Process Server Statutory Demand
Our team of process servers serve Statutory Demands across England and Wales on a daily basis and on completion we provide you with a Certificate of Service in the Court compliant format. Service on an individual or Limited Company is covered by our fixed fee of £80.
If you require a Statutory Demand served anywhere in England or Wales we offer a fixed fee service offering you the peace of mind that there will be no hidden extras.
For £80 we will effect service of the Statutory Demand on an individual or Limited Company;
- Fixed Fee with no hidden extras
- Up to three attempts at service by a local process server
- Regular updates
- Certificate of Service
- If instructing by email no charge for printing up to 20 pages
- All completed in 7-10 days with an initial attendance in 2-3 days
- Environmentally aware Business
- Cost of printing per page if in excess of 20 pages – 10p per page (when instructing by email)
- Collection of documents from you – £30
Obviously in respect of Limited Companies our process server will effect service of the Statutory Demand on the initial attendance at the Registered Office but if service is on an individual then we will make up to three attempts at personal service.
To expedite matters we are more than happy to accept instruction by email and you will note that within our £80 fixed fee service there is no charge for printing up to 20 pages which hopefully would be more than sufficient.
Of course some Debtors will go to extreme lengths to avoid personal service so included is our fixed fee is discreet enquiries to establish the on-going occupancy of the debtor and if necessary the issue of an Appointment Letter prior to the third attempt so that in the absence of a response from the debtor substituted service can be effected.
If you are ready to instruct us or have any questions at all about the process of serving a Statutory Demand please do not hesitate to contact us.
We are been serving Statutory Demands for over ten years and are more than happy to accept instruction direct from creditors or from their representatives.