We are authorized to serve documents in Canada under section 10 b and c, of THE HAGUE CONVENTION ON THE SERVICE ABROAD OF JUDICIAL AND EXTRAJUDICIAL DOCUMENTS IN CIVIL OR COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
You do not need to go through the central authority to do this, and there is a lot of case law for you to read on the validation of service done this way.
Canadian Process Serving Inc.:
- North America’s largest process serving company
- A professional association of retired peace officers
- A legitimate and dedicated operation: Not a directory or ‘middleman’
- Celebrating 38 years in business!
Remember the old saying “You get what you pay for?” There is a reason why this statement is used so often. In our industry there is a “HUGE” amount of fly-by-night operations that are here today and gone tomorrow. Ask yourself what your ‘peace of mind’ is worth. Also ask yourself what it means to know that you can trust a company 100% and know that the affidavit you receive is worth the paper it is written on. There is a good reason why CPS have been in business for 38 years: TRUST.
Canadian process servers are retired peace officers recruited from the ranks of City, Provincial, and RCMP forces. Over the years they have acquired a solid reputation among the North American legal community for accomplishing difficult services: they’ve served celebrities, political figures, and individuals who have evaded other companies. We have been in business since 1983 and include the nation’s top law firms in it’s list of regular clients.
After 36 years in business, Canadian Process Serving are at it’s highest number of corporate offices, resulting in the greatest amount of coverage and lowest bill totals ever. CPS’ success rate keeps going up: in 2007 they reached a 25 year high.
All of the process servers who run our corporate offices adhere to any licensing, education, and bonding requirements imposed by the jurisdiction in which they operate.