Process Server Great Yarmouth

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we provide process serving services to law firms

Do you need a dependable and capable professional process server in Great Yarmouth or anywhere in the United Kingdom?

Bond Rees are a highly established and accomplished private investigator agency who provide professional services such as process serving as well as person and debtor tracing throughout the entirety of the UK.

Our professional services are available to any legal firm, landlord, property agency, housing association, financial agency, local authority, government department, business, or private individual and we can also act as a UK agent for individuals or companies located overseas as per Hague Convention stipulation.

We have a dedicated team of British investigators who are highly trained and experienced in process serving and necessary civil procedure, and we are available anywhere in the country at any time to serve documents for you even with short notice or on an urgent basis.

If you or your business need a process server you can trust to deliver your documents, competently and on time, contact Bond Rees today.

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

Bond Rees are a renowned private investigation agency who operate across the United Kingdom with many offices situated amongst the towns and cities throughout including in the east coast resort town of Great Yarmouth, renowned for its long sandy beach.

Our professional investigator teams are located at our numerous branches and offer the advantage of local knowledge and the benefit to our clients that we can respond to any process serving request at short or urgent notice in any area of the country.

Our dedicated teams of British investigators are seasoned process servers with the skill sets and tenacity to complete service for even avoidant or difficult defendants and the attributes and abilities to manage situations of conflict or aggression with diplomacy and professionalism.

Bond Rees are an responsible and legitimate provider who operate with full compliance with all Data Protection Act and GDRP requirements and ensure complete discretion and confidentiality both during and after work for our clients and Bond Rees also, of course, have full professional indemnity insurance cover.

Documents we serve

Bond Rees have been providing a competent and dependable process serving provision for many years and our professional process servers have the experience and knowledge to serve all manner of legal documents 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

Our process servers are perseverant and dedicated to meeting the aims and needs of our clients and will start the process serving procedure promptly once hiring is confirmed, and we have the agreement of the client and possession of relevant documents or legal papers.

Bond Rees process servers will undertake 3 visits to conduct service at the primary or home address stated for the defendant or recipient, and if this is not successful, we will persist with service attempts at other premises known to hold opportunity for service such as a workplace or home of a partner or family member.

Where it is detected that the defendant may be present at the address but avoidant of service, our process servers will make use of legitimate tactics to encourage contact and allow service, and we are also able to provide person or debtor tracing in situations of extreme evasion or possible relocation.

In the rare event that Bond Rees cannot achieve process serving we will assist our client with all necessary information and evidence to support application for third-party or substituted service and help to reduce delay to proceedings however we can.

Once process serving has been undertaken, we will inform our client and provide all required confirmation to verify this such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit.

Process Server FAQs

Will proceedings have to stop if you cannot complete process serving?

Bond Rees are tenacious process servers and will make many attempts before admitting defeat! If process serving in its primary form is genuinely impossible, there are many other options such as third-party or substituted service and proceedings will not terminate due to this.

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 also many other options to complete process serving such as substituted service and trying to trick a server will not stop proceedings or benefit the defendant in the long term.

Can summons be served by email?

Specific legal documents, including summons, need to be delivered to the concerned party in person and verification of their identity obtained and sufficient evidence acquired that serving has been completed so process serving cannot be undertaken via email.

Can you serve my document at short notice?

Bond Rees cover the whole of the UK, including Great Yarmouth, and operate on a 24/7 basis; we are able to serve documents anywhere across the country within minimal timescales and can respond to any urgent request.

How to hire a process server in Great Yarmouth

If you would like to hire a Bond Rees experienced process server, just contact us using any of the options listed below and an advisor will call you back directly to arrange this 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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