A nonresident pharmacy must designate a registered agent in Delaware for service of
process. A nonresident pharmacy that does not designate a registered agent is deemed to have
appointed the Secretary of State to be its agent upon whom may be served all legal
process in any action or proceeding against the nonresident pharmacy relating to the
delivery in any manner of prescription drugs into this State. In any action or proceeding against a nonresident pharmacy, a copy of service of
process must be mailed to the nonresident pharmacy by the complaining party by certified
mail, return receipt requested, at the address of the nonresident pharmacy, as designated
on the nonresident pharmacy's permit application to conduct business in this State. A nonresident pharmacy which does not obtain a permit in this State pursuant to
this chapter is deemed to have consented to service of process on the Secretary of
State as sufficient service.
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