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notice in fed court - You need a statutory floor and a...

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You need a statutory floor and a constitutional ceiling A. FEDERAL COURT 1. STATUTORY AUTHORITY a. FRCP (minus 4(k)) Sorting Questions i. What kind of entity is the defendant? (E.g., an individual, corporation, infant, incompetent person, individual located outside the U.S., the United States, state governments, local governments, etc.) ii. Is the defendant the kind of entity for which waiver is available under FRCP 4(d)? If so, ask if the plaintiff wants to use this waiver provision? And if the plaintiff has attempted to use waiver, has it been successful? iii. If waiver has not been accomplished, is the defendant located in the United States or outside of the United States? [If outside, use FRCP 4(f) or 4(h)(2); if inside, proceed to the next question.] iv. If waiver has not been accomplished and if the defendant is located inside the US, locate the subdivision of Rule 4 which applies to the defendant’s kind of entity and serve the defendant in accordance with that subdivision’s requirements. See
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