National Association of Professional Process Servers


Bills Passed Since Feb. 2018

 

1. ARIZONA HB 2564 - Passed 05-16-18, Chapter 317:

Raises fees that the Court shall receive.
 

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2. CONNECTICUT  HB05211 - Passed 05-25-18, Signed by the Governor:

An Act concerning the judicial procedures relating to the initiation of an action for the dissolution of Marriage, dissolution of Civil or Legal Separation that the documents served on the defendant include a blank appearance form along with the summons and complaint; … 

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3. CONNECTICUT  SB0468 - Passed 06-06–18, Signed by the Governor:

Permits service of civil process to be made on the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles in a matter involving (1) an unlicensed motor vehicle operator, or (2) a motor vehicle owner who has not registered the motor vehicle.

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4. IOWA HF2236 - Passed 03-21-18, Signed by the Governor, H.J. 652:

Relating to service of process made on the commissioner of insurance as the agent or attorney for service of process for regulated individuals and entities and resolving inconsistencies. (Formerly HSB 582.)

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5. KANSAS SB 0288 - Passed 05-04-18, Signed by Governor on Monday, May14, 2018:
Repealing prohibitions on Saturday process service and end trial on Saturday.

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6. TENNESSEE HB1529 - Passed 03-13-18, Became Pub. Ch. 535:

Specifies that service of process for juvenile court proceeding may be completed by an individual authorized to serve process under the Rule of Civil Procedure OR the Rules of Juvenile Procedure, including but not limited to, a sheriff, constable, or private process server. 

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7. TENNESSEE HB1645 - Passed 03-13-18, Became Pub. Ch. 535:

Specifies that service of process for juvenile court proceeding may be completed by an individual authorized to serve process under the Rule of Civil Procedure OR the Rules of Juvenile Procedure, including but not limited to, a sheriff, constable, or private process server. 

 
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