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The court may, on motion of either party, and on showing reasonable grounds therefor, require the attorney for an adverse party to produce or prove the authority under which the attorney appears, and until the attorney does so may stay all proceedings by the attorney on behalf of the party for whom the attorney assumes to appear.
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