§16-302-3 Subpoenas; extension of time for compliance.
(a) The director of the office of consumer protection or a duly delegated staff member may issue a subpoena, directing the person named therein to appear before a designated representative at a designated time and place to testify or to produce documentary evidence, or both, relating to any matter under investigation by the office of consumer protection.
(b) The director or a duly delegated staff member for good cause shown, may extend the time prescribed for compliance with subpoenas issued during the investigation of any matter.
(c) In cases of failure to respond to investigative subpoenas, appropriate action for enforcement may be initiated by the director of the office of consumer protection or the attorney general. [Eff 6/19/81] (Auth: HRS §§487-5, 487-9) (Imp: HRS §§487-5, 487-9)