Process Server Glasgow

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we provide process serving services to law firms

At Bond Rees we understand the importance and consequence of undertaking process serving competently, with full regard for civil procedure, and in required timescales and you can count on us to consistently meet your process serving needs and expectations.

We are a national professional private investigation agency, and we offer process serving as well as other professional services such as person or debtor tracing to any legal firm, landlord, housing association, local authority, financial provider, government department, business, or private individual across the United Kingdom.

Bond Rees are highly experienced and accomplished in the field of process serving and have been operating in the industry for many years accumulating a wealth of satisfied customers and an impressive rate of regular and recurrent repeat business.

We can provide process serving anywhere in the country that you require and within any timescale, even with urgent or short notice, and can also accommodate any individual specification or requirement as part of our bespoke and personal service.

Why choose Bond Rees to act as your process server in Glasgow?

Bond Rees operate across the whole of the United Kingdom and have the benefit of many local branches situated in cities and towns throughout including in the Scottish port city of Glasgow, now renowned for being a national cultural hub.

Our network of branches provides us with the ability and advantage to offer our clients local knowledge and the capacity to respond without delay to any process serving requirement at urgent or short notice, anywhere in the country.

Our British investigators are highly experienced and fully trained process servers who have the know-how and acumen to conduct proficient process serving in line with civil procedure and resolve any situations of aggression or evasion with professionalism, respect, and a de-escalating approach.

Bond Rees provide process serving in a legitimate and ethical manner and have full professional indemnity insurance cover and ensure total discretion and confidentiality in accordance with the Data Protection Act and GDPR for every client and piece of work we undertake.

Documents we serve

Bond Rees have all the coverage, facilities, and human resources to be able to reliably serve any legal document, at any time, and wherever you need us including examples such as:

  • Court order
  • Debt order
  • Statutory demand
  • Bankruptcy petition
  • Family and children court proceedings
  • Witness summons
  • Occupation order
  • Divorce papers
  • Non-molestation order / prohibited steps order / restraining order (injunctions)
  • Section 21 Notices and Break Notices
  • Claim forms, summons and writs

Our Process

We will assign a Bond Rees trained process server to your case as soon as you are ready to proceed and will obtain documents commence with initial attempts to serve.

Bond Rees provide 3 attempts to process serve at the home or primary address and employ legitimate and ethical approaches and techniques to facilitate contact and enable process serving if the defendant or recipient behaves in an evasive or non-compliant manner.

If we are unable to undertake service at the home address, our process servers will try to serve at other places that offer potential for this such as a workplace or other address or premises that the defendant is reported to frequently attend.

Once we are able to process serve, we will carry this out with full regard for civil procedure and ensuring verification of identity and evidence of service.

At the successful conclusion of process serving, we will inform our client and forward confirmation of this such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit as applicable.

In the uncommon event that our professional process server fails to complete process serving, Bond Rees will issue the client with all reports and proof they require to make application for third-party or substituted service and to reduce any potential delay to proceedings.

In cases wherein the defendant or recipient appears to have absconded or moved address, Bond Rees can also provide professional services such as person or debtor tracing if requested.

Process Server FAQs

Why do I need to hire a professional process server?

Process serving is an integral element of legal proceedings and documents need to be served accurately, with correct procedure, and adequate evidence of service obtained to ensure no opportunity for the defendant or recipient to challenge or deny service has occurred.

Hiring a professional not only makes certain that this is provided, but also prevents any personal risk of confrontation or conflict, keeps individuals safe, and removes the potential of increased acrimony occurring between any party.

How quickly can you serve my legal document?

Bond Rees cover the whole of the UK and operate on a 24/7 basis; we have a substantial team of professional process servers and can serve any document as soon as you require.

What will happen if a defendant cannot be served?

If service of the defendant themselves proves impossible there are other options that can be used such as third-party or substituted service where documents can be served to another connected person, and this will not cause proceedings to have to terminate.

How much does it cost to hire a Bond Rees process server?

To obtain an accurate, instant, and non-obligation quote for your process server requirement anywhere in the UK, just contact Bond Rees on any of the options provided below.

How to hire a process server in Glasgow

To enquire about any of our professional services or hire an experienced process server quickly and easily, just contact Bond Rees via any of the options below and an advisor will be directly in touch:


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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