Apr 06, 2022
In General Discussion
Therefore service by "Agent" is possible if and only if the Agent to be used is a qualified legal professional in the country of service. It is a interesting anecdote, that I Email Database found an "International service of process company in Spain" that also does "plumbing" services from the same office, a business run by a felon issuing affidavits even to service completed to non Email Database existing address or people he never saw.. It is a shame that Justices and Attorneys in North America often, accept, for international service of process. Affidavits of persons that do not offer any guarantees or have the essential "Public trust", looking down and with disrespect the rights of defendants and the Email Database laws of procedure of a foreign country. Indeed, employing anyone for international service of process, is a disregard on justice and disrespect for International and local law. To serve properly you must Email Database respect foreign laws of procedure! You must understand the European concepts involved in a "Procedural Notification" and respect for "Justice". Finally, art. 10 c, considers as "Agent" a Judicial officer or bailiff. Service by these agent depend on the kind of person to served: Physical or Juridical. In some jurisdictions, serving a corporation must be to a "Registered Officer" as it appears on the mercantile registry of their country or to their legal department or representative and the place of service has to be the registered headquarters otherwise it will be Email Database a substitute service (Individuals or Corporations can be served at their Attorney's office). If Individuals, an agent can served them at their home or place of work., but not in a public place. One Email Database excess of the Hague Convention is the requirement for an exact address for service, meaning that the requester must have the exact information.