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Do you or your Salisbury area business need a reliable and experienced professional process server that you can depend on to deliver any legal document or court order to any location countrywide with correct process and in your required timescales?
Bond Rees are a private investigation agency with the facilities and experience to offer proficient and trustworthy process serving throughout the United Kingdom for any clients including any law office, local authority, government agency, landlord, housing association, business, or private individual.
We can also provide a wide range of effective UK wide or Salisbury private investigator services including the likes of covert surveillance, background checks, lie detector testing, asset locating, corporate investigation, and cohabitation investigation to name but a few.
Bond Rees are a responsible and diligent service provider and our professional process server agents have the skills, knowledge, and personal attributes to conduct tenacious and resilient process service whilst also demonstrating respect and understanding in emotive situations such as cases relating to family law or child support matters.
We prioritise confidentiality and data protection and offer a personal service that can accommodate any individual need or requirement.
If you would like to speak with one of our professional staff members about your Salisbury process server need or UK process service requirement, or any of our private investigator provisions, contact Bond Rees today.
Just use any of the options provided below to contact our customer service department and receive a quick answer to any query or book in your process server Salisbury or UK service:
Text: 07792 762 511
Telephone: 0800 773 4931
Or you can just fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.
Bond Rees are a substantial and well-established company with a network of branches distributed throughout the United Kingdom that allow us to meet any client process server requirement on a short notice or urgent basis with ease and the benefit of local knowledge that can be invaluable to a seasoned process server.
We have a local office in the city of Salisbury in the county of Wiltshire renowned for its impressive cathedral with a 123m spire and the iconic stone circle of Stone Henge. This office covers the entirety of the city and a wide radius of the surrounding areas.
We offer a fixed fee quotation for your service package that is easily and quickly obtainable through contacting us via any of the methods provided on this page and allows you to know upfront what you will be paying unlike court service and bailiff process serving which can often run up many unexpected costs and fees.
We operate on a 24 hour and 7 day a week basis so can process serve whenever you require, even out of office hours and at weekends, and we cover the whole of the United Kingdom so can attend at any location you need us to.
To book your process server Salisbury or UK service with Bond Rees today, contact us via any of the options detailed below and a helpful advisor will be directly in touch:
Text: 07792 762 511
Telephone: 0800 773 4931
Bond Rees serve a broad range of legal and court document for our clients across the nation on a daily basis including examples such as:
Bond Rees provide a reliable and proficient process server service throughout the entirety of the United Kingdom with our local branch network and 24/7 hours of operation meaning that we are always available to our clients whenever and wherever they need us and can respond at short notice or for urgent service requests without issue.
Once we have agreement from our client to proceed and possession of the relevant documents which can be emailed to us or which we can collect depending on the specific circumstances of the case or court requirements we will start the process of service without delay.
We provide 3 visits to the primary location for service as advised by our client and this may be the home address or could be another place such as a place of work or partner address that is understood to offer significant possibility of service.
Once service is completed, we will inform our client on an immediate basis and also report any observations or findings we incur which we feel may be of use, and, of course, provide all necessary confirmation of service such as a statement of service or affidavit.
In the very rare circumstances that we are unable to complete service we will equip our client with all possible information and evidence to assist with application for substituted service or any other next steps they wish to take.
What information does a process server need?
Obviously, it is important to have a full name and address although we do provide an effective and fast person tracing service if the address is unknown or the defendant is found to have relocated.
Its really helpful to supply as much information as you can and date of birth, a photograph of the defendant, any other known frequented locations, and any known risks such as history of violence or drug use are all beneficial for a process server to know.
How quickly can Bond Rees serve my court papers?
As quickly as you require; we operate across the UK on a 24/7 basis with no wait times or delay and can serve your legal document as soon as you need us to.
Can a person hide from a process server?
There is no legal obligation on a defendant to present for service and it is common for people to try to evade a server, but our professional investigators are highly experienced and knowledgeable regarding avoidance tactics and have plenty of their own countermeasures up their sleeves!
If, however, service proves wholly impossible there are other options available such as substituted service and an evasive defendant will not result in proceedings being unable to progress or, in fact, in any benefit for the defendant long term.
Why do professional process servers cost more than court service bailiffs?
Court bailiffs charge per visit so the reality is, despite initial appearances, that they will often end up costing significantly more before they complete your process service.
Also, there is no waiting list with professional process servers saving you delayed proceedings and potentially more money long term, and they are also far more committed and tenacious and specialist than bailiffs meaning a far more improved likelihood of service being achieved and within your required timescales.
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