2005 Missouri Revised Statutes - § 506.330. — Actions against nonresidents for injuries caused by watercraft--venue.

506.330. In an action in any court of this state, arising out of injury to person or property caused by any watercraft while operating in the waters of this state, including the Missouri portion of boundary rivers, or moored in such waters or against shoreland in this state, when the owner or operator is a nonresident of this state or a corporation not incorporated under the laws of this state, service of the original notice may be made upon such nonresident owner or operator or upon such foreign corporation in the manner provided in section 506.340. The venue of such an action shall be the county in which the damage occurred and the presence of such watercraft and the doing of said damage within the territory comprising the state of Missouri, together with the subsequent removal of said watercraft from the jurisdiction of the state of Missouri, shall constitute a waiver by the owner or operator thereof of any objection to the venue of such an action commenced in a proper court of this state.

(L. 1951 p. 363 1)

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