A Game of Telephone: The Evolution of Conspicuous Service in New York State

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Zachary Miller


This article discusses the evolution of how conspicuous service is regarded by trial courts in New York state. Conspicuous service or “nail and mail service” is the process of nailing notice of an upcoming court hearing to a visible place on the property of a defendant. This article examines the legitimacy of this method of service as it pertains to money judgments in summary proceeding cases.

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