2A:34-11 Jurisdiction by acknowledgment of service of process, appearance, etc.
2A:34-11. Jurisdiction by acknowledgment of service of process, appearance, etC.
In divorce, dissolution and nullity actions, the jurisdiction of the court over the defendant’s person for all purposes of the action shall be fully established by the filing of an acknowledgment of service of process, or of an appearance, or of an answer by the defendant pro se, or on his behalf by a duly authorized attorney, in such manner as may be prescribed by rules of the Supreme Court.
Amended 2006, C. 103, S.71.
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