Is there a cut off time - He has been coming every few days.
I don't think that there is a formal "cut off time." But usually (in my experience), the sheriff will only send a deputy to a house 2 or 3 times before returning the papers to the court.
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They will come out a few times to serve you. If they cannot perfect service of the complaint and summons, they will return it
non est back to the court clerk. Then the plaintiff will hire a private process server to serve you.
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