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60(B) the movant must demonstrate that: (1) the party has a meritorious defense or claim to present, if relief is granted; (2) the party is entitled to relief under one of the grounds stated in Ohio R. Civ.
Rule 58(B) of the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure provides the following: (B) Notice of filing. When the court signs a judgment, the court shall endorse thereon a direction to the clerk to serve upon all parties not in default for failure to appear notice of the judgment and its date of entry upon the journal.
Anyone over the age of eighteen (18) years old, who is not a party to the case, is legally able to serve papers in the state of Ohio.
(i) Mail by ordinary mail and by certified mail, return receipt requested, a copy of the summons, complaint, document, or other process to be served to the persons and addresses provided by the plaintiff, if any.
Anyone over the age of eighteen (18) years old, who is not a party to the case, is legally able to serve papers in the state of Ohio.
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Any Ohio Process Service must be served by a return receipt signed by the person to whom it is addressed unless otherwise stipulated in these rules. There should be an envelope containing the summons and complaint or any other document that has to be served.
(3) All motions shall be ruled upon within one hundred twenty days from the date the moti on was filed, except as otherwi se noted on the report forms.
If you have not been properly served, and you dont show up, the court has no personal jurisdiction over you, and cant enter a judgment against you. The case can be continued to another court date, and the other side can try again to serve you.
The plaintiff shall serve his reply to a counterclaim in the answer within twenty-eight days after service of the answer or, if a reply is ordered by the court, within twenty-eight days after service of the order, unless the order otherwise directs.
If the motion is denied, the defendant can appeal the masters order to a judge, but an appeal from a judges order can only be brought with leave of another judge to the Divisional Court. (Orders permitting actions to continue are considered interlocutory in the sense that nothing is finally decided.

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