The clerk of each county in California maintains a registry of Registered Process Servers.
Read California Business & Professions Code §22350 - 22360 for exact details/requirements. Also keep in mind that there are other codes that specifically require that a process server be registered as opposed to "exempt from registration".
You're welcome to contact me privately if you have any specific questions that aren't answered after you've reviewed the B&P code.
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Temecula, CA 92590
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In a message dated 04/27/08 23:30:44 Pacific Daylight Time, webmail007 writes:
Can anyone enlighten me re how Los Angeles County Process Servers are
licensed - prints? photo? crim rec check? a test? etc? - and is there a site where I
can verify those licenses?
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