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Subchapter II. Service by Sheriffs and Constables
§ 691. Service of civil or criminal process
Sheriffs and constables may serve either civil
or criminal process, anywhere within the state
and returnable to any court.
§ 692. Deputy sheriffs
Deputy sheriffs shall have the same
powers and be subject to the same
liabilities in the service of process as
sheriffs, whether the process is directed
to the sheriff or the deputy. If a sheriff
is confined in prison upon legal process,
his deputies may serve precepts in their
hands at the time and such as they receive
within three days thereafter.
§ 693. Constables
In the service of process, constables shall have the same powers and be subject to the same liabilities and penalties as sheriffs.
Subchapter III. Service by Authorized Persons
§ 731. Indifferent person, appointment of
When a summons, writ or other process is not specially required by law to be served by an officer, any superior or district judge or any judge of the court to which the process is returnable, may appoint an indifferent person to serve the process if it appears that service by that person will be more economical or efficient than service by an officer. (Amended 1971, No. 185 (Adj. Sess.), § 37, eff. March 29, 1972.)
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