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Getting personal jurisdiction over a defendant often seems simple. In Shah v. Simpson 2014-Ohio-675 obtaining service over the defendant was not simple.
The Plaintiff had the Clerk of Court issue the summons and complaint to the wrong address. Defendant’s neighbor signed the certified mail receipt.
Plaintiff issues service of process to wrong address and get's a default judgment. Defendant hires an attorney, gets the default judgment vacated and continues litigation. Court sue sponte dismissed the action after 15 months for want of service.
Trial court correct. Affirmed on appeal. Defendant's active participation at trial did not waive his defense.