Waiver of Service

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The Texas Rules of Civil Procedure require that parties to law suits be provided with notice of the pending suit. This is generally accomplished by having the party personally served, although there are other methods of service available. If the parties wish to avoid expense of service or the potential embarrassment the party to be served can agree to waive that service by signing a waiver of service such as this.

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