Service of Process rules must be strictly followed, since this service gives notice that a lawsuit has been started and is a mechanism that formally brings the other party before the court. Failure to serve properly can result in the dismissal of the lawsuit. The person serving papers must be over the age of 18 and cannot be a party to the case. Refer to the Civil Practice Law and Rules (CPLR) 2103(a). Papers may be served by a friend, relative or a process server. Papers may not be served on a Sunday, or on a Saturday if service is upon someone who celebrates Saturday as the Sabbath.
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