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My husband has been refusing to accept papers for some time now. We aren't living together, and he will never answer the door or give any idea as to where he may be at any time. We've had significant trouble getting him served. Today he was located, and when asked if he was "XXX" he said no, stated that he was his cousin, and would not accept the papers from the server.
For purposes of "serving", would this qualify as having served him the papers? He never accepted the papers from the server and thus she still has them. He has since texted me stating that he "knew I was trying to set him up". I was hoping that the server's deposition, along with the text messages, could prove sufficient to serve as having been served. Also, perhaps I could have the documents left for him in his mailbox?
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