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Process Server

A person authorized by law to deliver papers, typically the complaint, to the defendant.

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Service of Process.

process server

n. a person who serves (delivers) legal papers in lawsuits, either as a profession or as a government official, such as a deputy sheriff, marshal or constable. (See: service of process)

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Unless attorneys choose to give their usernames and passwords to process servers to e-file cases, then process servers cannot do so.
Like most process servers, Rebecca usually tries to avoid confrontation and leaves the location as soon as she hands people the document.
Estin, who has been called to be an expert witness in trials about violence against process servers, said he would recommend that Maass file charges against Harris.
Ohio's servicers and attorneys have made strong efforts to battle the state's high rate of foreclosures, and the Ohio Professional Process Servers Association is in position to help servicers guide additional policies and maintain a high level of ethical standards in today's marketplace," Ashcraft said.
Process Server Company Expands Staff, Servicer Network and Geographic Footprint
Now adding Process Servers for Florida, Texas & California.
JJL's online licensing initiative follows successful debuts for TrueServe at recent industry conventions, including the 28th Annual Conference of the National Association of Process Servers (NAPPS) in Orlando, FL, April 29-May 1, 2010; and, the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys (NARCA) 2010 Spring Collection Conference in Washington, D.
Interface with Process Server Solution Helps Industry Manage Volume More Efficiently
Lawdex timed their announcement to coincide with the annual conference of the National Association of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS) meeting this weekend in Portland, Oregon where Lawdex will demonstrate its live system.
Last fall, Lawdex signed an extended agreement to provide e-filing services for the state's largest attorney services association, The California Association of Photocopiers and Process Servers (CAPPS).
Nsite, a leading software-as-a-service company, and Lawdex, a provider of e-filing solutions to courts, attorneys and clients, today announced that a jointly developed, electronic document delivery and e-filing solution for the legal services industry has been deployed by 31 California legal support firms since October, when Nsite and Lawdex forged an agreement with the California Association of Photocopiers & Process Servers (CAPPS).
Deployed at Fortune 500 companies across diverse industries and federal government entities, Intersperse Manager provides manageability and visibility into software components across application, integration, and process servers, and it can be extended to manage integrated homegrown, legacy, and packaged applications.