|DRAFT CSC, Title 5. The Judiciary|
Service of Process
§ 1021. Personal service outside the State.
§ 1022. Manner of service.
§ 1023. Default.
§ 1024. Effect of act on the methods of service.
(1) Personal service outside the State. Service of process may be made upon any person subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of the State under this
(2) Judgment may be set aside. Any defendant not so personally notified may, at any time within one year after final judgment, enter his appearance and thereupon the court shall set aside the judgment and permit such defendant to plead on payment of such costs as the court deems best; provided however; that this right shall not extend to decrees of annulment, divorce or adoption.
Source: CSL 190-08, § 8.
Cross-reference: The constitutional provisions on the Judicial branch of the Chuuk State Government are found in Art. VII of the Chuuk State Constitution.
Service of summons outside the State shall be made under this
Source: CSL 190-08, § 9.
No default judgment shall be entered until the expiration of at least 30 thirty days after service. A default judgment rendered on service made under this
Source: CSL 190-08, § 10.
Nothing contained in this
Source: CSL 190-08, § 11.