Category Archives: Process Servers

Tips on Serving a Company with a Statutory Demand

If you are owed money by a company, perhaps the most effective way of recovering the debt is by serving a statutory demand. So, how do you go about serving a statutory demand?

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Qualities to Look Out for in a Process Server

When it comes to choosing process servers in London, you’ll want only the best, which is why it’s important to understand what to look out for. A competent processing server should embody the following qualities:

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How to Obtain and Serve a Non-Molestation Order

If you are unfortunate enough to be a domestic violence victim, you can apply for an injunction or ‘non-molestation order’. A non-molestation order can be used to protect you and your family from harm or from being threatened by your … Continue reading

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Myths and movies – no traps or chases

If Hollywood – and USA “reality” shows – are to be believed, the life of a Process Server is fraught with danger and involves subterfuge and guerrilla attacks to serve legal papers. There are even some people who imagine they … Continue reading

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What Types of Papers do Process Servers Serve?

A lot of people are ill-informed about the role of process servers. At best, they have a rough idea that we deliver papers for court cases; at worst, they have to Google the term to have any idea of what … Continue reading

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Why are Process Servers Vital?

When you need to deliver legal documents directly into the hands of a named individual, there are numerous occasions when only a professional process server will do. Photo: All Staff Meeting by MDGovpics licensed under Creative commons 4

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Why Are Process Servers Important?

While perhaps not the most well-known area of law, process serving is a crucial cornerstone of the British legal system, without which individuals could find themselves being affected by rulings which they had heard nothing of prior to that ruling. … Continue reading

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