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§ 50‑18. Residence of military personnel; payment of defendant’s travel expenses by plaintiff.

In any action instituted and prosecuted under this Chapter, allegation and proof that the plaintiff or the defendant has resided or been stationed at a United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, or Air Force installation or reservation or any other location pursuant to military duty within this State for a period of six months next preceding the institution of the action shall constitute compliance with the residence requirements set forth in this Chapter; provided that personal service is had upon the defendant or service is accepted by the defendant, within or without the State as by law provided. Upon request of the defendant or attorney for the defendant, the court may order the plaintiff to pay necessary travel expenses from defendant’s home to the site of the court in order that the defendant may appear in person to defend said action. (1959, c. 1058; 2011‑183, s. 39.)

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