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No Sirve Continued: Mexico Modifies Its Declarations to the Hague Service Convention

27 March 2011

By: Charles B. Campbell

Since the Minnesota Journal of International Law’s 2010 publication of his article No Sirve:  The Invalidity of Service of Process Abroad by Mail or Private Process Server on Parties in Mexico Under the Hague Service Convention, Professor Campbell’s argument that the service of process through “alternative” methods provided in Article 10 of the Convention was invalid with respect to Mexico has been well-received and widely commented upon. In this Minnesota Journal of International Law Online Edition follow up companion piece, Professor Campbell traces the various steps Mexico has taken to modify its declarations to erase any doubt or confusion remaining with respect to its position on alternative methods of service under Article 10.

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