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Process Servers Log Book Outside NYC Not Required

CIVIL PROCEDURE/PROCESS SERVERS GENERAL BUSINESS LAW/STATUTORY INTERPRETATION The Second Department explained that, under the relevant provisions of the General Business Law, process servers outside the City of New York are not required to keep a “log book” for recording service:  General Business Law § 89-u, which applies to process servers outside of the City of […]

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NY State Process Serving Law A633-2013 (Proposed Jan 2013)

Relates to process servers, relating to licensing and penalties. Sponsor: Gibson / Co-sponsor(s): Cook Law Section: General Business Law / Law: Amd S89-t, add S89-w, Gen Bus L; amd R3015, CPLR A633-2013 Actions Jan 9, 2013: referred to economic development A633-2013 Text S T A T E  O F  N E W  Y O R […]

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Alabama Service of Process Rules

ALABAMA RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE AND ALABAMA SERVICE OF PROCESS RULES Rule 4. Process: General and Miscellaneous Provisions (a) Summons or Other Process. (1) Issuance. Upon the filing of the complaint or other document required to be served in the manner of an original complaint the clerk shall forthwith issue the required summons or other […]

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Alaska Service of Process Rules

ALASKA RULES OF COURT Rule 4. Process. (a) Summons – Issuance. Upon the filing of the complaint the clerk shall forthwith issue a summons and deliver it to the plaintiff or the plaintiff’s attorney, who shall cause the summons and a copy of the complaint to be served in accordance with this rule. Upon request […]

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Arizona Service of Process Rules

ARIZONA RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE Rule 4(d). Process; By Whom Served Service of process shall be by a sheriff, a sheriff’s deputy, a private process server registered with the clerk of the court pursuant to subpart (e) of this Rule, or any other person specially appointed by the court, except that a subpoena may be […]

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Arkansas Service of Process Rules

ARKANSAS RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE Rule 4. Summons. (a) Issuance. Upon the filing of the complaint, the clerk shall forthwith issue a summons and cause it to be delivered for service to a sheriff or to a person appointed by the court or authorized by law to serve process. (b) Form. The summons shall be […]

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California Service of Process Rules

CALIFORNIA CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE § 413.10 Except as otherwise provided by statute, a summons shall be served on a person: (a) Within this state, as provided in this chapter. (b) Outside this state but within the United States, as provided in this chapter or as prescribed by the law of the place where the […]

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Colorado Service of Process Rules

COLORADO RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE Rule 4. Process. (a) To What Applicable. This Rule applies to all process except as otherwise provided by these rules. (b) Issuance of Summons by Attorney or Clerk. The summons may be signed and issued by the clerk, under the seal of the court, or it may be signed and […]

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Connecticut Service of Process Rules

CONNECTICUT GENERAL STATUTES Sec. 52-46. Time for service. Civil process, if returnable to the Supreme Court, shall be served at least thirty days, inclusive, before the day of the sitting of the court, and, if returnable to the Superior Court, at least twelve days, inclusive, before such day. Sec. 52-46a. Return of process. Process in […]

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Delaware Service of Process Rules

CIVIL RULES GOVERNING THE DELAWARE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Rule 4. Process. (a) Issuance of writs. Upon the commencement of an action, the Clerk of the Court shall forthwith issue the process specified in the praecipe and shall deliver it for service to the sheriff of the county or counties specified in the praecipe or […]

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