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Are you a law firm, business, organisation, or private individual in Durham or the surrounding areas, or indeed anywhere in the UK, in need of a trustworthy and experienced professional agency to undertake process serving for you?
Bond Rees provide reliable and effective process serving to any law firm, landlord, letting agent, housing association, charity, financial group, local authority, government agency, business, private individual, or other organisation requiring our assistance throughout the United Kingdom.
We also act as a UK agent for any person or company located outside of the country in line with Hague Convention recommendation, can attend court in a witness capacity, and offer many other investigative and professional services to any individual or organisation requiring these such as person or debtor tracing.
Bond Rees consistently ensure an excellent service in all work we undertake and provide competent and trustworthy process serving; we welcome enquiry from any individual or organisation wanting to know more about our services or to hire a Bond Rees professional process server so contact us today.
Bond Rees provide process serving throughout the United Kingdom with many local branches located across the country including in the North-East city of Durham, home to an impressive Norman Cathedral and 11th-century castle.
Our widespread local offices provide a base for our British investigators and enable us to respond without issue to short notice or urgent process serving requests anywhere in the country with far more efficiency than most other providers.
Bond Rees are a well-established and highly experienced provider of professional process serving and have been operating in this field for many years, accumulating a wealth of satisfied customers and a high rate of repeat business and clients who know they can count on us to provide a reliable and excellent service.
Our private investigator teams consist of highly trained, competent, and experienced process servers with the abilities and attributes to undertake service to even difficult or evasive clients and to placate any situations of conflict or aggressive behaviour with confidence and respect.
Bond Rees understand the uncomfortable contexts in which process serving occurs and we always work to minimise any upset or antagonization to any defendant or individual and not fuel acrimony between any party and the individual we serve, especially in cases of family law.
We ensure absolute discretion, confidentiality, and data protection for every case and client and are a legitimate agency with all required professional indemnity insurance in place.
Bond Rees have the expertise to undertake process serving of any legal document or court papers you require, anywhere in the UK, including but not limited to examples such as:
Once in possession of the papers or document concerned and given authority to proceed by our client, Bond Rees will allocate a professional process server to your case who will attend the primary or home location to undertake service as soon as you require.
If service is successful, our agent will verify proof of identity and serve the document in person to the defendant. If unsuccessful, the process server will attempt 3 visits to the primary or home premises before attempting other locations such as a place of work or address of a family member or partner for example.
Bond Rees process servers are determined and persistent in cases of avoidant or evasive defendants, will employ legitimate methods to encourage contact, and can provide person or debtor tracing in situations or absconded defendants.
We always ensure that our client is kept fully informed and updated regarding any difficulties we experience and any potential unavoidable delays.
In the unlikely situation that Bond Rees are unable to complete service, we will provide our client with all required reports and evidence to facilitate application for third-party or substituted service.
At conclusion of service, Bond Rees will provide full confirmation and evidence of this such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit.
How much does process serving cost?
Contact Bond Rees on any of the below methods to obtain an instant and accurate no-obligation quote for process serving by us.
Can someone hide from a process server?
The defendant is not obliged to present themselves for serving and it is not uncommon for individuals to attempt to evade or avoid serving by various means including hiding.
However, other options beyond standard process serving are available such as third-party or substituted service, and this behaviour will not cease proceedings and is of little long-term benefit to the defendant in reality.
What locations do you provide a professional process server in?
Bond Rees cover the whole of the United Kingdom, with a local office in Durham, and can provide an experienced process server wherever you require.
Do I need to hire a professional process server?
Some legal papers must be served in person and with correct procedure applied. Using a professional process server ensures this is carried out correctly and adequately evidenced so there can be no denial of this by the other party of defendant and reduces risk of conflict or incident between parties.
In certain situations, such as the serving of a non-molestation or restraining order there is potential risk posed of harm and potential breach if an individual attempts to deliver this themselves and hiring a professional process server removes such risk.
To hire one of our professional process servers, just get in touch with Bond Rees via any of the methods detailed below and an advisor will call you straight back to assist and initiate process serving for you 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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