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Lawsuit is in CA suing a Delaware corp. I served the registered

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Lawsuit is in CA suing a Delaware corp. I served the registered agent via certified mail with return receipt. I want to argue that once the agent is served I'm not responsible if defendant doesn't have an updated address and does not receive papers. Which law regarding this issue applies? CA or DE, or both?

Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.

In this instance California law would govern because the suit is taking place in California. That is what governs, not where the corp is located at but which state will be hearing this case since they will use their own laws to evaluate.

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