2 Notre Dame L. 181 (1926-1927)
Is it constitutional to remotely serve a defendant process? Traditionally there have been four ways to serve process; personally, constructively, substituted, and the statutorily. Several states have enacted statutes that enable motorist to be served process despite being non-residents of the state. This note explores the constitutionality of service of process for non-resident motorist in light of contemporary decisions handed down from the U.S. Supreme Court and the Supreme courts of the several states.
Thomas F. Konop,
Service of Process on Non-Resident Motorists,
2 Notre Dame L. 181 (1926-1927).
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