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Civil Procedure – Service Of Process – House- Sitter – Due Diligence (access required)

A med-mal plaintiff who made only one attempt at service of process the day before expiration of the one-year period under Va. Code Sect. 8.01-275.1, when a private process server handed the suit papers to a house-sitter at the defendant dentist's house, did not demonstrate "due diligence" in attempting service and her suit is ...

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