Deposition Procedure for Obdurate Litigant

Trial courts have discretion in the management of cases before them, and orders allowing interim distributions, and attempting to provide a procedure to deal with objections to deposition questions and to try to discourage an obdurate litigant from attempting to relitigate issues that had already been decided in 30 years of litigation, were not abuses of discretion and were interlocutory orders that are not appealable.  Mumma Estate, 6 Fid.Rep.3d 352 (O.C. Cumberland Co. 6/14/2016), appeal quashed, No. 730 MDA 2016 (Pa. Super. 2/13/2017).

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