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Does a process server have to be licensed in Florida?
Process servers in Florida must be appointed by a Sheriff with some exceptions. The requirements and exceptions are listed under the 48.021 Process; by whom served, 48.27 Certified process servers and 48.29 Certification of process servers Continue reading