Business / Corporate / Government

Designated Recipient(s) πŸ‘₯

Routine Service is also referred to as Substituted Service (a Sub-Serve), meaning that anyone on the premises who is of age or authorized may accept service on behalf of the respondent, be it a person, business, corporation, or government entity.

When the documents are to be delivered to a person at their home yet are still considred "routine," a Process Server may make up to three (3) attempts, on three (3) different days, at three (3) different times of day. In the event that anyone authorized and of age is unavailable, ROC Paper Service will ensure that one (1) of the attempts also includes a weekend day before requesting permission to affix documents to the door in a sealed envelope marked personal & confidential, and mailed (separately via USPS First Class and USPS Certified Mail as required at no additional cost).

Hiding behind an intercom or refusing to open the door won't prohibit Service; Spector v. Berman.

A signed & notarized Affidavit of Service will be provided within one (1) to three (3) business days at no additional cost.