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ABOUT PROCESS SERVICE

If you need to serve a court document anywhere in Canada for any reason, you need to locate a qualified process server. CanLaw will help you.

COURTS REQUIRE SWORN PROOF THAT YOU SERVED

ALL THE REQUIRED LEGAL OR COURT DOCUMENTS.

 

Courts require sworn proof that the other side was served with each document

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A PROCESS SERVER IS THE BEST PROOF

YOU CAN GET.

 

DON'T TAKE A CHANCE ON THE COURT REJECTING YOUR DOCUMENTS. SERVE THEM BY PROCESS SERVER.

 

You must be sure your legal documents follow the rules for process service.

WHAT IS A PROCESS SERVER?

A process server is a person who serves a Statement of Claim, Plaintiff's Claims, Summonses or other legal documents upon an opposing party.

WHY USE A PROCESS SERVER?

A process server can safely, efficiently and legally serve your legal documents and provide the proof of service demanded by the courts. Service or notice is usually provided by presenting the party in question with the appropriate court documents

PROCESS SERVERS GENERALLY OFFER THESE SERVICES:

  • Service of Process: Process servers will handle most document services on your behalf. They serve Statements of Claims, summonses, complaints, writs, subpoenas, and other legal documents.
  • Issuing and Filing at the Court: Process servers will attend local courthouses on your behalf to file or issue documents in a new action or add to an existing file.
  • Litigation Searches: Process servers will attend the local courthouses and search court records for requested documents

WHAT DOES IT COST?

Generally, process servers charge a flat rate for each attempted service and a mileage charge. The costs probably will average about $100 for common situations, but always ask for a quote before retaining any Process Server.

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