As the Maryland Court of Special Appeals noted in Smith-Myers Corp. v. Sherill, 209 Md. App. 494 (2013), parties to a lawsuit are required to keep the court advised of their current address, otherwise service of court papers will be made to a party’s last known address and the party is at risk of not being able to respond in a timely manner.
I’ll just leave this right here—
UPDATE—The Cabin Boy™ is cluttering up my Twitter timeline with drivel about this post.One of the interesting things about that web visitor from Schmalfeldt’s home town is that he often logs in here at Hogewash! immediately before the Cabin Boy™ tweets about something on this blog.Hmmmm.