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proc′ess serv`er


n.
a person who serves subpoenas or other legal documents, esp. those requiring appearance in court.
[1605–15]
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Now Mayorga's team have asked the official process servers to deliver the summons and complaint.
While, attendance of witnesses would be ensured through process servers for which SP-Investigation police officers of each district will act as a focal person.
Services can be provided almost anywhere in the country with Aubor Group's strategic partnership with ServeNow, the country's leading network of process servers.
Thirdly, the attendance of witnesses would be ensured through process servers for which SP-Investigation police officers of each district will act as a focal person liaising with the process servers.
The haul, uncovered by specialist bailiffs at Birmingham Process Servers (BPS), was hidden on ledges below drain-grates at the car park.
He said the process servers were given new motorcycles and phones and all these facilities were provided from the LHC sources, whereas no additional budget was demanded from the government on account of these facilities.
Process servers aren't the only ones having trouble locating Rogers.
MULTAN -- A training camp was organised for district courts officials, including process servers, Alhmuds and bailiff here on Monday.
The E-filing Authority's Board of Directors voted recently to disable that electronic option for process servers in order to comply with Fla.
The company has included an itemized list of its costs from the five-month trial in new court documents, including 540,000 dollars for models and blow-up court exhibits, 118,000 dollars for unnecessary depositions, 53,000 dollars for process servers and 20,000 dollars for 1,000 pages of jury instructions and other documents.
Christy Albin, Lady of the Lake Process Servers; Mitch Allen of St.
Clients may contact self-employed process servers, like Rebecca, or hire someone through a company that specializes in process serving.

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