Process Serving FAQ

The below questions constitute those most frequently asked about 1st priority Process Servers — which our dedicated process servers provide in Kamloops, British Columbia.



What is a process server?

A process server is a person who serves (delivers) court documents such as Notices of Claim, summonses, subpoenas, complaints and other legal documents upon an opposing party (e.g., a defendant or an individual involved in a court case).




Does a process server need to follow any specific rules of service?

A process server must serve documents in strict accordance with legislation in the area of service. This may mean handing the documents to the defendant personally or sub-serving to someone in the same household/business. Once the documents are delivered, the process server must provide court notarized proof that the papers were served (e.g., Affidavit of Service or Proof of Service) to the requesting party.





Do I have to use a process server to serve papers? What are the advantages of using a professional process server?

*Have access to a wide network of other process servers thereby being able to easily get papers served in areas other than your local jurisdiction


*Have tools available to locate subjects when needed (skip trace)


*Are independent and not party to the proceedings in question and thereby have no vested interest in the proceeding or its outcome. This allows them to remain impartial while doing the job they have been tasked with.



Simply Email us your documents and we will take care of the rest!


Contact Us

Kamloops Office:

230-1210 Summit Drive

Kamloops, BC V2C 6M1


Prince George

389 Neff Crescent

Prince George, BC V2M 6M8


Williams Lake Office:

1709 Renner Road

Wiliams Lake, BC V2C 3B4




Fax: 1-250-984-0854



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