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Bond Rees are a nationwide agency and can provide proficient process serving or any other professional service such as debtor tracing in any area of the UK, and we also undertake work as a UK agent for individuals or organisations located outside of the country in line with Hague Convention recommendations.
We are a reliable, experienced, and competent provider of process serving and other professional services to any law firm, independent solicitor, landlord or letting agents, business, government agency, local authority, housing association, charity, and private individual or other client requiring these.
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.
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.
If you or your business require a professional process server in Darlington or, indeed, anywhere in the UK, contact Bond Rees today.
Bond Rees provide professional process serving throughout the British Isles and have branches sited across the country including in the large market town of Darlington known for its associations and contributions to early railway.
Our local branches offer us the advantage of local knowledge and the unrivalled capacity to meet any process serving requirement in any location at short notice or on an urgent basis.
Our many UK process server teams are all fully trained and knowledgeable in this area with the experience, skills, and personal attributes 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 circumstances related to process serving and act in a manner that seeks to minimise distress or discomfort for any individual or defendant and to not increase acrimony between either party especially in family law matters.
As an established private investigator agency, Bond Rees can also provide debtor tracing and many other investigative services that can be of invaluable help to undertaking successful process serving.
We are a responsible and ethical agency who guarantee complete discretion, confidentiality, and data protection, and have full professional indemnity insurance in place.
Bond Rees have experience in and ability to serve all manner of legal documents including examples such as:
Once hiring has been agreed and we have possession of the court papers or legal document concerned, Bond Rees assign a professional process server to your case who will attempt service at the primary location as soon as you require.
If the defendant is present and co-operative, 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 visits to the primary or home address before attempting other locations such as a place of work.
We are tenacious, persistent, and committed in cases of avoidant or evasive defendants and will employ legitimate tactics aimed at gaining contact with the recipient if we deem them to be at the property, and we can also offer person or debtor tracing in the case of extremely evasive defendants.
Bond Rees will keep our fully informed and updated regarding any challenges we encounter and any rare but potential unavoidable delays.
In the unlikely event that Bond Rees are unable to complete service, we will furnish our client with all documentation and reports necessary to facilitate application for third-party or substituted service and can undertake this also if required.
At the successful completion of service, Bond Rees will provide proforma and evidence for the client that this has taken place such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit.
What can process servers not do?
Process servers must not force entry to private property, impersonate another profession such as a police officer or court official, and must not use force, threat, or intimidation to achieve serving.
Is it illegal to evade process serving?
There is no legal obligation placed on the defendant to make themselves available for process serving although their efforts to evade not prevent legal proceedings from continuing as there are many other options available and attempts to evade will be of little long term benefit to the defendant.
Do I need a professional process server?
Hiring a professional process server ensures this process is carried out with correct procedure, prevents risk to involved individuals of aggression or conflict, and ensures that service is adequately evidenced so there can be no denial or challenge of this by the other party or defendant.
What happens if you can’t serve someone?
We will try other options such as other known addresses or locations to serve the individual and, if this fails, we will support application for substituted service and provide any further help and assistance we can with this. There is always a way and avoidant or uncooperative behaviour by the defendant will not prevent service.
If a recipient is extremely evasive, Bond Rees provide person or debtor tracing services in order to establish their location.
If you want to find out more, obtain a non-obligation quote, or hire a professional process server just get in touch via any of the methods provided below and a Bond Rees advisor will call you right back:
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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