what is process serving?
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In New Zealand all parties facing legal action or named as a defendant in any legal proceedings must be notified.
This notification is known as service of process.
Depending on the nature of the case, the court documents may need to be personally delivered by hand (usually by a predetermined date set by the court) allowing a suitable timeframe for the recipient to respond.
In addition to delivering the documents the process server must first get the recipient to acknowledge their identity, and in many cases get a signed proof of service.
In New Zealand there are very specific rules for serving documents and these vary slightly from court to court. Understanding the Ministry of Justice rules is critical to ensure your documents are served correctly and that the service will stand up in court of required.