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OKLAHOMA RULES AND CIVIL PROCEDURE

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Oklahoma Process Serving Requirements

Process servers are required to be licensed. Once licensed, a bond must be executed in the State of Oklahoma in the amount of $5,000. All applicants are also subject to a fee of $35 and be licensed to serve process in the county in which the license is issued. The other option for applicants could be a fee of $150 statewide licensing. The license states that process servers are officers of the court only for the service of process. No testing or education required. [Oklahoma Statutes Annotated §12-158.1] Continue reading