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Civil Practice – Personal Jurisdiction – In-State Service of Process – Tort/Negligence – Domestic Relations – Alienation of Affection (access required)

Hedeen v. Isbell (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-353-16, 9 pp.) (Wendy Enochs, J.) Appealed from Buncombe County Superior Court (Alan Thornburg, J.) N.C. App. Holding: Since defendant was personally served with process while she was physically present in the State of North Carolina, the trial court acquired in personam jurisdiction over defendant and the need for a ...

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