BabyAge..com, Inc. v. Leachco, Inc.
WAIVER OF SERVICE Returned by BabyAge..com, Inc.. Leachco, Inc. waiver sent on 9/24/2007, answer due 11/23/2007. (Smolow, Mitchell)
property. A party who waives service of the summons retains all defenses and objections (except any relating to the summons or to the service of the summons), and may later object to the jurisdiction of the court or to the place where the action has been brought. A defendant who waives service must within the time specified on the waiver form serve on the plaintiff's attorney (or unrepresented plaintiff) a response to the complaint and must also file a signed copy of the response with the court. If the answer or motion is not served within this time, a default judgment may be taken against that defendant. By waiving service, a defendant is allowed more time to answer than if the summons had been actually served when the request for waiver of service was received.