§56-3-6. Delivery of process.
The clerk of every court from whose office may be issued any
process, original, mesne or final, or any order or decree to be
served on any person, shall, unless the party interested, or his
attorney, direct otherwise, deliver the same to the sheriff or
other proper officer of the county for which the court is held, if
it is to be executed therein, and if it is to be executed in any
other county, shall enclose the same in an envelope properly
addressed to the sheriff or other proper officer thereof, pay the
postage thereon and mail it in the post office. Documentation of
service of process will be according to rules promulgated by the
supreme court of appeals.