IF YOU ARE PRESENTED BY A MAIL CARRIER WITH A REGISTERED LETTER, ARE YOU ALLOWED BY LAW TO REFUSE TO SIGN IT AND ASK HIM TO S...
A person may refuse delivery of an item. However, if the item involves service of legal papers, a person may not deny personal service of process on the grounds of lack of delivery where the delivery was deliberately prevented by the action of the person to be served. In other words, a person may not intentionally "refuse" service of process. Such a person is deemed to have been served.