San Francisco Local Rule

San Francisco Local Court Rule 6.6(C) relating to Default and Default Judgments says this about process server's due diligence declarations:

C. Process Server’s Due Diligence Declaration In Support of Request for Default.

A requesting party who is relying upon service of summons by substituted service
pursuant to CCP § 415.20(b) must submit a declaration by the process server stating:

1) The factual basis upon which the process server concluded that the place of service
and mailing was either the “dwelling house, usual place of abode, usual place of
business, or usual mailing address other than a United States Postal Service box” of
the person served; and

2) That not less than three attempts at personal service were made at three different
times of the day, on three different days; and

3) At least one of these attempts was made at the last known residence address of the
person to be served.

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