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Rule 4(d). Process; By Whom Served

Service of process shall be by a sheriff,
a sheriff's deputy, a private process server
registered with the clerk of the court pursuant
to subpart (e) of this Rule, or any other person
specially appointed by the court, except that a
subpoena may be served as provided in Rule 45.
Service of process may also be made by a party
or that party's attorney where expressly
authorized by these Rules. A private process
server or specially appointed person shall be
not less than twenty-one (21) years of age
and shall not be a party, an attorney, or the
employee of an attorney in the action whose
process is being served. Special appointments
to serve process shall be requested by motion
to the presiding Superior Court judge and the
court's ruling shall be recorded by minute entry.
Special appointments shall be granted freely,
are valid only for the cause specified in the motion,
and do not constitute an appointment as a registered
private process server.

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