As well, at the risk of nullification, they must indicate in the writ the residence & status of the parties: however, it is not a nullity to indicate the status of some of the parties only, insofar as the persons are designated in such a way that there is no mistaken identity. [...]
When the bailiffs or sergeants find no one at home, they are obliged, at the risk of the aforementioned penalties, to post their writ on the door, & to advise the closest neighbour of such and have him sign the writ ; & if he will not or cannot do so, it must be noted; & if there was no close-by neighbour, the writ must be initialled by the judge, & dated the same day; & upon his absence or refusal, by the elder practitioner, who is required to do so at no cost.
All bailiffs & sergeants must indicate at the bottom of the original of their writ , the amount received as their salary, under penalty of a fine. [...]