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Rules 3-123 and 2-123: Process - By Whom Served
a) Generally. - Service of process may be made by a sheriff or,
except as otherwise provided in this Rule, by a competent
private person, 18 years of age or older, including an attorney
of record, but not by a party to the action.
b) Sheriff. - All process requiring execution other than delivery,
mailing, or publication shall be executed by the sheriff of the
county where execution takes place, unless the court orders
otherwise.
(c) Elisor. When the sheriff is a party to or interested in an
action so as to be disqualified from serving or executing process,
the court, on application of any interested party, may appoint an
elisor to serve or execute the process. The appointment shall
be in writing, signed by a judge, and filed with the clerk issuing
the process. The elisor has the same power as the sheriff to
serve or execute the process for which the elisor was appointed
and is entitled to the same fees.
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