Process Server London

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we provide process serving services to law firms

Bond Rees provide 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 throughout the UK.

We also act as a UK agents for clients located abroad in compliance with Hague Convention principles.

We offer reliable and proficient professional process serving in any location across the United Kingdom and have the experience and resources to ensure an excellent service and that your legal document or order reaches the right hands, on time.

We are a responsible and ethical agency and always prioritise discretion, confidentiality, and data protection for every client and case we work with, both during and after our involvement with you, and have full professional indemnity insurance to cover any eventuality.

If you require an experienced and expert provider to undertake your process serving, contact Bond Rees today.

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

Bond Rees operate across the entirety of the United Kingdom with branches situated throughout including in London, our capital city and famous for a million reasons not least as the home of the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and the high end shopping areas of the West End, as well as being a centre of art and culture.

Our many local offices offer us a significant advantage over competitors when it comes to invaluable local knowledge and the ability to respond to any last minute or urgent process requirement wherever you need us, even in London where our central branch provides a convenient base for our British investigators.

Our teams of professional investigators have full training, and extensive experience and expertise in process serving as well as the skills and qualities to professionally resolve any instances of conflict or aggression, and to prevent further acrimony between any party with particular regard for family law proceedings.

Bond Rees provide persistent and tenacious process servers who are resolved yet considerate and legally compliant throughout their work, making use of tactics and strategies to encourage engagement and achieve service even in situations where a defendant attempts to trick, evade, or hide from them.

Bond Rees ensure process serving is carried out with full regard for civil procedure and can also tailor this to include any specific requirements or requests as part of our personal service.

Documents we serve

Bond Rees have the coverage, capacity, and human resources to serve any legal document anywhere in the UK within advised timescales including the following examples:

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

Our Process

Bond Rees conduct 3 visits to the home or primary location to attempt process serving in compliance with civil procedure and taking care to ensure verification of identity of the defendant or recipient.

If the home or primary address fails to yield desired results, we will attempt other addresses that offer possibility for service such as a workplace or any other potential locations as advised by our client or recommended by other persons present at the home address.

If the defendant or recipient may have absconded or relocated, we can also provide person or debtor tracing services to assist with this obstacle.

Once process serving has been completed, Bond Rees will make our client aware and furnish them with all required documentation and proof to verify this such as a certificate or statement of service or sworn affidavit.

In the unlikely event that our professional process servers cannot successfully complete service Bond Rees will provide our client with any reports, information, and evidence they require for application for third-party or substituted service and to help as much as possible to prevent any avoidable delay to proceedings.

Process Server FAQs

Can a defendant refuse process serving?

A defendant has no legal obligation to assist process serving but whilst they can decline to accept documents by hand, they are unable refuse service itself as the server can place the documents in their physical proximity and within view and evidence that this has occurred, and this constitutes service.

Will proceedings terminate if you cannot serve someone?

There are many options that can be employed when it comes to process serving and even if a defendant cannot be located, is hiding from the process server, or employing some other methods to prevent themselves from being served, this will not cause proceedings to terminate.

Application can be made for third-party or substituted service wherein documents can be served to another connected individual or notice of service can be provided through other means; the only likely impact to proceedings is some form of delay.

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

To obtain an accurate and full quotation for your process serving requirement with no pressure to proceed with hiring us, just contact Bond Rees today using any of the options provided below.

How quickly can you serve my document?

Bond Rees cover the entirety of the UK with local branches distributed throughout including in central London; we have British investigators ready and available to undertake process serving wherever and whenever you need and even with minimal notice or on an urgent basis.

How to hire a process server in London

Its fast and easy to hire a process server from Bond Rees; get in touch via any of the methods detailed below and an advisor will call you straight back to get your process serving up and running without delay:

WhatsApp: https://wa.link/91ew91

Text: 07792 762 511

Email: bondrees@gmail.com

Telephone: 0800 773 4931

Or you can just fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.

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