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Bond Rees have been serving a comprehensive range of legal documents over many years and have an established track record for ensuring fast, dependable, successful, and cost-effective completion of process serving.
We are a highly experienced provider of process serving and other professional services to private individuals, businesses, law firms, Government agencies, independent solicitors, housing associations, landlords, charities, local authorities and any other individual or organisation requiring our assistance.
Bond Rees cover the whole of the UK and can undertake process serving or any other professional service anywhere in the United Kingdom and can also act as an agent for individuals or organisations based outside of the UK as per Hague Convention guidelines.
If you require an effective, efficient, and reliable professional process server in Crewe or throughout the UK, contact Bond Rees today.
Bond Rees fully comprehend the vital part that process serving plays within legal proceedings and the significant consequences if this goes wrong; we serve legal documents proficiently, on time, and with full regard for any personal service specification and civil procedure.
We have many Bond Rees branches distributed within towns and cities across the UK including in the railway town of Crewe, home to Crewe Works as well as a thriving live music scene and many shops, bars, and pubs.
Our many local offices provide us with a significant lead over our competitors when there is a requirement to serve a document urgently or at short notice, as well as removing any issue or lengthy delay to process if the recipient address changes or the defendant relocates.
Our professional investigators are experienced in the serving of legal documents and have the qualities and skills to successfully serve avoidant or evasive individuals and deal with any situations of aggression or conflict in a de-escalating and diplomatic manner.
Bond Rees undertake process serving with respect and awareness of the often difficult circumstances this involves and seek to alleviate distress to defendants and not exacerbate acrimony between any party especially in cases of family law.
In the uncommon situation that we cannot serve documents, we furnish our client with all the evidence and information they require from us to enable application for deemed or substituted service and for proceedings to progress with minimal delay.
Bond Rees prioritise discretion, confidentiality, and data protection at all times, have full professional indemnity insurance in place, and always aim to provide every client with an excellent service.
Bond Rees have been serving legal documents with success and proficiency for many years and have the experience and expertise to serve any legal document to any location in the UK at any time our client requires.
Examples of the types of documents we serve every day include:
Bond Rees follow correct protocol and undertake process serving accurately and efficiently for our clients, meeting urgent timescales where necessary and providing documentation and evidence as required.
We will attend the home address as instructed with minimal delay on obtaining documents concerned and deliver the required papers in person, obtaining proof of identification from the defendant.
If we cannot serve papers on our initial attempt, we will make 3 attempts at the home address and engage legitimate skills and techniques where necessary with evasive or difficult individuals to elicit engagement and can also provide person or debtor tracing if the need occurs.
Bond Rees are tenacious and dedicated process servers and will further attempt serving at other locations relevant to the defendant such as their place of work if the home address fails to achieve results.
In the rare situation that we cannot complete service we will assist with application for, and undertaking of, third-party or substituted service where this is appropriate.
Once process serving is achieved Bond Rees will provide our client with all completed and necessary documentation to verify process serving has been carried out such as the certificate or statement of service or Sworn Affidavit.
Can a defendant try to trick a process server?
It is not uncommon for defendants to try to evade or trick process servers and Bond Rees are highly experienced in detecting this and have many strategies to counter such behaviour. There are many options to complete process serving and trying to trick a server will not stop proceedings of benefit the defendant in any way.
Can a defendant refuse to be served?
A defendant can decline to accept documents by hand but cannot refuse service as the server can place the documents in their physical proximity and within view and evidence that this has occurred, and this constitutes service.
What happens if a process server cannot locate the target?
If all attempts fail to complete initial serving there are many further options available and this will not cause proceedings to terminate. Service can be undertaken via substituted or third-party service which enables a document to be served to another named adult if consent is given and notice can also be given through other methods such as social media in extenuating circumstances.
What can process servers not do?
A process server is not allowed to enter private property by force or breaking in, cannot achieve serving through verbal or physical aggression or threat, must not make false claim of official role such as a police officer, and must not disclose any information about the document or person receiving it to any other party.
If you or your business need an experienced process server, contact Bond Rees using any of the below methods and an advisor will call you back without delay to arrange this service:
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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