained; and
       (c) The customer has not moved to quash such subpoena or summons within 10 days of service.
    II. Nothing in this chapter shall preclude a financial institution or creditor from notifying a customer of the receipt of an administrative summons or subpoena.

Source. 1977, 594:1. 1992, 268:7, 8, eff. July 17, 1992.

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