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SERVICE OF PROCESS IN NEW YORK

What is service of process?

Service of process is the procedure by which a party to a lawsuit gives notice of initial legal action to another party, court or administrative body in a effort to exercise jurisdiction over that person so as to enable that person to respond to the proceeding before the court, body or other tribunal. 994 more words

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FILING FOR AN ORDER OF PROTECTION IN FAMILY COURT.

You must go to the Help Center (“Petition Room”) between 8:30-5:00 Mon.- Fri. After you tell the clerk at the front desk you are there, you will be given forms to fill out, including one to write down the incidents of violence. 988 more words

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Michael Kazouris is Skip Tracer, Fugitive Recovery Specialist

Michael Kazouris is also authorized in his position as Process Server appointed by Hillsborough County and the Pinellas and Pasco County Sheriffs’ offices to perform skip traces.  172 more words

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New York Process Service

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What's the difference between serving and filing a document?

People often confuse service of process and filing a document with court.

Service is giving your legal papers to the other party in the case.  The purpose is to give the other party in the case  181 more words

Michael Kazouris Serves Legal Notice on Those Summoned by the Court

As the Process Server for Hillsborough County and the Pinellas and Pasco Sheriff’s Offices of Florida, Michael Kazouris files court papers and serves and retrieves legal documents.  135 more words

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Process Servers and You

 You’ve seen it in a countless number of courtroom movies and TV shows: a man or woman dressed in business attire hands an unsuspecting person an envelope as he or she says, “You’ve been served.” This simple yet important tradition has been a hallmark of the American justice system for over 100 years, and it continues to be a necessary action in most court proceedings. 361 more words

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