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Colorado Process Server Laws

By: Undisputed Legal/Process Service Department

Process Server Requirements

 

Colorado does not have any education or registration requirements for private process servers. Colorado Rule of Civil Procedure 4(d) provides as follows:

(d) By Whom Served. Process may be served within the United States or its Territories by any person whose age is eighteen years or older, not a party to the action. Process served in a foreign country shall be according to any internationally agreed means reasonably calculated to give notice, the law of the foreign country, or as directed by the foreign authority or the court if not otherwise prohibited by international agreement.

COLORADO RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

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Colorado Process Server Licensing Requirements

Process may be served inside or outside this state by the sheriff of the county where the service is made, or by a deputy, or by any other person over the age of eighteen years, not a party to the action. Continue reading