Sub serve Re Australia
- andy stella wrote:
>This is where local knowledge is so important. I always
> Sub service is when another agency contracts out to have someone >else serve papers on someone in another area or state that the first >agency is not located in
understood that a Sub Serve stands for "Substituted Service"
and applies when someone, usually spouse, husband or wife,
knows where the person that you want to serve is, but refuses
to tell or assist. You must prove that you have tried every
avenue open to you, then a Court Order is applied for, for
"Substituted Service." The Order is then served on the person
with the knowledge of the defendants whereabouts and THEY can
give it to them. Whether they do or not doesn't matter. The
document is considered served.
Regards Frank Church
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