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Oregon Process Server Licensing Requirements
Any person over the age of 18 and not a party may serve process in Oregon. State law requires that any person who serves a Writ of Garnishment must have E&O coverage with minimum limits of $100,000. [Oregon Revised Statutes § 29.165]
DID YOU KNOW? Oregon Process Serving Laws
•An Oregon summons must contain these notices to the parties being served (click here)
•Substituted service in Oregon at a residence can be made upon any person 14 years or older Continue reading