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ALASKA RULES AND CIVIL PROCEDURE

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Alaska Process Server Licensing Requirements

Process servers must be licensed by the Commissioner of Public Safety. A surety bond of $15,000 must be posted by each process server. The bond applies principally to theft that may arise out of levies and executions. In order to receive a process server’s license, all applicants must pass a written examination. [Alaska Administrative Code, Title 13, section 067.5 thru 067.100] More information below under 067.30. Process Server Application and Supporting Documentsheading in the Other Applicable Information about Service of Process in Alaska section. Continue reading