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Bond Rees are an experienced and reliable provider of professional process serving who cover the whole of the United Kingdom with branches located in many towns and cities throughout including Burnley.
We have the coverage and capacity to serve any legal document or papers, statutory demand, or court order anywhere in the country and at the shortest of notice or in situations where urgent service is required.
Every one of our British investigators are a highly trained and experienced process server who will ensure your document reaches the right hands, on time, and that you are equipped with all the evidence you need to refute any claim that papers were not received.
Bond Rees offer professional process serving to any client requiring this including any legal firm, solicitor, Local Authority, Government Agency, Housing Association, charity, business, or private individual and offer a personal service, accommodating any individual need or specification.
We are also able to act as a UK agent for any business or individual located overseas and requiring process serving in the UK in line with Hague Convention recommendations.
If you or your business require a professional process server in Burnley or, indeed, anywhere in the UK, contact Bond Rees today.
Bond Rees have the experience, knowledge, and expertise to consistently and reliably provide our clients with effective, tenacious, and accurate process serving in compliance with their needs and all civil procedure.
We are also able to provide all documents necessary for third-party or substituted service application and undertake this for our client in the unlikely event that we have been unable to complete initial service.
Bond Rees cover the whole of the UK with many local offices, including in Burnley, which allows our process servers to respond with great expedience to any request, providing us with a huge advantage when a legal document needs to be served on an urgent basis.
Our numerous UK process server teams are all highly trained and experienced in the field with the backgrounds, skill sets, and qualities to achieve service with even the most evasive or difficult defendants and to manage situations of conflict with respect and resolve.
We understand the often emotive or antagonizing circumstances surrounding process serving and act in a manner that seeks to minimise distress or exacerbation of this for any individual or defendant and to not encourage further acrimony between either party especially in family law matters.
As an established private investigator agency, Bond Rees can also offer debtor tracing and many other investigative services that can be of invaluable assistance to achieving process serving.
We are a responsible and ethical agency and have full professional indemnity insurance in place.
Bond Rees have the capacity, coverage, and manpower to serve any legal document, anywhere in the UK, on time.
Examples of the types of documents we serve regularly for our clients include:
Once hired and in receipt of the court papers or legal document concerned, Bond Rees allocate a professional process server to your case who will attend the primary location to attempt service as soon as you require.
If successful, our agent will obtain and record proof of identity and serve the papers in person, by hand. If unsuccessful, the process server will make 3 further attempts at the primary or home address before trying other locations such as a place of work.
We will be robust and persevere in cases of avoidant or evasive defendants.
Bond Rees will ensure that our client remains fully informed and updated regarding any challenges we encounter and any potential unavoidable delays.
In the rare circumstances that Bond Rees are unable to achieve service, we will provide all documentation and reports necessary to facilitate application for third-party or substituted service and can undertake this also if instructed by our client.
At the successful conclusion of service, Bond Rees will complete confirmation and evidence for the client that this has taken place such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit.
What happens if you cannot find the defendant to serve papers?
Bond Rees are determined process servers and will try other addresses or locations that the defendant may be at if they evade service at their home address.
If the defendant has moved or relocated or gone into hiding, Bond Rees are able to provide person tracing and debtor tracing as an additional service to resolve this.
In the rare event that we are unable to serve the defendant in person, we will assist our client to gain consent for third-party or substituted service and proceedings will not be affected other than perhaps experiencing some slight delay.
What areas can Bond Rees offer process serving in?
Bond Rees cover the whole of the UK with many local offices situated throughout meaning that we can serve any legal document, at any location in the country and in minimal timescales.
How much does it cost to hire a Bond Rees process server?
You can contact Bond Rees using any of the below options and speak to a helpful advisor who will be able to provide a full and final fixed fee, instant and no-obligation quotation for your process serving requirement.
Can a defendant refuse to accept service?
The defendant can refuse to take documents by hand but cannot refuse service once in a position of being able to see the process server and the process server being able to see them, as the process server can just place documents on the floor or any surface near to the defendant if they will not personally take possession of these.
Its quick and easy to hire a Bond Rees process server; just contact us using any of the methods provided below and an advisor will call you right back and get your process serving arranged without delay:
Text: 07792 762 511
Telephone: 0800 773 4931
Or you can just fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.
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