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California Code of Civil Procedure Section 1015

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1015.  When a plaintiff or a defendant, who has appeared, resides
out of the state, and has no attorney in the action or proceeding,
the service may be made on the clerk of the court, for that party.
But in all cases where a party has an attorney in the action or
proceeding, the service of papers, when required, must be upon the
attorney instead of the party, except service of subpoenas, of writs,
and other process issued in the suit, and of papers to bring the
party into contempt. If the sole attorney for a party is removed or
suspended from practice, then the party has no attorney within the
meaning of this section. If the party's sole attorney has no known
office in this state, notices and papers may be served by leaving a
copy thereof with the clerk of the court, unless the attorney has
filed in the cause an address of a place at which notices and papers
may be served on the attorney, in which event they may be served at
that place.
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