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Rule 4.01
(1) Upon the filing of the complaint (or other initiating document)
the clerk shall forthwith issue the required summons and, at the
direction of the initiating party, either
(a) [describes procedure for clerk to server by mail
b) Cause the summons and complaint (or other initiating document),
with necessary copies, to be transferred for service to any person
authorized, other than by paragraph (1) of this Rule, to deliver them,
who shall serve the summons and accompanying documents, and his
return endorsed thereon shall be proof of the time and manner of service.

Rule 4.04
(2) Service shall be made upon an individual within this Commonwealth,
other than an unmarried infant or person of unsound mind, by delivering
a copy of the summons and of the complaint (or other initiating document)
to him personally or, if acceptance is refused by offering personal
delivery to such person, or by delivering a copy of the summons and of
the complaint (or other initiating document) to an agent authorized by
appointment or by law to receive service of process for such individual.

(5) Service shall be made upon a corporation by serving an officer or
managing agent thereof, or the chief agent in the county wherein the
action is brought, or any other agent authorized by appointment or
by law to receive service on its behalf.

(8) Service may be made upon an individual out of this state, other
than an unmarried infant, a person of unsound mind or a prisoner,
either by certified mail in the manner prescribed in Rule 4.01(1)(a)
or by personal delivery of a copy of the summons and of the complaint
(or other initiating document) by a person over 18 years of age. Proof
of service shall be made either by the return receipt mentioned in
Rule 4.01(1)(a) or by affidavit of the person making such service,
upon or appended to the summons, stating the time and place of
service and the fact that the individual served was personally
known to him. Such service without an appearance shall not authorize
a personal judgment, but for all other purposes the individual summoned
shall be before the courts as in other cases of personal service.
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