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Service of process
is the procedure employed to give legal notice to a person (such as
a defendant) of a court or administrative body's exercise of its
jurisdiction over that person so as to enable that person to respond to
the proceeding before the court, body or other tribunal. Usually, notice
is furnished by delivering a set of court documents (called "process")
to the person to be served.
Each jurisdiction has rules regarding the means of service of process.
Typically, a summons and related documents must be served upon the
defendant personally, or in some cases upon another person of suitable
age and discretion at the person's residence or place of business or
employment. In some cases, service of process may be effected through
the mail as in some small claims court procedures. In exceptional cases,
other forms of service may be authorized by procedural rules or court
order, including service by publication when an individual cannot be
located in a particular jurisdiction.
Proper service of process initially establishes personal jurisdiction of
the court over the person served. If the defendant ignores further
pleadings or fails to participate in the proceedings, then the court or
administrative body may find the defendant in default and award relief
to the claimant, petitioner or plaintiff. Service of process must be
distinguished from service of subsequent documents (such as pleadings
and motion papers) between the parties to litigation.
Service of process in cases filed in the United States district courts
is governed by Rule 4 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. In
England and Wales, the rules governing service of documents are
contained within Part 6 of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998.
Service on a defendant who resides in a country outside the jurisdiction
of the Court must comply with special procedures prescribed under the
Hague Service Convention, if the recipient's country is a signatory.
Service on defendants in many South American countries and some other
countries is effected through the Letter Rogatory process. Where a
defendant's whereabouts are unknown, the Court may permit service by
publication, usually in a newspaper.
In the past people did not have the right to know that there were legal
proceedings against them. In some cases, they would only find out when
magistrates showed up with the sheriff and seized their property,
sometimes throwing them into debtor's prison until their debts were
paid. The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States
Constitution prohibit the federal and state governments from depriving
any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law.
Therefore the process server is "serving" the recipient with notice of
their constitutional right to due process of the law.
In ancient times, the service of a summons was considered a royal act
that had serious consequences. It was a summons to come to the King's
Court and to respond to the demand of a loyal subject. In ancient
Persia, failure to respond to the King's summons meant a sentence of
death. Today the penalty for ignoring a summons may be entry of a
default money judgment that can subsequently be enforced.
Manner of service
Personal service by process server
Personal service is service of process directly to the (or a) party
named on the summons, complaint or petition. In most lawsuits in the
United States, personal service is required to prove service. Most
states allow Substituted service in almost all lawsuits unless you are
serving a Corporation, LLC, LLP, or other business entity; in those
cases, personal service must be achieved by serving (in hand) the
documents to the "Registered Agent" of a business entity. Some states
(Florida) do not require that the documents actually be handed to the
individual. If the individual refuses to accept service, flees, closes
the door, etc., and the individual has been positively identified as the
person to be served, documents may be "drop" served and it is considered
a valid service.
Common Law Legal
In most common law systems the service of process is effectuated by a
process server who must be an adult, not have a criminal record and (in most jurisdictions) not a
party to the litigation.
Most jurisdictions require or permit process to be served by a court
official, such as a sheriff, marshal, constable or bailiff. There may be
licensing requirements for private process servers, as is the case in
New York City, Alaska, Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Montana, Nevada,
and Oklahoma. Texas process servers are currently certified by order of
the Supreme Court, and are regulated through the Process Server Review
Board, consisting of members of the industry authorized by the Supreme
Other jurisdictions, such as Georgia, require a court order allowing a
private person to serve process. Many private investigators perform
process serving duties. Texas also has a required training course which
must be completed prior to certification.
An example of such a license would be in Rhode Island, where an
applicant must complete 90 days of training with a constable that has
'full powers'. Once the 90 days of training is complete, a test is given
at the local courthouse from the laws included in the constable manual.
Once an applicant passed the written exam one will be scheduled for an
oral interview with the disciplinary board. If they find the applicant
to be competent they will pass a recommendation to the chief judge which
will then swear in one with 'limited power'. These constables can only
serve within the county they are appointed. After one year, a limited
power constable can apply for his/her full powers to arrest, evict, and
be able to serve state wide.
When an individual party to be served is unavailable for personal
service, many jurisdictions allow for substituted service. Substituted
service allows the process server to leave service documents with
another responsible individual such as cohabiting adults. Under the
Federal Rules, substituted service may only be made at the abode or
dwelling of the defendant. FRCP 4. California, Illinois, and many other
U.S. jurisdictions require that in addition to substituted service, the
documents be mailed to the recipient. Substituted service often requires
a serving party show that ordinary service is impracticable and that
substituted service will reach the party and effect notice.
In addition, substituted service may be affected through public notice
followed by sending the documents by Certified Mail.
Service by mail
Service by mail is permitted by most U.S. jurisdictions for service on
defendants located in other U.S. states or foreign countries. Service by
mail is not available if the country of destination has filed objections
to service by mail pursuant to the multinational Hague Service
Voluntary acceptance of service (United States)
As a substitute for personal service by a process server, many
jurisdictions encourage voluntary acceptance of service, also called
waiver of service (although other ways exist by which service of process
may be waived). The summons and other documents are mailed to the party
to be served, along with a request to sign and return a form of
acceptance of service, or acknowledgment of service.
Acceptance of service means that the served party agrees to acknowledge
receipt of the complaint or petition without the need to engage a
process server. Failure to accept service voluntarily means that the
party to be served will be liable for the cost of effecting formal
service, even if the plaintiff's action is otherwise unsuccessful. In
U.S. federal court, and in many state courts, voluntary acceptance of
service entitles the defendant more time to file an answer.
Agent for acceptance of service
In some instances, delivery to an agent for acceptance of service or
"Registered Agent" can substitute for personal service on the principal
party to be served. The Registered Agent is a person or company
authorized in advance to accept service on behalf of the served party.
For example, most corporations are required by local law to have an
agent for acceptance of service in each jurisdiction where they are
active. The identity of the agent for service can usually be ascertained
from company filings with appropriate state agencies.
Return of service
Once service of process has been effected, the responsible officer or
process server must typically file a return of service or proof of
service or "Affidavit of Service" with the court (or convey one to the
plaintiff to file with the court). The return of service indicates the
time and place at which service was effected, the person served, and any
additional information needed to establish that service was properly
made. It is signed by the process server, and operates as prima facie
evidence that service of process was effectively made.
Process serving laws (United States)
Many states have process serving laws that govern the way service of
process is effected, the licensing requirements to effect service, the
forms to be used and the time deadlines that service of process may be
accomplished upon individual respondents and corporations. For example,
in New York service of process may require licensing of the process
server. Generally, there are specific procedures and rules for most
courts, from local small claims courts to United States District courts.
Each court has specific rules, forms, guidelines and procedures which
must be followed in order to successfully effect service of process.
Failure to follow these guidelines may deem the attempted service
improper. Indeed many defendants in court hearings use the affirmative
defense of "I was not served" as an often successful line of defense in
any lawsuit. Not surprisingly, this defense tends to be effective in
many cases because service of process upon defendant did not follow
legal procedure. As for United States federal courts, service of process
rules are in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, upon which most state
service of process laws are based.
In nearly every state of the United States, process servers are
restricted from trespassing on property as a means of serving process.
Such invasions, no matter how innocuous, are regarded as not only
invalid, but illegal and may result in penalties for offenders. Gated
communities and apartment buildings have created a difficulty for
process servers, however, most are required to allow process servers to
In California, "Registered Process Servers" are granted "...a limited
exemption against trespassing." This allows servers to enter a private
property for a reasonable period of time to attempt service of process.
Similarly, in California, gated communities which are "...staffed by a
security guard, or where access is controlled, must allow a Registered
Process Server to enter for service of process upon presenting valid
identification, and indicating to which address the process server is
going." This does not prevent the security guard from contacting the
resident and alerting them that a process server is on his way to their
In Washington State, "Registered Process Servers" are granted a limited
exemption or affirmative defense against trespassing:
The actor was attempting to serve legal process which includes any
document required or allowed to be served upon persons or property, by
any statute, rule, ordinance, regulation, or court order, excluding
delivery by the mails of the United States. This defense applies only if
the actor did not enter into a private residence or other building not
open to the public and the entry onto the premises was reasonable and
necessary for service of the legal process.
Most states have a deadline for completing service of process after
filing of the summons and complaint. In New York, for example, service
must be completed in 120 days after filing for almost all cases, and
Hawaii State Circuit Court rule 28 requires service in a civil lawsuit
must be effected within 6 months from commencing suit.
Dies non juridicum
Some states prohibit the delivery or serving of documents on Sundays,
holidays, and/or election days (dies non juridicum). However, some
states will allow the service of documents under special circumstances.
One such circumstance is when the service of process is pursuant to a
According to various laws, service of process cannot be performed on
Sundays in Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, South
Dakota, Tennessee (unless with a court order), Texas, Virginia, or West
Virginia. It can also not be performed on election days or at a place of
religious service on Sunday in Michigan, or on holidays in Minnesota.
Finally, in New York, process cannot be served on Saturday upon a person
who keeps Saturday as holy time.
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The chief advantage of using a professional process serving company is
that they are generally faster than other forms of service, and can, if
need be, later be called to testify or give testimony by affidavit that
process service and / or original service was effectuated in accordance
with he rules of service, which is important in proving personal
jurisdiction.You should use a process server to deliver your summons,
writ or complaint to prevent defendant's from escaping service.
Checking a process servers references is always a good idea. Many
process servers are member of NAPPS (the National Association of Process
Servers), or other state or regional process server organizations.
Affiliation with NAPPS or other organizations can show a level of
professionalism in a process server. NAPPS and some state organizations
require process server members to adhere to high standards when serving
process, and discipline or remove servers for not living up to these
rules and codes.
Process servers are the professionals who deliver legal paper work for a
living. These professional servers provide delivery of legal documents
on a routine basis and are thus experienced in the logistics and
practicalities of accomplishing process service. They may serve papers
locally, or throughout the state or country.
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Service of Process
For purposes of these Best Practices, "Primary service" of process
refers to the service of initial or other process intended to acquire
jurisdiction over a person or property. "Secondary service" of process
refers to the service of subsequent papers exchanged between the parties
following service of initial process. These Best Practices refer to both
Primary and Secondary service of process.
The word or phrase "effected" refers to the date that legal process is
delivered, sent or transmitted to a party.
The word or phrase "completed" refers to the date that legal process is
legally binding upon a party. This date may be the same as when legal
process is personally delivered to a party, or when presumed by law to
have been received by a party.
Service of process or other papers for the purpose of acquiring
jurisdiction over a person or property should be performed by a
disinterested third party.
The preferred and most effective method of service of process upon a
party is in-person delivery of process to the named party.
When in-person service upon a named party cannot be effected, the next
best method of service should be in-person delivery of process to a
person authorized by court rule or statute to deliver process to on
behalf of the named party. For example, this includes such person as
"member of household," "person apparently in charge at a usual place of
business," "person of suitable age and discretion," "parent,"
"guardian," "registered agent" and "statutory agent,".
When service cannot be effected as described in 3 and 4 above, the next
best methods of service is alternate methods authorized by court rule or
statute upon a demonstration of the fact that service cannot be effected
by the methods in 3 and 4 above. This would include service by mail,
posting, publication and electronic means. If service is authorized in a
manner other than by in-person delivery, service should not be deemed
completed until at least three days after service is effected, unless
acknowledged by the recipient.
When service cannot be effected by any of the methods described above,
the Court, upon a showing that service cannot be effected by any of
these methods, may order service to be done in a manner reasonably
calculated to provide actual notice to the party.
PROOFS AND AFFIDAVITS OF SERVICE
These Best Practices are intended to recognize and establish guidelines
for the proper preparation and execution of proofs or affidavits of
Process Server's Work Product
The work product of a professional process server is the proof or
affidavit of service submitted by that person attesting to the fact that
a particular person or entity was given legal process in a manner
prescribed by law. The proof or affidavit of service is what the courts
rely upon to determine whether jurisdiction has been acquired over a
particular person, entity, or property. The proof or affidavit of
service must be beyond reproach.
Unsworn Declarations Made Under Penalty of Perjury
An Unsworn Declaration made under Penalty of Perjury is a written or
printed recitation by the process server of the facts and circumstances
surrounding the delivery of legal process to a particular person or
entity consistent with applicable state or federal court rule or law.
The declaration is to be signed only by the person making the statement.
Affidavits of Service
An “affidavit” is a written or printed declaration or statement of facts
made voluntarily, confirmed by the oath or affirmation of the party
making it, and taken before an officer having the authority to
administer such oath. An “affidavit of service” is intended to certify
the service of a writ, notice or other legal document.
An Affidavit or Proof of Service may be signed using a variety of
methods. Wet ink, an electronic signature (signature image), or a
digital electronic signature with third party verification and date
stamping are all valid. No matter what the method of signature, such
signature should always be effected by the person who actually performed
the actions being attested to. Designating another person to cause the
server's signature to be affixed to an Affidavit or Proof of Service is
specifically not condoned.
A Notary Public is a person commissioned by a particular state
jurisdiction to perform a variety of notarial acts. Among these, the
Notary Public is vested with the authority to administer oaths, and
A jurat is a certificate by the person before whom a writing was sworn
and is designed to compel truthfulness on the part of the signer. The
jurat is completed during the execution of an affidavit and is generally
written at the foot of an affidavit stating when, where, and before whom
such affidavit was sworn. Before executing a jurat, a Notary Public must
be satisfied as to the identity of the signor, and the voluntary nature
of that person’s signature. The signing of the affidavit, and the
execution of the jurat, is required by all states to be done at the same
time in the physical presence of each other.
The jurat initiates a legal process that could eventually result in
criminal conviction and punishment if the signor is later found to have
The Role of Notary Public in a Process Service
A Notary Public, whether employed in a process serving business, or not,
must adhere to the state laws regarding Notary Publics within the
jurisdiction where he or she has been commissioned. These duties and
obligations transcend other duties that may be assigned by an employer.
A proof or affidavit of service must accurately state the date, time,
place, and manner of service, and any additional information that would
reflect how delivery of process or other legal document was made to a
person or entity served. When required, a proof or affidavit of service
should also reflect the description or relationship of that person to
the person or entity served, and the military status of the person
Record of Event
A separate, permanent record should be maintained by the process server,
or by the employer on his or her behalf, and must be available for
inspection by the process server, court, or the person requesting
These guidelines address three important aspects of proofs or affidavits
of service: content, signature's) and record keeping. They are designed
to ensure that the proofs or affidavits of service be completed and
signed by the person making service. The traditional and fundamental
components of proving service must be maintained. The process server
must attest to the facts under penalty of perjury, or by sworn
affidavit, and personally sign, or, where permitted by law, cause his or
her signature to be affixed electronically to, the proof or affidavit of
It is not proper for a proof of service to be signed before completion,
or signed in blank to be completed later. It is not permissible to sign
the process server’s name to a proof of service on his or her behalf.
A written permanent record of the service should be maintained, and made
available upon request. Although a process server’s declaration is made
based upon personal knowledge, a business may proffer evidence of
service under Federal Rules of Evidence Sec. 807, or state equivalent. A
business record, offered in lieu of a personal declaration of the
server, when the server is unavailable, does not violate the hearsay
rule if it is supported with a declaration of the custodian of the
record. Making a record of the service based upon a writing made in the
regular course of business does not violate these Best Practices, nor
the NAPPS Code of Ethics.
What is Service of Process and what are process
A legal process server is an individual who provides personal delivery
of legal documents or documents filed by the court in each state. Every
State is governed by their individual laws within each state in the
United States of America. Where the court document or documents are
generated from and filed, is where that states laws are set forth for
process servers. A Process Server, Court Reporter, Private Investigator
provides a service for Attorneys and the legal industry as a whole. A
process service of court documents is a Service of Process and is
carried out personally by a process server or civil process server.
Depending on the documents ordered to be served within that State. Need
a court document served? Process Servers do serve court documents
quickly and efficiently. Process Servers are legal document servers.
They serve court documents and legal documents that are filed in any
local Court system.
What is Service of Process?
United States legal procedure requires that each party in a case should
be notified if actions are taken against them in a court of law. Process
serving is an important aspect of the Due Process of Law.
Process serving laws and rules of civil procedure are different from
state to state. You should visit the State Rules of Civil Procedure
section of your State to learn more about service of process laws before
sending is your service request.
People are notified of actions against them or court procedures
involving them through the delivery of legal documents such as summons,
complaints, subpoenas, order to show cause, and writs.
One type of service is called “substituted service”. This legal process
of service is when the documents are left with an adult resident of the
named party at the target’s home, or with a management level employee at
their place of business. There are also circumstances when posting in a
prominent place (followed up by a certified mail copy) is an accepted
method of service.
Who can serve papers?
When service of process was first instituted, it was performed by
sheriffs or deputies, and agents of the court. This became a burden on
law enforcement, so the legislation was changed. Now, in many states,
any US citizen that is not a party to the case, over the age of 18, and
residing in the state where the matter is to be tried can serve papers.
Keep in mind that process serving laws differ from state to state and
may change. Some states require a that process server be licensed, some
require registration with the county and in some states they are
required to post a surety bond. Visit the State Rules of Civil Procedure
section of your state to learn more about service of process in your
state. We firmly believe you will get the best results by using a
local, professional process serving company over the sheriff.
What does a Legal Process Server Do?
A legal process server delivers (serves) these documents to the
defendant or individual listed on the legal document being served. Once
the documents are delivered, an Affidavit of Service, also called a
Proof of Service, is notarized and given to the party who requested the
What are the benefits of using our services for
your process server needs?
We are professional and knowledgeable private process servers. You
will save time and money, and you will have a shorter chain of
communication regarding your serves should you have questions regarding
the status of your service.
Most importantly, by utilizing our services you have a place to go
if you ever have problems with your service.
How much does it cost to get papers served?
On average, the cost of a routine service can range anywhere from $35 –
$150. Prices can be lower in some states and higher in others. As the
serve becomes more difficult or costly for the process server, you can
expect to pay more. You may incur additional mileage fees or skip
tracing fees if you need the person located. Additionally, if you have a
rush serve or you need papers served the next day, early morning or late
evening, or on a holiday you can expect to pay more.
When getting a price quote from a process server you will want to ask a
couple questions… “What is your turn-around time? (How quickly can you
get this done?)” and “How many attempts do I get at the quoted price?”.
Can papers be faxed or mailed?
In many cases you will be able to fax or email papers to the process
server. You will need to find out if the original papers need to be
served before determining how you will get the papers over to the
How long does it take to get papers served?
Turn-around-time (or TAT) can vary from process server to process
server. However, this is something that can be determined in most cases
by you, which usually leads to a higher cost. Most process servers rates
for the following speeds of service:
Same Day Service
Rush Service (first attempt usually within 3 days)
Routine Service (first attempt with 5-7 days)
Where can defendants be served?
This depends on which state the papers are being served in or are coming
from. This is also an important reason why you need a process server. In
most states, you can serve anyone anywhere at anytime. In some states
like Virginia, Florida and others, you cannot serve someone at their
residence on Sundays, nor can you serve them when they are traveling to
and from a court of law. Some states don’t allow serves to occur on
holidays. Please check the laws in your state or consult with a
professional process server.
What if the person cannot be found or is evasive?
If the named party in the documents cannot be found, the court may allow
service by publication in a newspaper. Before this can happen, you may
be asked to prove to the court that a reasonable attempt was made to
actually serve the defendant or the person named. This is where the
hiring of a professional process server comes into play.
In some states a “Substitute Service” is acceptable. This is when
someone other than the defendant is served. This should be done only as
the last resort and shown as part of the Due Diligence process. Please
refer to the rules of civil procedure in your state.
Will a process server file my papers with the
Yes, is the short answer. Most process servers offer a suite of legal
support service including document filing. It is likely that you will
have to pay an additional fee for this service.
What if the person does not accept the papers?
In most cases they do not have to accept service in order for it to be
considered effective. If the defendant comes to the door but refuses the
papers, the process server may just have to leave them at their feet and
walk away. In some states proper service has been perfected if the
person admits to being the defendant and/or they actually touch or are
touched with the papers. Please refer to the service of process laws in
Do I need a process server?
First of all, it is important to know that many states require a process
server to be licensed. So in these states, the answer is yes.
Hiring a Legal Process Server is an important step in proceeding with a
court case. Process servers have the skills and experience to serve your
legal documents in timely and affordable manner and, more importantly,
serve them in accordance with the local and state process serving laws.
There are several requirements and constraints associated with the rules
of service of process. In some states you cannot serve on Sundays or
holidays. Some places do not allow papers to be served on a person
traveling to court. It is also very important to note that papers cannot
be served by someone who is involved in the case or legal proceeding.
If a serve is not done in accordance with these rules, this can hinder
your case from going forward or result in the dismissal of your case.
Improper Service also delays obtainment of evidence, which can cause
injunctions, court fees, and attorney’s fees.
If you are serious about your case, you want the papers to be served
properly. Paying a professional process server a nominal fee can save
Does a process server need to be licensed?
Not all states require a process server to be licensed. However, some
states require that process servers be registered in their county or
state, or appointed to serve in a specific county. The below states
require a process serving license.
What is an Affidavit of Service and a Proof of
An Affidavit of Service, also called a Proof of Service, is a signed
document provided to you by your process server upon completion of
serving your documents. Proof of Service states when, where, and who was
served. There are a number of other affidavits that can be provided to
you as a client. For instance, an Affidavit of Due Diligence may be
provided if the person to be served cannot be located.
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East Fort Lauderdale,
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Palm Beach Gardens,
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Florida Service of Process Services by County:
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Saint Lucie County
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Process Server Business Names,
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Writ Of Garnishment,
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Beach Private Investigator, Delray
Highland Beach Private Investigator,
Lake Worth Private Investigator,
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Plantation Private Investigator, Pompano
Beach Private Investigator, Wellington
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