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If the employer in an action to collect delinquent premiums or for injuries sustained in the employer's employment for which the employer did not carry the required insurance is a nonresident of this state, or a foreign corporation or limited liability company doing business in this state, service of the summons may be made upon any agent, representative, or foreman of said employer in this state, or in the case of a foreign corporation, its director, and if there is no agent, representative, or foreman, or in the case of a foreign corporation, director, upon whom service can be made in this state, service upon the secretary of state constitutes personal service upon that nonresident employer or corporation's director who has either failed to secure the necessary coverage or who is delinquent in the employer's premiums, or service may be made in any other manner designated by law. The organization may retain counsel who is licensed in another state to represent the organization on a contingent fee basis in any proceeding relating to the collection of amounts due the organization under this title. All attorney's fees and costs incurred under this section are a charge to the general fund.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 65. Workforce Safety and Insurance § 65-04-25. Service of nonresident employer in suit for premium or in suit against an uninsured employer - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-65-workforce-safety-and-insurance/nd-cent-code-sect-65-04-25/
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