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When an attorney refuses to deliver over money or papers to a person from or for whom the attorney has received them in the course of professional employment, whether in a judicial proceeding or not, a court may, by order, require the attorney to do so within a specified time or show cause why punishment for a contempt should not be imposed on the attorney.
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