§ 24:293. Form: affirmation of defendant's attorney in support of motion to vacate default after defendant's failure to appear or answer—Defendant served with summons other than by personal delivery, did not receive notice in time to defend, and has meritorious defense—Defendant served through delivery of process to Secretary of State—No evidence that defendant deliberately attempted to avoid notice by designating its cooperative building as its address for service of process | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 24:293. Form: affirmation of defendant's attorney in support of motion to vacate default after defendant's failure to appear or answer—Defendant served with summons other than by personal delivery, did not receive notice in time to defend, and has meritorious defense—Defendant served through delivery of process to Secretary of State—No evidence that defendant deliberately attempted to avoid notice by designating its cooperative building as its address for service of process | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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§ 24:293. Form: affirmation of defendant's attorney in support of motion to vacate default after defendant's failure to appear or answer—Defendant served with summons other than by personal delivery, did not receive notice in time to defend, and has meritorious defense—Defendant served through delivery of process to Secretary of State—No evidence that defendant deliberately attempted to avoid notice by designating its cooperative building as its address for service of process

CW2D § 24:293Alexa Ashworth, J.D.; Paul M. Coltoff, J.D.; Christine M. G. Davis, J.D., LL.M.; Glenda K. Harnad, J.D.; Samantha M. Khosla, J.D., M.A.; Mary Babb Morris, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Jeanne Philbin, J.D.; and Lisa A. Zakolski, J.D.Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms (Approx. 5 pages)

§ 24:293. Form: affirmation of defendant's attorney in support of motion to vacate default after defendant's failure to appear or answer—Defendant served with summons other than by personal delivery, did not receive notice in time to defend, and has meritorious defense—Defendant served through delivery of process to Secretary of State—No evidence that defendant deliberately attempted to avoid notice by designating its cooperative building as its address for service of process

CW2D § 24:293Alexa Ashworth, J.D.; Paul M. Coltoff, J.D.; Christine M. G. Davis, J.D., LL.M.; Glenda K. Harnad, J.D.; Samantha M. Khosla, J.D., M.A.; Mary Babb Morris, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Jeanne Philbin, J.D.; and Lisa A. Zakolski, J.D.Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms (Approx. 5 pages)

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November 2023 Update
Chapter 24. Commencement of Actions; Summons and Service of Process
Alexa Ashworth, J.D.; Paul M. Coltoff, J.D.; Christine M. G. Davis, J.D., LL.M.; Glenda K. Harnad, J.D.; Samantha M. Khosla, J.D., M.A.; Mary Babb Morris, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Jeanne Philbin, J.D.; and Lisa A. Zakolski, J.D.
IX. Objections, Defenses, and Relief with Regard to Defective Service
B. Methods of Objecting or Obtaining Relief
2. Motion to Set Aside Default Judgment
§ 24:293. Form: affirmation of defendant's attorney in support of motion to vacate default after defendant's failure to appear or answer—Defendant served with summons other than by personal delivery, did not receive notice in time to defend, and has meritorious defense—Defendant served through delivery of process to Secretary of State—No evidence that defendant deliberately attempted to avoid notice by designating its cooperative building as its address for service of process
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