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Last Post 30 Jan 2024 07:11 PM by  Barry R. Goldman
R-23-0049 Justice Court Rule 113 for Service by Email
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Charles Adornetto
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Posts:15 New Member

13 Nov 2023 05:06 PM
    Gerald A. Williams
    Arizona Bar No. 018947
    North Valley Justice Court 14264 West Tierra Buena Lane Surprise, AZ 85274

    The Petitioners request the Justice Court Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 113, be amended to specifically authorize service by e-mail or by other electronic means as an alternate form of service.

    Filed: November 13, 2023

    Would amend Rule 113(a) of the Justice Court Rules of Civil Procedure to authorize a plaintiff to file a motion to serve a summons and complaint by email or other electronic means as an alternative form of service.

    Comments must be submitted by no later than Wednesday, May 1, 2024, and any reply by a petitioner must be submitted no later than Monday, June 3, 2024.
    Barry R. Goldman
    New Member
    Posts:19 New Member

    30 Jan 2024 07:11 PM
    After consideration, research and debate, the Arizona Process Servers Association (APSA) objects to the proposed rule change. Our objections are noted in the attached comments.

    Respectfully submitted,
    Arizona Process Servers Association
    Barry R. Goldman
    Administrator, Secretary/Treasurer

    Larry J. Ratcliff, President
    John Osborn, Vice President
    Barry R. Goldman, Administrator, Secretary/Treasurer
    Ronald R. Ezell, Immed. Past Pres.
    Susie Baldwin (Director #1)
    Kay Dean (Director #2)
    Gregory Scott Hardy (Director #3)
    Nathan Botsch (Director #4)
    Matthew Uthe (Director #5)
    Tracy Arnold (Director #6)
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