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Service of Process/Personal Service upon a Corporation or Government Subdivision

N.Y. CVP. LAW § 311 : NY Code – Section 311: Service of Process/Personal service upon a corporation or governmental subdivision

(a) Service of Process/Personal service upon a corporation or governmental subdivision shall be made by delivering the summons as follows: 1. upon any domestic or foreign corporation, to an officer, director, managing or general agent, or cashier or assistant cashier or to any other agent authorized by appointment or by law to receive service. A business corporation may also be served pursuant to section three hundred six or three hundred seven of the business corporation law. A not-for-profit corporation may also be served pursuant to section three hundred six or three hundred seven of the not-for-profit corporation law; 2. upon the city of New York, to the Continue reading

Service of Process/Personal Service Rules-Personal Service upon a Partnership

N.Y. CVP. LAW § 310 : NY Code – Section 310: Service of Process/Personal service upon a partnership

(a) Service of Process/Personal service upon persons conducting a business as a partnership may be made by personally serving the summons upon any one of them. (b) Service of Process/Personal service upon said partnership may also be made within the state by delivering the summons to the managing or general agent of the partnership or the person in charge of the office of the partnership within the state at such office and by either mailing the summons to the partner thereof intended to be served by first class mail to his last known residence or to the place of business of the partnership. Proof of such service shall be filed within twenty days with the clerk of Continue reading

Service of Process/Process Service Rules-Personal Service Upon a natural Person

N.Y. CVP. LAW § 308 : NY Code – Section 308: Service of Process/Personal service upon a natural person

Service of Process/Personal service upon a natural person shall be made by any of the following methods: 1. by delivering the summons within the state to the person to be served; or 2. by delivering the summons within the state to a person of suitable age and discretion at the actual place of business, dwelling place or usual place of abode of the person to be served and by either mailing the summons to the person to be served at his or her last known residence or by mailing the summons by first class mail to the person to be served at his or her actual place of business in an envelope bearing the legend “personal and confidential” and not indicating on the outside thereof, by return address or otherwise, that the communication is from an attorney or concerns an action against the person to be served, such delivery and mailing to be effected within twenty days of each other; proof of such service shall be filed with the clerk of the court designated in the summons within twenty days of either such delivery or mailing, Continue reading