If you have ever been served with legal papers, you may wonder if the process server was allowed to walk around your property. The answer to this question depends on a few factors and varies from state to state. In general, however, a process server is allowed to walk around your property as long as they do not enter any private areas.
Can a Process Server Walk Around Your Property?
In most cases, a process server is allowed to walk around your property to serve you with legal papers. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule. First, the process server may not enter any private areas of your property, such as your home or garage. Second, the process server may not enter any areas that are marked as off-limits, such as a “No Trespassing” sign. Finally, the process server may not use force or threats of force to serve you with papers.
If the process server does any of these things, they may be guilty of trespassing. If you believe that the process server has trespassed on your property, you should contact an attorney right away. An experienced attorney will be able to file a motion to quash the service of process and have the case dismissed.
A process server is generally allowed to walk around your property to serve you with legal papers. However, there are a few exceptions to this rule. If you believe that the process server has trespassed on your property, you should contact an attorney right away.
The foregoing podcast has simply been presented for informational purposes only. He or those at Lafayette Process Servers LLC, are not attorneys.  Process serving laws and rules of civil procedure are different from state to state. If you seek further information about this topic, please make sure to contact an attorney in your local area
 
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