New York Rules of Service of Process

New York State and New York City Laws, Rules and Regulationd of Service of Process

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New York Process Service Rules

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[...]
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 /[...]
New York Domestic Relations Law
Chapter 14 § 232. Notice of nature of matrimonial action; proof of service. a. In an action to annul a[...]
New York Real Property Actions and Proceedings
Sec. 735. MANNER OF SERVICE; FILING; WHEN SERVICE COMPLETE. 1. Service of the notice of petition and petition shall be[...]
NYC Department of Consumer Affairs Rules of Process Service
  Process Server Rules of the City of New York Title 6 Department of Consumer Affairs §2-231 Definitions. For the[...]
NYC Administrative Code
SUBCHAPTER 23 PROCESS SERVERS Print § 20-403 License required. a. Process server license. It shall be unlawful for any person[...]
New York State General Business Article 8-a
GBS - General Business ARTICLE 8-a PROCESS SERVERS AND PROCESS SERVING AGENCIES IN CITIES HAVING A POPULATION OF ONE MILLION[...]
New York State General Business Article 8
GBS - General Business ARTICLE 8 PROCESS SERVERS Print Section 89-t. Definitions. 89-u. Process server records, penalties. 89-v. Enforcement by[...]
New York State General Business Article 2
GBS - General Business ARTICLE 2 SABBATH § 11. Serving civil process on Sunday. All service or execution of legal[...]
New York CPLR
NEW YORK CONSOLIDATED LAWS NEW YORK CIVIL PRACTICE LAWS AND RULES Rule 305. Summons; supplemental summons, amendment. (a) Summons; supplemental[...]

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