No. 37477-0-I.

933 P.2d 439 (1997)

85 Wash.App. 539

Kimberly GROSS, Appellant, v. Patricia A. EVERT-ROSENBERG, Respondent, and Does 1-20, Inclusive, Defendants.

Court of Appeals of Washington, Division 1.

March 31, 1997.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Sandra L. Simpson, Peter Edwin Moye, Workland, Witherspoon, Brajcich & Lipsker, P.L.L.C., Spokane, for Appellant.

M. Colleen Barrett, Gregory S. Worden, Julin, Fosso, Sage, McBride & Mason, Seattle, for Respondent.

GROSSE, Judge.

Is service of process sufficient where a party attempts substitute service by leaving a copy of the summons and complaint at a house owned by the defendant but in which she no longer lives? The issue to be determined is whether the place where the summons was left constitutes the defendant's house of usual abode. The superior court dismissed the suit finding that the house was not the defendant's usual place of abode and that the substitute service...

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