CHAPTER 56. PLEADING AND PRACTICE.

§56-2-1. Service of notices; personal service; substituted service; return.

A notice, no particular mode of serving which is prescribed, may be served by delivering a copy thereof in writing to the party in person; or if he (or she) be not found, by delivering such copy at his (or her) usual place of abode, and giving information of its purport, to his wife (or her husband), or to any other person found there who is a member of his (or her) family and above the age of sixteen years; or if neither his wife (or her husband) nor any such other person be found there, and he (or she) be not found, by leaving such copy posted at the front door of such place of abode. Any sheriff or constable, thereto required, shall serve a notice within his county and make return of the manner and time of service; for a failure so to do he shall forfeit $20. Such return, or a similar return by any other person who verified it by affidavit, shall be evidence of the manner and time of service.

§56-2-1. Service of notices; personal service; substituted service; return.