SEC. 9-11-20. Service of process or writ outside of issuing county; sharing fees.
In any civil case in the justice court in which any process or writ is to be served outside of the county where issued, the clerk of the justice court is hereby authorized and directed to forward, by United States mail, to the clerk of the justice court of the county where such writ or process is to be served, that portion of any fees required by law to be collected for the service of such process or writ along with the process or writ to be served. The clerk of the justice court of the county where the process or writ is to be served shall, upon receipt thereof, deliver such process or writ to a constable of the county for the service thereof and shall report and pay over such fees to the chancery clerk of the county at the time and in the manner provided in subsection (1) of section 9-11-19 for the report and payment of fees, costs, fines and penalties charged and collected in the justice court.
SOURCES: Laws, 1984, ch. 502, Sec. 2, eff from and after passage (approved May 15, 1984).