Process Server – Definition.

  • §  20-404. Definition.
    1. A process server is a person engaged in the business of serving or one who purports to serve or one who serves personally or by substituted service upon any person, corporation, governmental or political subdivision or agency, a summons, subpoena, notice, citation, or other process, directing an appearance or response to legal action, legal proceeding or administrative proceedings.

    2. A process serving agency is any person, firm, partnership, association, or corporation, other than an attorney or law firm located in this state, or city marshal, who maintains an office, bureau, or agency, the purpose of which is to assign or distribute process to individual process servers for actual service in the city of New York.
    3. For this subchapter, the service of five or more process in any one year shall be deemed to constitute doing business as a process server.

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