HAGUE CONVENTION ON THE SERVICE ABROAD OF JUDICIAL AND EXTRAJUDICIAL DOCUMENTS

HAGUE CONVENTION ON THE SERVICE ABROAD OF JUDICIAL AND EXTRAJUDICIAL DOCUMENTS

Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents. An international convention, concluded on November 15, 1965, governing procedures for effecting service of process in a foreign country. ? More than 35 countries are parties to the convention, including the United States. [Cases: Federal Civil Procedure 462; Process 83; Treaties

1. C.J.S. Process ¡ì¡ì 50, 73¨C75; Treaties¡ì 2.]


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