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WHAT IS A PROCESS SERVER?

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WHAT IS A PROCESS SERVER?


Service of Process is the recognised legal method of notifying each party in a lawsuit that legal action is commencing.

This can be for numerous reasons including:

  • To give time to pay a debt before court action is commenced

  • To prepare for a hearing as a witness, applicant or respondent

  • To attend and give evidence at a hearing

  • To give notification of changes to hearing dates, times or types

  • To cease certain behaviour – known as an Injunction

  • To notify someone that they are a beneficiary

People or companies are notified by the fact that Process (Court Documents) have been Served upon them by a Process Server

As a Process Server is impartial to the lawsuit, any parties and any surrounding facts they are equipped to serve the Process Without Prejudice.

When the court documents have been served the Process Server will complete a Return of Service stating when they served the documents and if there was any adverse reactions from the person being served.

If a party refuses to be served by acting evasively or avoiding service the Process Server will report his or her findings to the court Judge who will make further decisions or recommendations.

A Judge can rule that someone has indeed been served with court documents (known as good service) if the process server can reliably inform the Judge that the Respondent was aware of the documents and chose to avoid receiving the same.

The Service of Documents can also be achieved by electronic means in certain cases.


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