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How Long Do They Have to Mail for Service?

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Consider this a hypothetical situation.


You open your front door and find a summons sitting on the mat. You pick the document up and notice that the person being sued is not yourself, nor is it anyone who resides within. Just leaving a summons on a doorstep is legal? They need to mail a followup confirmation by USPS, correct? Is there a time limit on that?


This... hypothetical situation... is curious as the hypothetical resident of the hypothetical home has no job and is at home ALL the time. Yet somehow there's a summons on the doorstep.


Lazy a$$ process servers.


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