If server is refused entry by guard can server leave copy of summons with guard and that be considered good service?
NRS 14.090 1A
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The form there appears to relate specifically to domestic violence cases - is there another form that would be correct for proving service on a breach of contract civil complaint? Can I simply use the affidavit here in some manner:
I don't see anything specific regarding service to a gate guard on that form, however.
One more thing - is there a specific rule allowing service to someone at their place of employment/business?
Thanks for the reply - do you have a specific section of Nevada civil code I could read relating to your reply about service at work?
I understand. Quickly back to the other item - regarding the service in the gated community - suppose I've gotten through the gate and to the house, and via intercom a person within the defendant's property (who refuses to identify themself) is talking to me. They refuse to open the door. Can I tell them I am leaving a copy of the summons at the door and this will be considered good service with a signed affidavit explaining the situation? Thanks for all your assistance.
Through whom do I "apply for substituted service"? The clerk? Or do I need to bring some type of ex parte motion to the judge?
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