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Bond Rees are an experienced and capable provider of professional process serving and have the coverage and resources to serve any legal papers in compliance with civil procedure and on time, whilst offering a personal service that facilitates any individual specification our client states.
We have highly trained and accomplished process server teams located at our many local offices throughout the United Kingdom, including in the upmarket area of Chelsea, known for its many high-end boutiques and restaurants along the King’s Road.
Our network of local branches equips us with the unrivalled ability to execute any, and all, short notice or urgent process serving requests, and we can also provide other professional services to assist with evasive defendants such as debtor tracing.
Our professional process serving is available to any legal firm, solicitor, local authority, credit provider, financial institution, housing association, landlord, government agency, business, or private individual, and we also offer the service to act as a UK agent for overseas clients as per Hague Convention protocol.
Bond Rees have a long history of successful, proficient and tenacious process serving, and the ability to serve any legal document, court order, or statutory demand whenever and wherever our client requires, with minimal notice required.
If you or your business need an efficient, experienced, and dependable process server in Chelsea or throughout the UK, contact Bond Rees today.
Bond Rees are dependable, professional, and highly experienced in professional process serving.
Our fully trained and proficient private investigator teams offer a personal service that ensures that our clients’ individual process serving needs are consistently met and are kept fully informed and updated regarding the progress of serving.
Bond Rees are a UK wide agency so we can serve any legal document wherever you require, in minimal timescales and avoiding any need for our clients to hire alternative agencies if they have numerous documents or geographic areas that require serving or if the target address needs to change at short notice.
We have numerous branches sited across the UK that facilitate local knowledge and allows us a significant advantage over our competitors when it comes to urgent process serving requirements.
Bond Rees provide a full quotation for our UK process server provision before you make any commitment to use us and this will be the full and final cost for the work agreed, regardless of any obstacle or challenge we incur with no unexpected fees added on.
Bond Rees are aware that process serving often relates to highly charged and emotive circumstances and undertake this in a respectful and responsible way with the aim of reducing discomfort for the defendant or individual concerned and with absolute discretion, confidentiality, and data protection as a matter of course.
We are a legitimate and conscientious UK process server with full and sufficient professional indemnity insurance.
Bond Rees have experience in and capacity for serving for all manner of legal documents including examples such as:
Once you have committed to hiring Bond Rees, we will allocate a professional process server to your case who will acquire documents and details and attend to attempt service within timescales required and in adherence with civil procedure and any individual client requests.
We will attempt 3 visits to the home or primary serving address before attempting to serve at other locations or well-known haunts of the defendant such as their place of work.
Bond Rees are tenacious and determined process servers, and we will apply legitimate techniques and strategies to encourage co-operation from the defendant if we ascertain they are at the premises and can also offer other professional services such as debtor tracing for particularly evasive individuals.
In the rare event that we cannot complete process serving Bond Rees will provide all required information and proforma to support application for third-party or substituted service and can proceed with this once instruction given as a secondary piece of work.
At the successful completion of service, we will issue all necessary and relevant confirmation of this such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit as required.
Can someone trick a process server?
Defendants have no obligation to co-operate with process serving and frequently try to avoid or trick a process server by pretending to be someone else or denying that they live at a property for example.
Bond Rees are highly experienced process servers who have encountered all of these behaviours before and have the skills, training, and attributes to firmly and tenaciously address this and will persist with service.
A defendant attempting to trick a process server will not cause proceedings to end and will provide no reward for the defendant in the long run; the best they can hope to achieve is a short delay to matters.
What can a process server not do?
Process servers cannot force entry to private property, impersonate an official such as a police officer or court official, or use threat, intimidation, or aggression to achieve service.
What areas do you provide process serving in?
Bond Rees cover the whole of the UK with many local offices situated throughout including in Chelsea; we can provide process serving wherever and whenever you need.
Can process serving be undertaken via email?
Certain legal documents need to be delivered in person and evidence of this provided so cannot take place through email.
A professional process server will ensure that the document reaches the right hands and provide robust evidence of this to prevent any defendant from being able to question or deny receipt.
Bond Rees can provide process serving right now, wherever you need it in the UK.
Just use any of the below options to get in touch with us and an experienced advisor will call you straight back to arrange professional process serving for you:
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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