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Process is the general term for the legal document by which a lawsuit is started and the court asserts its jurisdiction over the parties and the controversy. In modern U.S. law, process is usually called a summons. A summons is a paper that tells a defendant that he is being sued in a specific court that the plaintiff believes has jurisdiction. Served with the summons is a complaint that contains the plaintiff's allegations of wrongdoing by the defendant, and the legal remedy sought by the plaintiff. The summons also informs the defendant that he has a specific number of days under the law to respond to the summons and complain
If the defendant does not respond, the plaintiff may seek a default judgment from the court granting the plaintiff the legal relief specified in the complaint. Rules of civil procedure and criminal procedure determine the proper form of legal process and how it should be served. The rules vary among federal and state courts, but they are meant to give the defendant notice of the proceedings and to command him to either respond to the allegations or to appear at a specific time and answer the claim or criminal. The concept of notice is critical to the integrity of legal proceedings. Due process forbids legal action against a person unless the person has been given notice and an opportunity to be heard. Process must be properly served on all parties in an action. Anyone who is not served is not bound by the decision in the case. Judicial Notice A person who believes that proper service has not taken place may generally challenge the service without actually making a formal appearance in the case.
Whether service was proper is usually determined at a pre-trial hearing. A defendant must request a special appearance before the court. A special appearance is made for the limited purpose of challenging the sufficiency of the service of process, or the personal jurisdiction of the court. No other issues may be raised without the proceeding becoming a general appearance. The court must then determine whether it has jurisdiction over the defendant, and whether service was proper. The Court will hold a hearing where there the Defendant will be present and the Process Server will also be present. The Judge will listen to testimony give by both parties and determine if the Process Server followed the Rules of Civil Procedure or were there circumstance of something done in irregularity, unusual manner or in error.
We Serve Judicial Notice For:
- EEOC Claims
- Serve Summons and Subpoenas in areas involving discrimination
- Unfair practices of rights and liberties
- Unfair Housing Issues
- Unfair Employment Issues
- Infringement of entitlements
- Serving court documents to your person-of-interest
- Violation of Individual Liberties
- Investigation Government sanctioned illegal behavior
- Child Support Enforcement
- Serve Divorce Documents
- Child Welfare Matters
- Child Abduction
- Establishing Paternity
- Probate Claims
- Serving Notice in Tax Sales
- Serving Notice in Foreclosures
- Landlord Tenant Matters
NATIONWIDE PROCESS SERVICE
Constable Court Services executes service of process in the most complete manner available. Pursuant to the Rules of Civil Procedure we will make every plausible attempt to effect service. We are prompt and will accomplish service in a timely manner, making as many attempts as the client prefers. Standard service can be accomplish within 48 hours of receiving the documents. Door-hangers are left at residential dwelling and pictures are taken of the dwelling to ensure due diligence is accomplished. With nationwide locations, there are no absorbent fees for out-of-state service.We are the industry leader in the service of process, "Serving the community wherever they may be."
UNDERSTANDING WHAT'S ARE STAKE
When proper service is execute given the court the jurisdiction to hear your case and render a disposition. If the Defendant ignores these pleadings or fails to participate in the proceedings, the court can decide a disposition in his/her absence. If a default is decided the Judge may awarded compensation to the Plaintiff.