Author: A Barnes 12/21/2020 Constable Court Services
The Process Server is allowed to make as many attempts as necessary to serve the court documents. Most courts do not restrict the time, day, and hour for which a Process Server can come to your house. However, the court can give the Process Server up to as much as 180 days to serve the court documents, depending on the jurisdiction. Lots of Attorneys and Clients pay extra to have the Process Server to expedite the service. Rush and Same Day service has become a big demand in the Process Server Industry. I must make you aware that a Process Server really can’t predict the availability of the defendant. The things that look to be simple and easy can become the Server’s nightmare.
The Plaintiff or his/her Attorney does not set the precedence in how the law says service of process must be completed. The Summons is issued by the court and no one can supersede the order or manner in-which the summons is executed. The law is written to what the process server is allowed to do. There are special circumstances to which a summons can be served, such as a special order to post the premises, but the determination comes from the court and not the Attorney. Here is what the Process Server is allowed to do:
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