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Rule 4.1
(a) Methods of Service. All service of process
within this state shall be made as provided in this
rule except when service by publication is available
pursuant to Rule 4.3. Service within this state under
this rule shall include delivery by a process server
and service by certified mail; and each of the foregoing
methods of service shall be deemed to confer in personam
jurisdiction. Unless otherwise requested or permitted
by these rules, service of process within this state shall
be made by delivery by a process server.

(b) Delivery by a Process Server.

(1) By Sheriff or Constable. When process issued from
any court subject to the provisions of these rules is to be
delivered personally, the clerk of the court shall deliver
or mail the process and sufficient copies of the process
and complaint, or other documents to be served, to the
sheriff or constable of the county in which the party to be
served resides or may be found.

(2) By Designated Person. As an alternative to delivery
by the sheriff, process issuing from any court governed
by these rules may be delivered by the clerk to any person
not less than eighteen (18) years of age, who is not a party
and who has been designated by order of the court to make
service of process.
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