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SERVICE OF PROCESS

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We Have One Principal Source For Serving The World With Nationwide Service In All 50 States

The Hague Service Convention established a more simplified means for parties to effect service in other countries call Process

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SERVICE OF PROCESS

The United States Constitutions under the Due Process Clause prevents all courts from exercising jurisdiction over defendants unless that  defendant has been served with a court summons from the plaintiff describing the complaint. The summons and all other accompanying documents are called process. The summons must be given to the defendant or a person of suitable age and discretion that lives in domicile with the defendant (lives in the same house as the defendant). It can also be mailed but in most cases mailing is not enough unless there is a green card with the defendants endorsed signature.

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INTERNATIONAL

SERVICE OF PROCESS

Each jurisdiction has rules regarding the appropriate service of process. Typically, a summons and other 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.

 

NATIONAL

SERVICE OF PROCESS

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.[1] In Canada the rules vary from province to province and can be governed differently depending on what the type of case (i.e. family, small claims, criminal, etc.).

 

LOCAL

SERVICE OF PROCESS

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. The defendant may contest the default in his or her home state. Service of process must be distinguished from service of subsequent documents (such as pleadings and motion papers) between the parties to the litigation.

 

WORLD

SERVICE OF PROCESS

 A judicial officer who is competent to serve process in the state of origin is permitted to send request for service directly to the central authority of the state where service is to be made. Upon receiving the request, the central authority in the receiving state arranges for service in a manner permitted within the receiving state, typically through a local court. Once service is effected, the central authority sends a certificate of service to the judicial officer who made the request. Parties are required to use three standardized forms: a request for service, a summary of the proceedings (similar to a summons), and a certificate of service.

Service on a defendant who resides in a country outside the jurisdiction of a 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, a court may permit service by publication, usually in a newspaper.

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Constable Court Services is a pioneer service provider in the process serving industry. As a  leader, we have provided vital resources and reliable service to our clients for over 30 years. Delivering court documents in every state in America. We have affected the lives of millions of people and cases across the United  States. With hundreds of thousands of legal documents served, our agency has been involved in some of the largest cases in the country. From railroad and airplane crashes to the opioid litigation involving the Department of Justice and the States of South Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Texas, Ohio, California Attorney Generals. Constable Court Services is the name that echoes around the country. “Serving the community wherever they may be.”

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