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Each state has process serving laws, or Rules of Civil Procedure, that

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 govern civil procedure in their courts, or more simply, court procedures for civil suits in their state. The United States also has their own set of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which most state service of process laws are based on.

In nearly every state, process servers are restricted from trespassing on property as a means of serving process. Such invasions, no matter how innocuous, are regarded as not only invalid, but illegal and may result in penalties for offenders. Gated communities and apartment buildings have created a curious predicament for process servers, however, most are required to allow process servers to enter them.


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Some states prohibit the delivery or serving of documents on Sundays, Holidays, and / or Election Days. However, some states will allow the service of documents under special circumstances. One such circumstance is when the service of process is pursuant to a court order.

According to various laws, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays in Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee (unless with a court order), Texas, Virginia, or West Virginia. It can also not be performed on election days in Michigan, or on holidays in Minnesota. Finally, in New York, process cannot be served on Saturday upon a person who keeps Saturday as holy time.
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