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If you or your business need reliable and proficient professional process serving anywhere in the United Kingdom, Bond Rees are the agency with experience and resources to ensure excellent service and that your document reaches the right hands, on time.
We offer professional process serving to any law firm, landlord, letting agent, housing association, charity, financial group, local authority, government agency, business, private individual, or other organisation as well as other professional services including person or debtor tracing across the UK.
Bond Res can also act as a UK agents for clients based overseas in accordance with Hague Convention principles.
We are a conscientious and considerate provider and ensure complete discretion, confidentiality, and data protection for every client and case we are involved with, both during and after our work for you, and have full professional indemnity insurance to cover any eventuality.
If you require an experienced and professional company to undertake your process serving, contact Bond Rees today.
Bond Rees operate across the whole of the United Kingdom with local offices located throughout including in Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland and home of the impressive Edinburgh Castle.
Our numerous branches enable local knowledge and the capacity to respond with unrivalled expedience to any urgent or minimal notice process serving request and provide a local base for our British investigators to ensure every client receives the excellent service we aim to consistently ensure.
Our teams of professional investigators have significant training, experience and expertise in process serving and the skill sets and attributes to effectively manage incidents of conflict or aggression, and to minimise exacerbation of acrimony between any party especially in cases of family law.
We conduct process serving with persistence and tenacity and will be robust yet respectful and legitimate in our work, employing tactics and methods to achieve engagement and service where a recipient attempts to trick, evade, or hide from our process servers.
Bond Rees undertake process serving in full compliance with civil procedure and can customise our service to facilitate any specific requirements or requests as part of our personal service.
Our British investigators have the knowledge, experience, and skill sets to serve any legal document anywhere in the UK within advised timescales including the following examples:
Bond Rees will undertake 3 visits to the home or primary location to attempt process serving in adherence with procedure and will obtain verification of identity of the defendant or recipient.
If attempts at the home address fail to result in process serving, we will attend other addresses known to offer opportunity for service such as a workplace or any other potential premises as advised by our client or recommended by other persons present at the home address.
If it is suspected that the defendant or recipient may have absconded or relocated, we can also undertake person or debtor tracing services to assist with this issue.
On successful completion of process serving, Bond Rees will advise our client and proceed to equip them with all required proforma and proof to officially confirm this such as a certificate or statement of service or sworn affidavit.
In the uncommon circumstances that our professional process servers are unable to complete service successfully we will make certain that we furnish our client with any reports, information, and evidence they require to make application for third-party or substituted service and to minimise any avoidable delay to proceedings.
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 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.
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 information does a process server need?
It is beneficial to process serving if you can provide as much information about the defendant or recipient as possible; full name, date of birth, home address, work address, any other known frequented locations, and a current photograph can all be extremely useful.
However, do not be overly worried if you do not have all of this information as we can still undertake process serving with limited or basic details where necessary.
If you would like to enquire about any of our professional services or hire a Bond Rees professional process server, contact us via any of the communication methods detailed below and one of our advisors will be in touch directly to assist 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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